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Expanding the sports car calendar to encompass more road racing circuits and serve more fans throughout the United States, the International Motor Sports Ass'n (IMSA) today announced a 12-event schedule for its premier development series, the production-based Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge.
International Motor Sports Ass’n officials have announced tentative car capacity guidelines for each class competing in the inaugural TUDOR United SportsCar Championship
As Madison Snow took the checkered flag in Round 14 at Circuit of the Americas (COTA), the 17-year-old clinched the 2013 IMSA GT3 Cup Challenge by Yokohama Platinum Cup Championship, the youngest driver to do so since its inception in 2005.
Following a four-hour steering committee meeting at Circuit of The Americas between officials from the International Motor Sports Ass’n and the Automobile Club l’Ouest, both organizations confirmed a collaborative decision that cars eligible for the Prototype class in the TUDOR United SportsCar Championship and the LM P2 category internationally will remain so through the conclusion of the 2016 season
Second chances do not come often in racing, but race two at Circuit of the Americas presented many second chances for the Cooper Tires Prototype Lites Powered by Mazda participants
Sean Rayhall avoided a race filled with mayhem to win round 11 of the Cooper Tires Prototype Lites Powered by Mazda series Friday at Circuit of The Americas
A 12-race schedule for the inaugural season of the TUDOR United SportsCar Championship sanctioned by IMSA has been released
"Just be the ball." The famous line from Caddyshack sums up Cooper Tires Prototype Lites Powered by Mazda driver Jim Garrett's philosophy on success behind the wheel. Garrett jokes about the quote from the comedic film, but in all reality the phrase does pop into his mind come race time.
NASCAR announced Wednesday the hiring of David Hart as its Director, International Motor Sports Ass'n (IMSA) Communications and the promotion of Nate Siebens to Senior Manager, IMSA Communications.
Peggy Bishop, who along with her husband John, founded the International Motor Sports Ass’n, died Tuesday night following a recent illness

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