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    Who can't wait for Petit Le Mans this weekend?

    We are going to have a huge field with 12 LMP1 cars. I can't wait to see the Audi vs. Peugeot battle and am curious to see how the Acuras will compare now that they have had the time to develop them. The Drayson car looks awesome and the Cytosport RS Spyder will have Sascha Maassen to help with a good pace. Jaguar is coming in GT2 which will just add to the intense battle in this field.

    I have already warned my wife about this weekend. Ten hours of ALMS bliss and then the Singapore GP to wash it down with.  Smiley

    www.americanlemans.com/index_news.php


    Re: Who can't wait for Petit Le Mans this weekend?

    I hope audi and Porsche will win ;)


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    Re: Who can't wait for Petit Le Mans this weekend?

    andrea:

    I hope audi and Porsche will win ;)

     


     

    Audi has worked on the R15 and sorted many of its issues from Le Mans. This will give us a better chance to see its true pace. I have always liked the 908 because it is a coupe and can be very quick with the right driver and set-up. I think Peugeot has learned from their many mistakes.

    I would love to see the RS Spyder win again but I don't see it happening against the Lowes Fernandez team. They know that car inside and out. I wish team Cytosport and the Flying Lizard guys all the luck in the race.

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    Re: Who can't wait for Petit Le Mans this weekend?

    Peugeot is fastest so far... scoring.americanlemans.com/index_live2.php

     

    The 908 is just damn sexy to me!

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    Re: Who can't wait for Petit Le Mans this weekend?

    where to follow the race:

    http://www.fourtitude.com/news/publish/Motorsport_News/article_5312.shtml

    http://www.fourtitude.com/news/publish/Motorsport_News/article_5313.shtml


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    Re: Who can't wait for Petit Le Mans this weekend?

    Are we the only two people who care about this race?   Smiley


    Re: Who can't wait for Petit Le Mans this weekend?

    917962:

    Are we the only two people who care about this race?   Smiley

    I care too! I am anti-Peugeot and pro-Porsche Smiley


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    Re: Who can't wait for Petit Le Mans this weekend?

    there are a number of us following the race. Check out american lemans on facebook.. Patron Highcroft team acura LMP1 was destroyed in crash yesterday...they are trying to rebuild for Saturday practice session.


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    Re: Who can't wait for Petit Le Mans this weekend?

    I frequent a number of sites but thought there would be more of an interest here. I was very glad to hear that Scott Sharp is okay after the massive shunt.

    Reginos, just out of curiosity, why are you anti Peugeot? Does it have something to do with their Le Mans efforts in the 1990's?


    Re: Who can't wait for Petit Le Mans this weekend?

    917962:

    Reginos, just out of curiosity, why are you anti Peugeot? Does it have something to do with their Le Mans efforts in the 1990's?

    I'm not sure if Peugeot are represented in the USA, but I have no respect for their road cars. Besides, as a McLaren fan I remember the poor reliability and performance from the Peugeot engine in the MP4/9.


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    Re: Who can't wait for Petit Le Mans this weekend?

    reginos:
    917962:

    Reginos, just out of curiosity, why are you anti Peugeot? Does it have something to do with their Le Mans efforts in the 1990's?

    I'm not sure if Peugeot are represented in the USA, but I have no respect for their road cars. Besides, as a McLaren fan I remember the poor reliability and performance from the Peugeot engine in the MP4/9.


    Peugeot does not sell its cars here. It didn't go so well last time around! I can understand your issues being a Mc Laren fan. I'm obviously one too and would have loved to have seen them when they were powered by Porsche. Lets see how the Silver Arrows do this weekend.


    Re: Who can't wait for Petit Le Mans this weekend?

    Qualifying position doesn't account for much in a ten hour race but the fastest Peugeot has more than 1 second over the Audis. This is going to be a good race. I would imagine that the Audis will have their infamous reliability back for this one.

    scoring.americanlemans.com/index_live2.php


    Re: Who can't wait for Petit Le Mans this weekend?

    I hope cooling problems(24h le mans) are solved for Audi...


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    Re: Who can't wait for Petit Le Mans this weekend?

    And let's hope their balance issues are resolved as well. I just want to see a good race and this has all the key ingredients for one.  Smiley


    Re: Who can't wait for Petit Le Mans this weekend?

    917962:

    I frequent a number of sites but thought there would be more of an interest here.

