Team principal Scott Tucker claims his fourth consecutive driver championship in ALMS.
Franchitti sets fast lap in the P2 class for third overall while Porsche teams sweep the GT class in warmup.
Final practice, qualifying for ALMS finale set for Friday
With eight P2 class victories in nine races, it’s been a season to remember for Level 5.
Not all the drivers for the 2013 Petit Le Mans have been named.
Racing their two Honda Performance Development ARX-03b cars, the Level 5 drivers secured the ALMS 2013 Team Championship.
HPD clinches 2013 LMP1 Chassis Manufacturer title and Level 5 Motorsports claims team title in LMP2.
Pickett Racing has also tied a record held by Audi and Penske Racing for the most overall race wins in a single season.
Tucker, Briscoe win P2, and team title for Level 5. Marcelli, Cumming take second straight PC triumph.
American Le Mans Series teams and drivers are prepared for the penultimate of the 2013 season at Virginia International Raceway.
Second consecutive third place finish for No. 02; No. 01 finishes fourth.
Level 5 Motorsports continues winning ways in LMP2.
Tucker, Briscoe win P2; Marcelli, Cumming take first PC triumph and Garcia’s Corvette holds off BMW, Viper challenges in GT victory
Luhr captures 22nd career Pole in first visit to new circuit. Hand finds wet conditions optimal for BMW at Circuit of The Americas
Third-to-first move propels Magnussen, Garcia to GT victory
All five class standards fall on Inner Harbor Street Circuit
History has been made and now, the SRT Viper team seeks embellishment in the form of a second-straight victory in Saturday’s Grand Prix of Baltimore presented by SRT.
Johannes van Overbeek lapped the 2.459-mile circuit in 1:09.740, while Sharp navigated the 10-circuit with a best lap time of 1:10.850
Bomarito, Conway earn first career poles; Guasch inherits top spot in PC on points. GTC pole taken by Bleekemolen
A heavy rain hit the 2.459-mile circuit one hour into the session prompting several teams to call it an early day.
ESM returns to site of first team win in Bowmanville, Ontario, Canada
Dyson Racing looks ahead to 2014, adds Burgess, McMurry
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.