Wayne Taylor took his sons to the endurance classic for the first time in 2001, when Ricky was 11 and Jordan 10.
Back in 2000, the Viper GTS-R was the best sports car in the world. Last year in August, the Viper made its in return to the sportscar stage at the ALMS race in Mid-Ohio and now they are making their return to the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
Teams and drivers who have never raced in the 24 Hours of Le Mans must participate and complete a minimum of 10 laps at the test.
American Le Mans Series and GRAND-AM Road Racing involvement in this year’s 24 Hours of Le Mans showcases the two North American series that next year will be unite as one series.
Scottish driver Ryan Dalziel is taking to the track for the 24 Hours of Le Mans in an SRT Viper GTS-R, hoping for another class win at the premier event.
Jim France will wave flag to start race featuring 31 drivers from two organizations.
Jim France will give the green flag to the field for the 90th anniversary 24 Hours of Le Mans, following in his father's footsteps, Bill France Jr. who gave the green flag to the field in the 1976 edition of the race.
Two days of testing at NOLA and then full forward to race at Barber Motorsports Park
United SportsCar Racing series will include DeltaWing alongside DP, P2.
This Strategic Alliance will lead to a close collaboration between the ACO and United SportsCar Racing to promote, develop and reinforce endurance racing in North America.
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.
Grand-Am and ALMS will be one series in 2014 under their newly announce series name.
The Fittipaldi family mourns the loss of their loved one who opened the doors to their motorsports activities.
Paul Tracy and Adrian Fernandez to be honored for their motor sports accomplishments in Long Beach.
Rolex was named official timepiece Of Sebring International Raceway today.
Group co-chaired by IMSA’s Scot Elkins and GRAND-AM’s Richard Buck.
American Le Mans Series’ executives Scott Atherton and Scot Elkins addressed the media during the Winter Test at Sebring International Raceway.
Dr. Don Panoz makes a switch on the DeltaWing project. He is taking the chassis in-house powered by Mazda. The new generation DeltaWing will be on the grid at Sebring.
The duo teamed up for one race in 2012, at Road America, where they took both the pole and the win. Now they are teaming up in the Alex Job Porsche in a run for the GTC championship.
Baron's Starworks Motorsport won major races and championships on two continents in 2012.