ALMS and Grand-Am Work with ACO to Ensure Series Success

ALMS and Grand-Am Work with ACO to Ensure Series Success
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One of the main concerns with the recent American Le Mans Series (ALMS) and Grand-Am merger was the involvement and relationship with the Automobile Club de l’Ouest (ACO), which is the organizing entity behind the 24 Hours of Le Mans. That can be put to rest however, as the organizations met with one another to… Continue Reading...

Honda Unveils 2011 LMP2 Race Engine – Based on Accord V6

Honda Unveils 2011 LMP2 Race Engine – Based on Accord V6
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Honda Performance Development is the first engine manufacturer to release details of an engine that complies with the ACO’s revised technical regulations that go into effect for the 2011 ALMS/Le Mans season. This new HPD LMP2 engine, based on Honda‘s global V6 engine used in everything from the Accord to the Acura ZDX, is a… Continue Reading...

Hybrids Given Green Light for Next Year’s Le Mans Series

Hybrids Given Green Light for Next Year’s Le Mans Series
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Audi‘s podium sweep at this years 24 Hours of Le Mans might just be the last time diesels dominate the series. The Automobile Club de L’Ouest (ACO), which runs the endurance classic, has announced rule changes for next year’s season that will see the elimination of the GT1 Class and changes to the LMP2 class,… Continue Reading...
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