Both the No. 06 Porsche 911 GT3 RSR and the No. 05 ORECA FLM09 finished second in their classes in the penultimate round of the 2013 season.
A lot of action at the VIRginia International Raceway for both CORE autosport team cars during the GT and the Prototype qualifying sessions.
In post-race technical inspection, an engine component was deemed illegal, resulting in a loss of third-place points for the CORE team and its drivers.
The American Le Mans Series tested today for their first race on the Austin, Texas COTA circuit
After the No. 06 Porsche 911 GT3 RSR fell victim to a multi-car accident at the start, flawless pit stops for the No. 05 ORECA FLM09 helped the car score a runner-up finish.
Driving the No. 05 ORECA FLM09, Colin Braun was hunting for his seventh PC pole with CORE autosport.
CORE’s highly anticipated GT program recorded its first ALMS finish in Monterey.
Last year’s win at Laguna Seca was the first for the Jon Bennett and Colin Braun pairing and the first ALMS race win for each.
After 12 hours of circulating the brutal 3.74-mile circuit, CORE autosport crossed the finish line in fifth.
Last year when GRAND-AM and ALMS developed the initial plan to unite the two top North American sportscar series, they knew that the logo and brand name had to be marketable plus please their fans.
The entire team is eager to hit the race track after a busy off-season.
The Falken Tire and the Paul Miller were the fastest Porsches in the GT class. Alex Job Racing and TRG topped the charts in the GTC class.
Jon Bennett and his CORE autosport team prepares for the IMSA and ALMS challenge at Sebring.
The team is expanding its horizons by entering the ALMS GT class in 2012. Patrick Long and Tom Kimber-Smith have been named as the drivers.