'Vette finally beat Viper.........in GTS
Brabham leads Pirro in the early stages of the race, shortly before EP pased the #1 Panoz
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3/23/2017, 2:53:23 PM cet
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Fosti con me nel pericolo e nella vittoria
Barbour Porsche leads BMW
#78 Audi driven by Emanuele Pirro who lead until lap 48, after the 1st pitstop David Brabham past him in the chicane and just this second the race had it's second full course yellow, sending the #78 team a full lap down after a 45 second lead
Angelelli/Taylor finished in 5th with the #19 Cadillac Northstar
#36 JMR Reynard with Johansson and Smith sharing the car finished in 5th position, the BMW M3 finished 10th OA and 4th in GT
Beretta/Wendlinger won their class, Archer/Donohue finished 2nd in the #92 Dodge Viper
In the opening laps the #2 Panoz with O'Connell was in front of the #2 Panoz


Date

Location Duration

March 4

Texas Motor Speedway (Ft. Worth, Texas) 2 hours, 45 min.

March 17

Sebring International Raceway (Sebring, FL) 12 hours

April 14

Donington Park (Donington, England) (ELMS) 2 hours, 45 min.

May 4-6

Le Mans Preliminaries (Le Mans, France)

May 20

Circuito de Jarama (Jarama, Spain) (ELMS) 2 hours, 45 min.


June 16-17

24h Le Mans (Le Mans, France)   24 hours


July 22

Sears Point Raceway (Sonoma, CA) 2 hours, 45 min.

August 5

Portland International Raceway (Portland, OR) 2 hours, 45 min.

August 19

Mosport International Raceway (Bowmanville, ON) 2 hours, 45 min.

August 25

Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course (Lexington, OH) 2 hours, 45 min.

Sept. 9

Laguna Seca Raceway (Monterey, CA) 2 hours, 45 min.

Oct. 6

Petit Le Mans at Road Atlanta (Braselton, GA) 10 hours

Oct. 21

Lowes Motor Speedway (Concord, NC) 2 hours, 45 min.

Nov. 11

Sepang International Circuit (APLMS) 4 hours


*Race of Champions/combined ALMS and ELMS

Cancelled
Postboned