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Beyond the Cockpit: Austin Cindric, a Young Jack of Trades

When you were 17 years old, what were you doing? For most people, they would have been going to school, trying to get good grades. Maybe thinking about college in the near future. Oh yes, and getting a driver’s license so that you can drive yourself around town. They might …

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IMSA Announces New Partnership, 2016 Schedule

With a new partner and strong schedule, IMSA is ready for another strong year in 2016. The organization used part of its “State of the Series” presentation to announce a new entitlement partnership with WeatherTech, along with 10-year extensions with current partners TUDOR and ROLEX. The schedule will include 12 …

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Multimatic Claims 1-2 in GS, CJ Wilson Racing Wins ST at Lime Rock

Once the fog burned off at Lime Rock Park in Connecticut, the IMSA Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge rolled off for their two-hour combined race.  Multimatic Motorsports may have won the last time out at Canadian Tire Motorsports Park with Austin Cindric and Jade Buford, but their second car, the No. …

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Matt Bell, Chad McCumbee Claim CTSC Poles at Lime Rock

Saturday’s two-hour combined race for the IMSA Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge is looking like it could be quite the dogfight.  41 cars are scheduled to start the race and close quarters will be the name of the game.  Qualifying is very important since passing can be quite difficult. In GS, …

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Plumbs Assert Themselves in GS at Lime Rock; Caymans Pace ST

During the Northeast Grand Prix weekend at Lime Rock Park the IMSA Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge is the primary support series.  The series was originally scheduled to race in separate two-hour events but IMSA announced last week that the field would be combined for one two-hour block, scheduled for Saturday …

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Ford’s New Shelby GT350R-C to Debut at Watkins Glen

On Wednesday, Ford Performance announced that the new Shelby GT350R-C, a racing version of the high performance Ford Shelby GT350, will make its on-track debut this weekend at Watkins Glen International in the IMSA Continential Tire SportsCar Challenge’s Continental Tire 150 on Saturday.  In the CTSC, the Shelby GT350R-C will …

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MINI Returns to CTSC with Ruscitti, Clarke and More in 2015

Back in January, MINI USA announced at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit that they planned to return to the IMSA Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge (CTSC) in 2015.  Unlike the last time that MINI’s were run in the series, MINI itself is stepping up as a sponsor and …

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Wayne Taylor Racing Penalized for Drive Time Violation, Sent to Rear of Prototype Class

On Friday, IMSA announced that Wayne Taylor Racing has been dropped from third-place in the Prototype class and overall all the way back to 16th in class as a result of a drive time violation committed by the team in the closing moments of last weekend’s Rolex 24 at Daytona.  …

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Pace Laps: Congenial Richmond, KyBu Nationwide, other stuff

Cup:  The Race That Wasn’t – No one did anything surprising in the race at Richmond.  Well, that’s not correct.  The idiot who climbed the catchfence in turn 4 surely did something surprising.  While many people have done idiotic things at a race track, it’s doubtful that anyone anticipated a …

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Beyond the Cockpit: Trent Hindman on Fall-Line Motorsports, Testing the Audi R8

In the IMSA Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge in 2014, few drivers have had a better time of it so far as Trent Hindman, an 18-year old prodigy who shares the No. 46 BMW M3 for Fall-Line Motorsports with TUSC regular John Edwards. In the first three races of 2014, the …

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