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The TUDOR Championship could use the return of a top Prototype team like his.
The Tudor United SportsCar Championship is losing team after team.
Muscle Milk Pickett Racing lead US endurance classic and Oak Racing qualify on front row and finish fourth.
Action Express Racing Looks To Repeat Rolex 24 At Daytona Victory.
Action Express Racing looks to repeat Rolex 24 at Daytona victory
Graf picked up ninth tenths on his previous best lap to register a time of one minute 52.667 seconds, which was good enough to place him fifth.
IndyCar champion tops in the Daytona Prototype
Nissan aiming to return to Sebring victory lane for the first time in 20 years
Together After 17 Years Daytona, Sebring On Same Schedule.
After its 5th place at the 24 Hours of Daytona last January, Muscle Milk Pickett Racing will be competing again in the second round of the TUDOR United SportsCar Championship.
Mardenborough – not finished with sportscars yet - adds US debut ti his incredible racing year
Pickett Racing showed their strength by being the top placed 'P2' car in the Prototype class.
The #6 Muscle Milk ORECA/Nissan was the quickest of the P2 cars in class with 10 Daytona Prototypes ahead of them.
Pierre Fillon, the eighth president of the Automobile Club de l’Ouest, will lower the flag on Saturday to unleash the 67 cars in the 52nd event.
The team is ready to face their first, and most likely biggest challenge of the season, the Rolex 24 at Daytona.
Through its activities as constructor, motorist and R&D, ORECA Technology will be involved in all forms of auto racing this season.
New car, new engine, new tires, new series, new track, new challenges, a couple of new drivers - to accompany the familiar faces of back to back American Le Mans Series Champions Klaus Graf and Lucas Luhr - and, most importantly, new competition.
The partnership will see the two-time Championship winning team taking part in the Japanese manufacturer's Nismo Global Driver Exchange.
German duo of Klaus Graf and Lucas Luhr return.
A total of 2,819 laps (10,543.06 miles) were run over two days at Sebring.
The team was forced to retire from a one-lap lead due to an overheating problem
A single point decided the PC class in the final ALMS race ever.
Tucker takes fourth straight class title, Cumming PC Champ by one point
Franchitti sets fast lap in the P2 class for third overall while Porsche teams sweep the GT class in warmup.
Lucas Luhr initially took over the provisional pole, but was relegated to second when Rebellion driver Neel Jani took over the top spot on the time sheets.
"It's my last race with REBELLION Racing and it would be nice to end our relationship with a win."
The Swiss driver takes the last ALMS sanctioned Petit Le Mans pole position
Final practice, qualifying for ALMS finale set for Friday
10 cars turn laps on Sunday at Road Atlanta
The #3 Corvette of Jan Magnussen and Antonio Garcia leads both championships.
The team will be saying goodbye to both the series in which it has had a tremendous amount of success as well as its Honda Performance Development P1 car.
HPD clinches 2013 LMP1 Chassis Manufacturer title and Level 5 Motorsports claims team title in LMP2.
Lucas Luhr: "It's nice to have 49 wins."
Pickett Racing has also tied a record held by Audi and Penske Racing for the most overall race wins in a single season.
Tucker, Briscoe win P2, and team title for Level 5. Marcelli, Cumming take second straight PC triumph.
Briscoe (P2), Cameron (PC) lead class qualifying for Oak Tree Grand Prix
American Le Mans Series teams and drivers are prepared for the penultimate of the 2013 season at Virginia International Raceway.
Level 5 Motorsports continues winning ways in LMP2.
Tucker, Briscoe win P2; Marcelli, Cumming take first PC triumph and Garcia’s Corvette holds off BMW, Viper challenges in GT victory