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KV Racing Technology has added a fourth car to their Indianapolis 500 fleet.
The win is the second in a row for Randy Pobst and Andrew Carbonell.
Burton Racing had a strong showing in the CTSCC race at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca.
Tim Bell Racing enjoyed their best performance of 2014 thus far at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca this past weekend.
The TRG-AMR team was hoping for a second visit of the weekend to victory circle after a third-place podium finish in Saturday's Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge race.
Next up is CTSCC Round 4 will be at Lime Rock Park on May 23-24.
The packed 33-car ST field presented a unique traffic challenge for both Burton Racing BMWs.
The two-car Camaro Z/28.R effort will open the race from the second and fourth rows.
The champion team looks to build momentum in their title defense.
John Edwards and Trent Hindman have a commanding lead in the overall driver standings in the GS classification.
Two top-10s a good series start for California native
Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca will be jam-packed with sports car events this weekend.
DP teams have fewer horses, Corvettes have 'extra eyes'
Change Racing hopes to add to Sebring success at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca
IMSA released a statement today, offering their condolences after the passing of Richard Anderson.
IMSA released a statement congratulating Marco Mattiacci on his promotion to team boss of the Ferrari Formula One team.
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Fighting with the leaders in both races and running as high as second, Nielsen drove away with fifth in both races and left Sebring fifth in points.
Mazda One-Two in ST led by Freedom Autosport’s Pobst, Carbonell.
It was another positive outing for the California–based Porsche GT3 Cup team as Blair Chang also brought home a top-five finish in the Gold category.
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Young talent Colin Thompson, who joined Kelly-Moss this season, finished second in both rounds of competition at Sebring International Raceway.
Although it may not be the top step on the podium, the #46 drivers John Edwards and Trent HIndman take the Championship lead with today's finish.
Terry Borcheller and Mike LaMarra scored a seventh place position with Connor Bloum and Greg Strolzoff not far behind in 10th.
IMSA signed new agreements with the U.S. Department of Energy, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) International in January just prior to the Rolex 24 At Daytona.
P2 in Grand Sport and P3 in Street Tuner keeps BMW at the top of the point standings.
The team scored a breakthrough victory with drivers Robin Liddell and Andrew Davis on Friday.
Angel Benitez Jr. led every lap of the 45-minute race for the second straight day in the No. 05 Formula Motorsport/Avid Motorsport 911 GT3 Cup Platinum Cup car.
The second race of the IMSA TUDOR United SportsCar Championship season is a nice set-up for nine IndyCar drivers in terms of acclimation.