American Le Mans Series teams and drivers are prepared for the penultimate of the 2013 season at Virginia International Raceway.
In the team championship, Flying Lizard currently holds a ten point lead, but with a win at VIR worth 20 points and a win at Petit Le Mans worth 26 points both championships are very much up in the air.
Drivers Katherine Legge and Andy Meyrick look forward to continuing the coupe’s development this weekend, while adding another storied American racetrack to their driving files.
Level 5 Motorsports will be looking to take momentum to Virginia International Raceway, in what could be a historic weekend for the Scott Tucker-owned organization.
Baltimore winners keen for more silverware.
DeltaWing Racing Cars achieved two historic firsts at last month's Road America event: the first race laps at the front of the field for the radically innovative prototype and the first ALMS race lead for a female driver.
This will be the third of four races this year for Tony Burgess and Chris McMurry in the #16 Dyson Racing entry.
Cooper MacNeil: "My favorite part of the circuit would be the high speed esses, because of how fun they are to drive through fast."
The Ferrari 458 GT was developed for the billiard smooth race tracks of Europe and should feel right at home at COTA.
Chevrolet, Corvette bring driver, team and manufacturer championship lead to COTA debut.
Most recently, BMW Team RLL finished third and fourth at the Grand Prix of Baltimore to keep BMW Motorsport driver Dirk Müller in the GT class title hunt.
The International Sports Car Weekend at Circuit Of The Americas gets the green flag at 3:45pm CT on Saturday, September 21st.