Team principal Scott Tucker claims his fourth consecutive driver championship in ALMS.
Tucker rewrote the record books yet again with his 99th career victory and 10th national driving championship
Briscoe, Tucker and Franchitti will start from second on the grid in the No. 551 car, ahead of Level 5’ No. 552 HPD of Kane, Dumbreck and Cosmo, who set a 1:13.637 lap time in qualifying.
Briscoe (P2), Muller (GT), Rayhall (PC), Bleekemolen (GTC) lead classes at Road Atlanta.
With eight P2 class victories in nine races, it’s been a season to remember for Level 5.
Racing their two Honda Performance Development ARX-03b cars, the Level 5 drivers secured the ALMS 2013 Team Championship.
Tucker, Briscoe win P2, and team title for Level 5. Marcelli, Cumming take second straight PC triumph.
Briscoe (P2), Cameron (PC) lead class qualifying for Oak Tree Grand Prix
Level 5 Motorsports continues winning ways in LMP2.
Team principal Scott Tucker and co-driver Ryan Briscoe celebrated on the top step of the podium.
Tucker, Briscoe win P2; Marcelli, Cumming take first PC triumph and Garcia’s Corvette holds off BMW, Viper challenges in GT victory
The American Le Mans Series tested today for their first race on the Austin, Texas COTA circuit
Ryan Briscoe will join team principal Scott Tucker in one of two Level 5 HPD ARX-03b prototypes for the 2-hour street race around Baltimore’s Inner Harbor.
All five class standards fall on Inner Harbor Street Circuit
Sunday’s flawless performance for the No. 551 car puts Scott Tucker into the lead of the P2 championship, 4 points ahead of teammate Marino Franchitti. Watch video below.
Conway, who is replacing the injured Ryan Briscoe, was not going to make lack of track time and experience slow him down.
Level 5 Motorsports race cars sweeping the P2 front row for tomorrow’s challenge
A heavy rain hit the 2.459-mile circuit one hour into the session prompting several teams to call it an early day.
Briscoe sustained his injury while driving for Panther Racing in last Saturday’s IndyCar race in Toronto.
Ryan Briscoe was injured during the IndyCar Series race on Saturday on the street circuit in Toronto.
Ryan Briscoe was caught up in a crash when two of his competitors had contact. The Australian will now miss the second race of the IndyCar Series doubleheader event in Toronto.
Edwards, Mueller take close GT victory in Team RLL BMW Z4 GTE
Braun, Pumpelly join trio as class pole winners for Northeast Grand Prix
Briscoe to balance IndyCar at Pocono, ALMS at Lime Rock, on holiday weekend. National Guard Panther driver will test Pocono Thursday and return Sunday for IndyCar race
David Stone: “We'll now go to Le Mans and hope for a good result,”
Built on a former U.S. Army base, the Laguna Seca circuit is a challenge for drivers and engineers alike, with a mix of slow and fast corners as well as notable elevation changes.