    Well, you know what they say:  
    "In F1, the fans know all the drivers by their first names.
    In GT racing, the drivers know all the fans by their first names:" Smiley
     


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    Re: Who can't wait for Petit Le Mans this weekend?

    so only few hours before the race.the peugeot on pole


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    Re: Who can't wait for Petit Le Mans this weekend?

    fritz:
    917962:

    I frequent a number of sites but thought there would be more of an interest here.

    Well, you know what they say:  
    "In F1, the fans know all the drivers by their first names.
    In GT racing, the drivers know all the fans by their first names:" Smiley
     

    I love GT racing.

    Is there a way to watch it in Germany or on the internet?


    Re: Who can't wait for Petit Le Mans this weekend?

    Eunice:

    I love GT racing.

    Is there a way to watch it in Germany or on the internet?

    It's Live on "Motors TV" like all ALMS races.


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    Re: Who can't wait for Petit Le Mans this weekend?

    reginos:
    Eunice:

    I love GT racing.

    Is there a way to watch it in Germany or on the internet?

    It's Live on "Motors TV" like all ALMS races.

     

    Thanks, it is encrypted here, will have to check where to buy.


    Re: Who can't wait for Petit Le Mans this weekend?

    Eunice:
    reginos:
    Eunice:

    I love GT racing.

    Is there a way to watch it in Germany or on the internet?

    It's Live on "Motors TV" like all ALMS races.

     

    Thanks, it is encrypted here, will have to check where to buy.

    Check this out:

    http://de.motorstv.com/wie-empfange-ich-motors-tv


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    Re: Who can't wait for Petit Le Mans this weekend?

    wet race!


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    Re: Who can't wait for Petit Le Mans this weekend?

    unfortunately rain stopped the race... :(...what a pity McNish looped 2 times...one before SC and the other one behind safety car....

    Overall championship win for porsche and still a good advantage for bergmeister in the final race

     

     

     

    ALMS: Peugeot Scores 1-2 In Rain-Shortened Petit Le Mans


    Franck Montagny and Stephane Sarrazin gave Peugeot its first American Le Mans Series victory on Friday, winning a weather-shortened 12th annual Petit Le Mans powered by MAZDA6. Race officials, citing hazardous conditions due to torrential rains that fell at Road Atlanta just past the four-hour mark, called the race at eight hours, 44 minutes running.

    Peugeot’s two diesel-powered factory prototype coupes finished 1-2 with the pole-sitting 908 HDi of Pedro Lamy and Nic Minassian in second. The first of Audi Sport Team Joest’s Audi R15 TDIs placed third, the car driven by Allan McNish and Dindo Capello. The Peugeot-Peugeot-Audi finish mirrored the end result at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in June.

    “We only did three races this year,” Montagny said. “We missed Sebring by only 22 seconds, and it was a win for the Peugeot team at Le Mans and a win here. I think if we had a full time we really would have battled it out with the Audis.”

    McNish and Capello dominated the race before the rains fell and led all but five of the first 168 laps. The two Peugeots got past McNish under yellow when the Scot looped the Audi under wet conditions barely past the two-hour mark. A few minutes later, the skies opened and officials parked the cars in pitlane.

    “We started in the wet and it was difficult with a dry set-up,” Sarrazin said. “We were very far behind. But in the dry we could push very hard and make up time. I could catch the two Audis and it was not too hard to overtake them. But in the big rain it was just OK. We did our best in the time we had and the team did a great job.”

    The highly anticipated battle between the Peugeots and the Audis lived up to expectations in qualifying and the early part of the race. Both Montagny and Sarrazin had to fight back from a lap down on more than one occasion after the Peugeots’ early race setup struggles.

    It was sweet redemption for a team that lost out in last year’s race by a little more than four seconds to McNish and Capello in an Audi R10 TDI.

    “We traveled thousands of miles to race here, so sure we’d love to have a full race but we also enjoyed it,” Montagny said. “Sure…at 300 kph, you hit the water and you just keep going…it’s not so much fun.”

    “The mechanics here have won Le Mans, so they are very good and they know what they can do,” Sarrazin added. “We are improving all the time, in the race and in testing. I think we show that. And the drivers, we are always giving the maximum just like our crew does.”

    Dyson Racing took its first Petit Le Mans victory with a victory in LMP2 for Marino Franchitti, Butch Leitzinger and Ben Devlin. Their Mazda-powered Lola B09/86 coupe had problems with gear selection early, but the Acura ARX-01b of Lowe’s Fernandez Racing’s Adrian Fernandez and Luis Diaz experienced steering issues throughout.

