In this meeting, the committee members from the three nations involved began to work – inter alia – on planning first joint events.
Duo awarded first wins after post-race technical infraction.
15-year-old Kaz Grala, youngest-ever driver in modern IMSA Era as promising young NASCAR pilot joins Rum Bum Racing.
Round one at Daytona International Speedway marks the first time that Rob Ecklin and Charles Espenlaub have driven together.
Doran Racing will field not one but two Nissan 370Z NISMO RCs in the 12-event IMSA Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge
The team has enjoyed remarkable success at Daytona and will open the 2014 IMSA season with three days of testing.
The annual "Roar Before the Rolex 24" test sessions run through Sunday on the 3.56-mile DIS road course.
Al Carter is going to help Jim Jonsin's effort to take Rebel Rock Racing to the next level.
Two-car team to compete in IMSA Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge.
Turner Motorsport will campaign two GS-class BMW M3s for race-winning drivers Paul Dalla Lana, Michael Marsal, Bill Auberlen and Tom Kimber-Smith.
Counting down the top moments of 2013, the loss of Speed Channel was chased at the #2 top moment of the year gone by.
Returning championship line-up in No. 23 entry with Mike LaMarra and Terry Borcheller.
The Florida-based team adds another Aston Martin to its stable.
Following a year in Daytona Prototypes, Team Sahlen returns to its roots.
FIA Confirms new World Land Speed Records for standing start to over 210 mph at Daytona by Michael Shank Racing ready for Rolex 24 at Daytona on January 25/26th.
FIA Land Speed Records Commission homologates the 10-km and 10-mile world records attempted in October in the No. 14 Michael Shank Racing Ford EcoBoost-powered DP.
Long-time C360R drivers to lead team's new Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge WRX STi program.
Adds next-generation BMW F30 platform to compete full-time alongside proven E90s.
Bill France Sr. and John and Peggy Bishop co-founded IMSA and today the new office was unveiled to mark its return home.
Eduardo Cisneros: "For me I think the highlight is always going back to the track and doing better than I did the previous year."
This 22-year-old Cincinnatian John Edwards has been racing for over ten years, and in 2003 became the youngest licensed open-wheel driver in the U.S.
Duo vows to settle "unfinished business" after tight second-place 2013 championship finish.
Snow Racing/Wright Motorsports edges out EFFORT Racing for Porsche IMSA GT3 Cup ChallengeTeam Championship
Masters frontrunners Duerson, Kuhlman tied in points
Goikhberg, Fant notch highest quals positions of season
Snow earned the Platinum Cup Championship at the Circuit of The Americas.