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CORE autosport Signs Loïc Duval, Romain Dumas for Daytona

CORE autosport is moving up to the Prototype class in 2018.  In Daytona, they plan to make a big splash.  On Thursday, the Rock Hill, S.C.-based team announced that former LMP1 racers Loïc Duval and Romain Dumas will join full-time drivers Jon Bennett and Colin Braun in the No. 54 …

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Performance Tech Motorsports Acquires ORECA 07 for 2018 IMSA Season

On Thursday, Performance Tech Motorsports announced that they will move up to the top-flite Prototype class in 2018.  They will replace their Prototype Challenge class ORECA FLM09-Chevrolet with a brand new ORECA 07-Gibson. For team owner Brent O’Neill, working with familiar people is key for this move. “We know everybody …

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JDC/Miller Motorsports Signs Simon Trummer for 2nd Car

On Wednesday, JDC/Miller MotorSports announced that they have signed Simon Trummer to drive the team’s new second full-time ORECA 07-Gibson in 2018.  The new car will use No. 84. Trummer is very excited about his new venture. “I have always wanted to race in the US and IMSA at the …

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Credit One Bank Expands Sponsorship of Kyle Larson in Multi-Year Deal

On Tuesday evening, Chip Ganassi Racing announced that Credit One Bank has signed a multi-year deal to return as a primary sponsor on Kyle Larson‘s No. 42 Chevrolet.  With Target leaving the team, Credit One Bank is substantially increasing their sponsorship of Larson so that they will have the largest …

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Callaway Competition to Run Factory PWC Effort in 2018

On Monday afternoon, Callaway Competition USA announced their intention to run a two-car factory team in Pirelli World Challenge’s GT class in 2018.  The team will use Callaway’s Corvette C7 GT3-R, a GT3-homologated car that will race in North America for the first time. Callaway Competition is very excited about …

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Couch Potato Tuesday: Dale Earnhardt Jr. & NASCAR Championship Overkill On NBC

On Sunday, the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season came to a conclusion at Homestead-Miami Speedway.  It’s pretty obvious what the main topics of discussion were on this day. NBC brought Bob Costas down to Homestead to basically serve as the broadcast’s host.  However, his only real role of note …

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