Controlling IMSA race control.
The Racers Group-Aston Martin Racing have commented on the death of Emilio Di Guida.
Corvette Racing is in talks with Larbe Competition about the C7.R
Final component of the ALMS, GRAND-AM Rolex Series merger now in place.
Falken Tire Corporation announces 2014 plans for the Tudor United SportsCar Championship with the new Porsche 911 RSR.
Eduardo Cisneros: "For me I think the highlight is always going back to the track and doing better than I did the previous year."
A blog from ALMS President and CEO Scott Atherton.
Any new series start up is like cutting teeth and the TUDOR United SportsCar Championship is doing just that!
Alex Job sat down with Endurance-Info's Laurent Mercier for an insight into the team's present and future in the newly merged championship for 2014 - the Tudor United SportsCar Championship.
TUDOR United SportsCar Championship Prototype eligibility stable for next three years
The history of IMSA is one to remember, and now it returns with just one sportscar series overseeing the era to come.
TUDOR United SportsCar Championship prepares for 2014 by combining the top venues of the two current American sportscar series
IMSA.com will be online hub for all IMSA-sanctioned series. Leading content marketing agency McMurry/TMG selected to build, maintain website.
This is the second in a series of announcements providing details about the rules and regulations for the inaugural United SportsCar Racing season in 2014.
The Grand Am GX class cars will be folded into the GT-Daytona class, bringing more competition to the four classes that will compete in the new United Sports Car Series.
United SportsCar Racing will make its debut in 2014 as the result of the merger between the American Le Mans Series presented by Tequila Patrón and the GRAND-AM Rolex Sports Car Series.
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.
Group co-chaired by IMSA’s Scot Elkins and GRAND-AM’s Richard Buck.