    Nevertheless, the duo completed enough laps to clinch the team championship for Lowe’s Fernandez and the manufacturer championships for Acura.

    “We had a gearbox issue just once and the guys were able to fix it with only one repair,” said Franchitti, who qualified on the class pole. “I think I saw every kind of condition possible here at Road Atlanta today. It was especially great to bring a win here with the Mazda especially for a race presented by the Mazda 6. And now the Dyson win for Petit is pretty great.”

    Franchitti and Leitzinger were class winners at Lime Rock in July, the first victory for the Dyson-Lola/Mazda partnership. The team also won for the first time at Road Atlanta in American Le Mans Series competition.

    “These guys made it easy for me and this had to be one of the toughest conditions I’ve ever raced in,” Devlin said. “Marino did a great job keeping the car up there and so did Butch. By the time I got the car I just had to keep it on the black. It was great how well the car has developed, especially how I left it last year and the continued commitment and effort from Mazda.”

    Things didn’t look promising early as the Lola-Mazda dropped as far back as 27th overall before attrition started to take a toll on the class. There were the problems with the Lowe’s Fernandez car, and the Team Cytosport Porsche RS Spyder of Klaus Graf, Sascha Maassen and Greg Pickett led 30 laps before a spin and loss of power sent it tumbling down the order.

    “This event, it is truly amazing - year on year increased in significance and attendance,” Leitzinger said. “I was here for the first event in 1998. The buzz just gets bigger and bigger. There are certain places that you go to, Sebring, the Indy 500, Le Mans, and this really has attained that in just a short amount of time and how everyone has embraced that. We’ve had some really horrible disappointments here, and it was really important for Dyson Racing to get this win here.”

    Risi Competizione’s Jaime Melo, Pierre Kaffer and Mika Salo won in GT2 in their Ferrari F430 GT, the fifth straight endurance victory for the team. A brilliant call by Salo to take wet tires before the rest of the GT2 field proved to be the difference, and it took him six laps to move the Ferrari past the five cars in front of him to take the lead for good.

    BMW Rahal Letterman Racing Team’s Dirk Müller, Jörg Müller and Tommy Milner placed second in their BMW M3. Dirk Werner and Wolf Henzler were third in their Porsche 911 GT3 RSR, clinching the manufacturer championship for Porsche.

    “This is only my third race this year with the team,” Salo said. “It is such a good atmosphere; everyone works so hard. You can trust them and they don’t go off the track. It’s so much a pleasure to drive with the Risi team. We might not have been the fastest in the dry but in the wet we were very quick.”

    The Ferrari began 10th on the GT2 grid after a tire puncture limited Melo to one flying lap in qualifying. The Ferrari never cracked the top three until the rain fell. The opening portion saw the top six cars in class on the lead lap, another testament to the level of competition in the class.

    The victory enabled the Risi team to stay alive in the class championship. Melo and Kaffer are 19 points behind the Flying Lizard Motorsports’ duo of Patrick Long and Jörg Bergmeister with a maximum of 25 points remaining.

    “It’s a kind of strange race, but we had a competitive car,” Melo said. “I was a bit conservative at the beginning, the track was wet. I didn’t take any risk. I was feeling comfortable, and in the dry condition we had a good car and could keep up with the guys right up to the last minute. Thanks to Pierre for keeping the car good for his two stints. Our whole crew and the strategy were phenomenal the whole time. Even the tires on wet and dry, we could manage the car really good.”

    “Jamie was quick in the race. We made a change in the bar in my first stint but we changed it back,” Kaffer added. “I have to thank my team for working so hard and this victory. I always can learn something from Mika, even from today with not such a long stint, he made the important call today. In the end, we are the lucky winner.”

    The Audi R15 TDI of McNish and Capello was the prototype winner in the MICHELIN GREEN X Challenge, a revolutionary award that goes to the cars that go the farthest the fastest and with the least environmental impact. The second Flying Lizard Porsche of Seth Neiman, Johannes van Overbeek and Darren Law was the GT winner. Porsche captured the manufacturer season championship in the environmentally based efficiency competition.

