The ALMS Series is gearing up for its kickoff at Sebring and Peugeot have claimed quickest during practice. The Audis followed closely behind while Acura struggled from lack of straight away speed. IndyCar champion Scott Dixon who will be piloting one of the Acuras stated the car was slow in a straight line but flew through the corners. In GT2 class, Rahal Letterman BMW put together a solid morning session finishing 3rd and 4th respectively. Qualifications will be live on SPEED here in the states Thursday afternoon.
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