Winning BMW M3 – Sebring In-Car Video

Ride-along with the ALMS at Sebring GT class winning BMW. The action shown is from the start of the race and includes some rubbing with a prototype, the contact caused a flat tire and led to some minor drama in the pits. Despite the setback the Rahal BMW was able to bounce back and easily find its stride once again.

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2011 ALMS 12 Hours of Sebring RECAP

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Physical, exhilarating, and grueling, all words that can aptly describe the prestigious 12 hours of Sebring and the 2011 reincarnation was no different. The fight was on from the drop of the green and never let up. If you missed any of the action be sure to catch the archived replay over at espn3.com.

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Corvette Racing Episode 2 | Engine

As the 12 hours of Sebring inches closer and closer the Corvette team whets our appetite with another excellent video. In episode two they take us in-house to discuss their engine building process and detail the similarities between their race and production based engines.

The Highcroft ARX-01e

Highcroft ARX-01e

Highcroft Racing is set to debut their new Honda Performance Development ARX-01e LMP1 in the first round of the ALMS season, this weekend at Sebring. The defending champions will do battle with their familiar 3.4L V8 powering a highly revised aerodynamic and suspension package built by the engineers at Wirth Research.

Driver Simon Pagenaud had this to say about the Prototypes’ new-found aero efficiency – “The guys at Wirth Research have been doing a great job with the aero on the HPD ARX-01e – we don’t have much drag.”

The Highcroft team has performed well in all of the practice sessions thus far and appear to be ready for what’s sure to be a competitive race weekend. Stay tuned for further coverage.

Corvette ALMS Track to Street Video

The bad boys are back. Their first track to street video of the season gives viewers a brief glimpse of their testing that was conducted at Road Atlanta, in preparation for the first round of the ALMS season which takes place at Sebring this coming weekend.

The main purpose of this test session was to properly dial-in their new paddle-shift technology, which is now allowed under the ALMS rules. So, what do you say Jake fans, how will the Corvette team perform this season?