The motorsports world suffered many losses this season, and are remembered in this top moment story by Motorsport.com.
A busy evening for BMW in Germany. Under the slogan “Magic Moments" they celebrated the 2012 season while announcing plans for 2013. ALMS will see the new Z4 GT3 on the track for their final season prior to the merger.
Level 5 Motorsports press release
NGT Motorsport's team elected to withdraw the No. 30 Porsche 911 GT3 Cup car out of competition in the American Le Mans Series finale at Road Atlanta.
By: Nancy Knapp Schilke
American Le Mans Series
Counting down the top moments of 2013, the loss of Speed Channel was chased at the #2 top moment of the year gone by.
Dr. Don Panoz makes a switch on the DeltaWing project. He is taking the chassis in-house powered by Mazda. The new generation DeltaWing will be on the grid at Sebring.
Bobby Rahal showcased his new American Le Mans Series BMWs at Daytona with the team drivers and will later head to Sebring, Florida for the preseason open IndyCar test days with his son Graham and James Jake.
Tragic accident as a passenger at a private driving event.
by: Tom Haapanen, Sports Car Correspondent
10 Years After: A Look Back At Corvette Racing's Breakthrough Win In 2001
Patrick Dempsey and Dempsey Racing join forces with international soccer star Alessandro Del Piero to form Dempsey/Del Piero Racing; ALMS effort and a return to Le Mans in 2013 plans.
With alternative fuels and energies quite popular in racing these days (Le Mans has an extra, non-points awarding, entry devoted to exactly this), Motorsport.com thought it would be fun to explore the ultimate alternative energy sourced racer.
Will we ever see the racing version of Porsche's newest supercar on the track? In Detroit this week, the company introduced the 918 RSR. Described as a "high-end synthesis," the new racer is derived from the 918 Spyder unveiled in Geneva last year...
SRT Motorsports release
The history of IMSA is one to remember, and now it returns with just one sportscar series overseeing the era to come.
Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrar