IMSA: 62ND ANNUAL MOBIL 1 TWELVE HOURS OF SEBRING TWITTER GUIDE

62ND ANNUAL MOBIL 1 TWELVE HOURS OF SEBRING TWITTER GUIDE Presented By:@IMSAChicks Table of Contents Race Information–Broadcast Schedule–The Classes–Leader Light System PROTOTYPE Prototype Class Info–P Entry List & Twitter Links PROTOTYPE CHALLENGE Prototype Challenge Info–PC Entry List & Twitter Links GT LE MANS GT Le Mans Class Info–GTLM Entry List & Twitter Links GT DAYTONA GT Daytona Class Info–GTD Entry List & Twitter Links RACE INFORMATION Race Start: Saturday, March 15, 2014 10:15 AM ET Race Duration: 12 hours Track Length: 3.74 miles Hashtags: #Sebring12, #IMSA Official Accounts: @UnitedSportsCar, @IMSA,…

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USCC – Thoughts on the Roar

Well it is finally here! The 2014 Tudor United Sports Car Championship has completed the merger process and also completed their first major test in preparation for the Rolex 24 Hour race. I have said since last season that I was excited at the prospect of having both championships merged together and the exciting racing we could expect! Like a lot of folks who tuned into the great coverage of various media outlets worldwide of the Roar Before the 24 test session, I was interested in speeds and lap times…

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Indycar-Top Stories of 2012 Part 2

In the first installment in this series, I broke down what I considered storied 6-10 of the 2012 IZOD Indycar Series. We talked about Rubinho, Mike Conway, the Detroit Pothole, Hinch’s fast start and Ed Carpenter winning the final race yet again. Now it’s time to wrap up the top 5 stories of the 2012 season. Story #5-The finish of the Indy 500 As the laps counted down during the 2012 Indianapolis 500, Tony Kanaan found himself in the lead late in the race. Unable to hold off Franchitti, Dixon…

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Indycar-Simona in at KV Racing

Simona de Silvestro looks to finally get the ride she deserves. Various sources confirm the 24 year old Swiss driver is leaving HVM Racing after three seasons to join Tony Kanaan at KV Racing Technology. Simona brings her NuClear Clean Energy sponsorship with her to Kevin kalkhoven and Jimmy Vasser’s squad. It had previously been reported that HVM and KV planned to join forces, but it looks as if that plan has fallen through. Simona has done wonders in the HVM car, which is generally considered a third or fourth…

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Indycar-Grading the 2012 Season: Teams Edition

With the 2012 season on the books, it’s about time to start breaking down the good and the bad. In this multi-part series, I’ll cover everything from races to drivers, taking an in-depth examination of exactly what went down. Today, let’s kick things off with a look at the teams of the 2012 IZOD Indycar Series. 1. Team Penske Will Power had a typical Will Power season, aside from the fact that he didn’t win another race after Sao Paulo. Once again, Will couldn’t quite find the handle on the…

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IndyCar – Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach Recap

By: Kevin Neeley Will Freakin Power. What does it take to keep him in the back of the grid? Not even a ten grid spot penalty for the mass unauthorized engine change for all Chevrolet teams could keep the Terror from Toowoomba down. For the second race in a row, Power overcomes qualifying woes to take the win. This time, it just happened to be on the Streets of Long Beach. The Top Ten was an interesting mishmash of names, but the real thrill was right at the front for…

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IndyCar – Stunning in St. Pete

This weekend’s opening round of the IZOD IndyCar Series had a lot of questions around it. Had Randy Bernard fixed some of the credibility issues, would the new cars and engines be competitive, would the field of talent be as good as what they were predicting? The answer to all of these questions (at least after the first round) was a resounding yes. St. Petersburg lived up to everything we had hoped for and then some. Great story lines, great drivers through the field, and the cars looked very¬†competitive in…

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