Sep 16

Anthony Lazzaro To Complete ALMS Season With Extreme Speed

Lazzaro To Complete ALMS Season With Extreme Speed

prepares for practice. (Photo: John Thawley/ESM)

Anthony Lazzaro will complete the American Le Mans Series season with Extreme Speed Motorsports, it was announced Monday.

The 50-year-old sports car racing veteran, who received a late call-up to replace Guy Cosmo at the wheel of the No. 01 HPD ARX-03b for Baltimore, will partner team owner Scott Sharp for the final three races of the year, beginning this weekend at .

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Sep 12

Details Emerge On Tudor United SportsCar Title Sponsorship

Details Emerge on Tudor United SportsCar Title Sponsorship

Details have emerged on the Tudor United SportsCar title sponsorship. (Photo: Getty Images)

The future became a bit clearer Thursday, as executives from inked a five-year deal with Tudor Watches to become the title sponsor of the newly renamed United SportsCar Championship.

Announced at Chicago’s Navy Pier, to kick off NASCAR Chase Media Day activities, IMSA president joined Rolex Vice president Peter Nicholson and series chairman Jim France for the occasion, which coincided with the brand’s North American relaunch this evening in New York.

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Sep 8

Taylor, Angelelli Win At Mazda Raceway

Photo Credit: Getty Images

Photo Credit: Getty Images

and inched closer to the Daytona Prototype championship Sunday at , as the duo scored a dominant win in the Continental Tire Sports Car Festival.

The penultimate round of the Rolex Sports Car Series offered up plenty of on-track action, but it was a battle in the pit lane that got the No. 10 Velocity Worldwide-sponsored Corvette DP out front early.

Quick pit work put the second-generation racer out front ahead of the pole-sitting No. 90 Spirit of Daytona Corvette DP of brother Ricky on lap 22. However, as the Coyote-chassied machine faded with grip issues, Jordan Taylor came to life, leading a race-high 72 laps and en route to a 2.692-second victory.

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