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Sportscar fans have been dreaming of the same cars being able to fight for victory at Le Mans and Daytona for a long time. Such a scenario got a step closer to reality last week, but unfortunately it may be a vision - and nothing more - for some years yet
I've been dreaming about this for years: the same cars competing for overall victory at the Le Mans and Daytona 24-hour races.
It's never really happened during my time on the sportscar beat over the past quarter of a century or so, but that was the vision outlined last Friday at a joint press conference hosted by the Automobile Club de l'Ouest and IMSA.
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