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April 21st, 2013
Pickett Racing played the perfect strategy to claim a comfortable American Le Mans Series victory on the streets of Long Beach.
March 15th, 2013
Marcel Fassler claimed pole position for the Sebring 12 Hours by just nine one thousandths of a second ahead of Audi team-mate Allan McNish. The Swiss took pole for the American Le Mans Series opener with a lap timed at 1m43.886s aboard the 2012-spec Audi R18 e-tron quattro, a mark that McNish came close to equalling on his final lap in the 2013 car. Fassler, who is driving with Benoit Treluyer and Oliver Jarvis, said: “It was a really tight battle for the pole
October 27th, 2012
Porsche is bringing to an end a factory involvement in the American Le Mans Series that stretches back to the start of the championship in 1999. The German manufacturer has announced that it is ending its works backing of the Flying Lizard Motorsports squad as it begins development of the next-generation, or 991-shape, 911 next year. This means that there will be no further development of the existing 997-style 911 GT3-RSR, which has been led by the Lizard team in the US
September 15th, 2012
Pickett HPD pairing Lucas Luhr and Klaus Graf resumed their domination of the American Le Mans Series with a straightforward win on the championship’s debut at Virginia International Raceway. The rival Dyson Lola-Mazda only got close at the start, when Chris Dyson tried to go around the outside of Graf for the lead
September 14th, 2012
Klaus Graf claimed pole in the Pickett HPD as the American Le Mans Series made its debut at Virginia International Raceway.
September 1st, 2012
Level 5 took an outright one-two with its LMP2 class HPDs in a dramatic American Le Mans Series street race in Baltimore. With LMP1 combatants Pickett and Dyson both hitting trouble, Christophe Bouchut and Scott Tucker were able to lead Level 5 team-mates Luis Diaz and Ricardo Gonzalez home for an overall win. Bouchut’s class-title-chasing #055 car was allowed an easy passage into first by Diaz in the closing stages, as Bouchut charged back into contention following a lower-key first stint from Tucker.
July 22nd, 2012
Pickett Racing claimed a fourth straight victory in the American Le Mans Series as Klaus Graf and Lucas Luhr commanded the Mosport Park round in their HPD. Bar a penalty for having too many personnel over the wall at a pitstop, it was plain sailing for the Pickett team, with Luhr and Graf winning by 10 seconds over Chris Dyson and Guy Smith’s Dyson Lola-Mazda
July 21st, 2012
Pickett Racing’s domination of the American Le Mans Series continued in Mosport Park qualifying as Klauf Graf blasted to a commanding pole in the HPD he shares with Lucas Luhr. After escaping a big moment on his second flying lap, Graf set a 1m06.486s to put himself on pole by two seconds over Pickett’s arch-rival Dyson.
July 7th, 2012
Pickett Racing’s Lucas Luhr and Klaus Graf came back from five laps down to take a remarkable American Le Mans Series victory at Lime Rock.
July 6th, 2012
Dyson’s Guy Smith fended off Pickett Racing rival Lucas Luhr in a tight pole battle as the American Le Mans Series resumed at Lime Rock following its Le Mans 24 Hours break. Smith grabbed provisional pole early with a 44.113-second lap in the #16 Lola-Mazda he shares with Chris Dyson.
June 16th, 2012
Benoit Treluyer remains the overall leader of the 2012 Le Mans 24 Hours, but his advantage was slashed throughout the fourth hour as Toyota began to charge. The Japanese marque’s attack was led by Sebastien Buemi in the #8 TS030, who produced a fantastic stint – regularly lapping below the 3m30s mark – to cut the deficit from around two minutes to just 10 seconds, even if Audi was forced to react to the charge and up its own pace towards the end of the fourth hour
June 16th, 2012
The #1 Audi e-tron quattro of Andre Lotterer, Marcel Fassler and Benoit Treluyer stretched its advantage over the sister #2 e-tron quattro over the second hour of the 2012 Le Mans 24 Hours. Only Allan McNish was able to stay within one minute of Lotterer, as Toyota’s Alex Wurz gradually slipped back a little during the hour before once again having to pit earlier than the Audis, dropping him back from the lead fight.
May 12th, 2012
Pickett Racing’s HPD dominated LMP1 qualifying for the American Le Mans Series’ Laguna Seca round on Friday.
August 21st, 2011
Muscle Milk Lola-Aston Martin duo Klaus Graf and Lucas Luhr inched closer to Dyson’s Guy Smith and Chris Dyson in the American Le Mans Series title race by taking their fourth win of the year in the Road America round. Though the Lola-Aston had looked comfortable in the lead in the middle section of the four-hour event, the Dyson Lola-Mazda had a second wind in Smith’s hands in the last half hour and put Graf under huge pressure through the final laps.
August 19th, 2011
Klaus Graf put the Muscle Milk Lola-Aston Martin on pole for the second time this year in American Le Mans Series qualifying at Road America.
June 11th, 2011
The #2 Audi of Marcel Fassler continued to lead Le Mans after the fourth hour having taken over driving duties from Benoit Treluyer. Treluyer handed over the car to Fassler after 30 minutes of the hour, having set a fierce pace, pitting with a 50s advantage. That advantage reduced during the pitstops as Anthony Davidson closed to within 23s of the leader in the first of the Peugeots
June 8th, 2011
Peugeot sprang a surprise in tonight’s two-hour qualifying practice session as Stephane Sarrazin set provisional pole long after it had seemed the order was settled in favour of Audi. The German carmaker was provisionally 1-2-3 after pushing hardest when track conditions were optimal during the first 30 minutes of the session, but Sarrazin undercut all three R18s by nine tenths of a second with a sensational lap half an hour from the chequered flag
April 17th, 2011
The Muscle Milk Lola-Aston Martin was a dominant overall winner of the American Le Mans Series’ two-hour Long Beach race, while Joey Hand and Dirk Muller came out on top for the Rahal Letterman Lanigan-run BMW squad in the ultra-competitive GT field. Lucas Luhr attacked and passed the polesitting Dyson Lola-Mazda during the opening lap, and although Chris Dyson stayed on the Aston-powered car’s tail at first, Muscle Milk was soon striding away, with Luhr able to hand over to team-mate Klaus Graf with a comfortable lead, which Graf extended to a minute before the race ended under yellow following a GTC crash. In GT, Hand made an early break by passing a couple of LMPC tailenders to give himself a buffer over the chasing pack.
March 19th, 2011
Peugeot is running one-two in the Sebring 12 Hours at one quarter distance, although the lead keeps changing hands with all the frontrunners on slightly different pit strategies. The #7 Peugeot had the advantage after three hours, with Anthony Davidson holding a 23-second cushion over Stephane Sarrazin after the latter’s recent pitstop. Davidson’s next stop is due soon
March 17th, 2011
Audi was fastest in both of the daytime Sebring 12 Hours practice sessions on Thursday, though times remained slower than the best testing pace from earlier in the week.