A night of celebration for the teams, manufacturers and the drivers who leave Petit Le Mans with the final championships in the American Le Mans Series.
Victory takes Flying Lizard Motorsports to GTC team title in final ALMS race
Alex Job sat down with Endurance-Info's Laurent Mercier for an insight into the team's present and future in the newly merged championship for 2014 - the Tudor United SportsCar Championship.
Flying Lizard Motorsports Porsche 911 GT3 Cup takes points lead in GTC; Paul Miller Racing, CORE autosport and Team Falken Tire all finish on lead lap.
The Sebring winner joins regulars MacNeil and Bleekemolen in the GTC Porsche.
This seventh round of the 2013 American Le Mans Series season will be run on a 2.02 mile, twelve turn temporary circuit through the Inner Harbor neighborhood.
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.
The ALMS GTC category is specific to one of the most popular factory produced racing cars in the world, the Porsche 911 GT3 Cup.
The team was able to get a 911 body from Porsche to rebuild the black and white racer.
The power unit featured in the new Porsche 911 GT3 Cup is largely identical to the production engine of the 911 GT3 RS with the same output of 450 bhp and the same maximum engine speed of 8,500 rpm.
Sebastian Bleekemolen joins team.
Nelson Canache Jr. and Spencer Pumpelly share the driver championship points lead.
Fourth place Petit finish secures championship
Following their win two weeks ago in Canada, Jeroen Bleekemolen (Monte Carlo) and Cooper MacNeil (Hinsdale, Ill) are tied for first place in GTC driver points with 77.