GrandAM » GRAND-AM, American Le Mans Series merge


GRAND-AM and the American Le Mans Series are to merge, in what the two series are calling "the most significant development in the history of sports car racing in North America."


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AAbruzzi - Unregistered

September 07, 2012 5:49 PM

Well, looks like the 2013 event will be my last trip to Sebring. I would not walk across the street to watch a GA race. I want to see real prototypes, not kit cars. GA technology is second rate and cars are junk. Guess I will spend the money I usually spend on going to ALMS races each year on a yearly trip to Le Mans now.

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