Final ever American Le Mans Series race this weekend
No. 27 Dempsey Racing Porsche 911 GT3 Cup Drivers Patrick Dempsey, Andy Lally and Joe Foster joined by Charlie Putman, Charles Espenlaub and Darren Law in the No. 10 PRS Guitars Porsche 911 GT3 Cup
Leh Keen and Johnny Mowlem will race with Bill Sweedler in the final edition of the ALMS Petit Le Mans
To close out ALMS, Ende is searching for the second Petit Le Mans victory of his career
With eight P2 class victories in nine races, it’s been a season to remember for Level 5.
Championships on the line.
Sebastian Bleekemolen joins team.
The Florida-based organization gears up for the sixth round of the WEC in Japan, while also competing in the ALMS season finale at Road Atlanta.
Performance Tech would like to step into the future with one last ALMS win.
Garcia, Magnussen look for ALMS GT drivers’ title at end of 1,000-mile enduro.
The debut season for the BMW Z4 GTE has been very successful.
Katherine Legge and Andy Meyrick will share driving duties in the DeltaWing coupe for the 1,000-mile/10 hour event.
Petit Le Mans Powered by Mazda gets the green flag at 11:30am ET on Saturday, October 19th.
Road Atlanta is a favorite for Risi Competizione and for most of its drivers.
The #3 Corvette of Jan Magnussen and Antonio Garcia leads both championships.
Darren Law will team with Charles Esplenaub (Lutz, Fla.) and Charles Putman (Mills, Wyo.). driving the No. 10 Porsche 911 GT3 Cup car in the GTC class.
The team will be saying goodbye to both the series in which it has had a tremendous amount of success as well as its Honda Performance Development P1 car.
The two-hour and forty-five minute race on the Virginia International Circuit, one of the country’s first permanent road racing circuits, will be the NGT team’s second appearance, as well as that of driver Henrique Cisneros.
Paul Miller Racing Team determined to make good on top pace from Texas saturday at the Oak Tree Grand Prix