Henrique Cisneros third in GTC Class Driver’s Championship
Early contact with one of the Corvettes forced a pit stop to remove damaged right rear bodywork
Fourth place Petit finish secures championship
"It’s only fitting that one of Dr. P’s cars finishes on the podium.”
The team was forced to retire from a one-lap lead due to an overheating problem
Alex Job Racing’s Jeroen Bleekemolen and Cooper MacNeil started off the season with a win at Sebring and ended with the driver championship.
After a rough start to the season, Corvette Racing’s Antonio Garcia and Jan Magnussen earn the GT class title.
A single point decided the PC class in the final ALMS race ever.
Tucker takes fourth straight class title, Cumming PC Champ by one point
Victory takes Flying Lizard Motorsports to GTC team title in final ALMS race
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.
American Le Mans final race was filled with close racing in all five classes at the Petit Le Mans.
Franchitti sets fast lap in the P2 class for third overall while Porsche teams sweep the GT class in warmup.
Italian Matteo Malucelli handily put the Ferrari 458 Italia on the GT class pole at the 2.54-mile Road Atlanta circuit with a time of 1.18.86.
GT championship co-leader Garcia qualifies No. 3 Corvette fourth in GT; Gavin seventh in No. 4
Briscoe, Tucker and Franchitti will start from second on the grid in the No. 551 car, ahead of Level 5’ No. 552 HPD of Kane, Dumbreck and Cosmo, who set a 1:13.637 lap time in qualifying.
Kimber-Smith put the No. 05 third with a top time of 1:15.215, while s lap of 1:19.947 put Long eighth in the GT order.
Lally, Patrick Dempsey and Joe Foster Team in the No. 27 Dempsey Racing Porsche 911 GT3 Cup; Espenlaub Co-Drives with Charlie Putman and Darren Law in the No. 10 PRS Guitars Porsche 911 GT3 Cup