The Alley

Porsche Lizards Continue to Fly

This is the fourth in a five-part GT2 class preview series. The two-time defending ALMS GT2 class champions rode a five-race mid-season win streak last season and ended with their sixth win of the year in the season ender at Laguna Seca. But with their rivals as fierce as ever, Joerg Bergmeister and Patrick Long have to continue to fight to keep the Flying Lizard Porsche atop the leaderboard. These two are joined by Marc Lieb for the...

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Risi Ferrari’s Red Storm

This is the third in a five-part GT2 class preview series. To win a major endurance race in sports car racing, the path to victory in the GT2 category goes through Risi Competizione. The sports car stalwarts, based out of Houston and run by Giuseppe Risi, are riding on the waves of five consecutive major endurance race victories – the 2008 24 Hours of Le Mans and Petit Le Mans, and a sweep of the 12 Hours of Sebring, Le Mans, and...

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Extreme Speed has Sharp’s Edge

This is the second in a five-part GT2 class preview series. Scott Sharp’s new Extreme Speed Motorsports Ferrari F430 GT team is threatening to upset the balance of power in the rugged GT2 class right from their first race. The team has had the entire off-season to gel and get prepared for Sebring, so the new program is full speed ahead this weekend. The distinctive green and black colors of sponsor Patron make the cars easy to...

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BMW M3s Hoping to Beam

This is the first of a five-part GT2 class preview series. Compared to a year ago when the Rahal Letterman Racing’s BMW E92 M3 program was just launching, a full year of track time and development sees them as a serious challenger to the proverbial establishment at the top of the GT2 field. BMW torque carried them to success and their first win at Road America last season. For 2010, the focus is on fine tuning rather...

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