    The final race in the 2009 American Le Mans Series is the four-hour Monterey Sports Car Championships at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca in Monterey, Calif. The green flag is scheduled for 2:30 p.m. PT on Saturday, October 10. The race will air on SPEED from 2:30 to 6:30 p.m. ET on Sunday, October 11. Live coverage will be available via American Le Mans Radio presented by Porsche via americanlemans.com, which also will feature Living Timing & Scoring on Racehub. Live coverage also can be heard on Sirius 126 and XM 242. You can follow the Series on Twitter (almsnotes) and on our Facebook page.

    The race will also mark the 10th and final round of the 2009 MICHELIN® GREEN X® Challenge. Tickets are available at americanlemans.com and mazdaraceway.com.

    Petit Le Mans powered by MAZDA6
    Road Atlanta, Braselton, Ga.
    Saturday's results
    1. (2) Stephane Sarrazin, France; Franck Montagny, Brignoles France; Peugeot 908 HDI FAP (1, P1), 184.
    2. (1) Pedro Lamy, Lisbon Portugal; Nicolas Minassian, England; Peugeot 908 HDI FAP (2, P1), 184.
    3. (3) Allan McNish, Scotland; Rinaldo Capello, Italy; Audi R15 TDI (3, P1), 184.
    4. (4) Marco Werner, Germany; Lucas Luhr, Germany; Audi R15 TDI (4, P1), 182.
    5. (6) Nicolas Lapierre, France; Romain Dumas, France; Olivier Panis, France; Oreca 01 AIM (5, P1), 181.
    6. (26) David Brabham, Australia; Dario Franchitti, Scotland; Scott Sharp, Jupiter, FL; Acura ARX-02a (6, P1), 180.
    7. (28) Chris Dyson, Pleasant Valley, NY; Guy Smith, England; Lola B09 86 Mazda (7, P2*), 177.
    8. (22) Jaime Melo, Brazil; Pierre Kaffer, Germany; Mika Salo, Finland; Ferrari F430 GT (1, GT2), 170.
    9. (16) Tom Milner, Leesburg, VA; Dirk Mueller, Germany; Jorg Muller, Germany; BMW E92 M3 (2, GT2), 169.
    10. (21) Wolf Henzler, Germany; Dirk Werner, Germany; Porsche 911 GT3 RSR (3, GT2), 169.
    11. (15) Oliver Gavin, England; Olivier Beretta, Monaco; Marcel Fassler, Switzerland; Corvette C6.R (4, GT2), 169.
    12. (18) Patrick Long, Oak Park, CA; Jorg Bergmeister, Germany; Marc Lieb, Germany; Porsche 911 GT3 RSR (5, GT2), 169.
    13. (8) Marino Franchitti, Scotland; Butch Leitzinger, State College, PA; Lola B09 86 Mazda (1, P2), 168.
    14. (19) Johnny O`Connell, Flowery Branch, GA; Jan Magnussen, Denmark; Antonio Garcia, Spain; Corvette C6.R (6, GT2), 168.
    15. (25) Seth Neiman, Burlingame, CA; Darren Law, Phoenix, AZ; Johannes van Overbeek, San Francisco, CA; Porsche 911 GT3 RSR (7, GT2), 162.
    16. (14) Tom Sutherland, Los Gatos, CA; Tomy Drissi, Hollywood, CA; Matt Bell, Los Altos, CA; Chevrolet Riley Corvette C6 (8, GT2), 157.
    17. (7) Jon Field, Dublin, OH; Clint Field, Dublin, OH; Lola B06/10 AER (8, P1), 152.
    18. (20) Ian James, England; Dominik Farnbacher, Germany; Panoz Esperante GTLM Ford (9, GT2), 152.
    19. (12) Bryan Willman, Kirkland, WA; Tony Burgess, Canada; Chris McMurry, Phoenix, AZ; Lola B06/10 AER (9, P1), 144, Accident.
    20. (13) David Murry, Cumming, GA; David Robertson, Ray, MI; Andrea Robertson, Ray, MI; Doran Ford GT MK 7 (10, GT2), 142.
    21. (11) Luis Diaz, Mexico; Adrian Fernandez, Mexico; Acura ARX-01B (2, P2), 139.
    22. (10) Klaus Graf, Germany; Sascha Maassen, Germany; Greg Pickett, Alamo, CA; Porsche RS Spyder (3, P2), 136.
    23. (23) Bryan Sellers, Centerville, OH; Dominic Cicero, Portland, OR; Porsche 911 GT3 RSR (11, GT2), 136.
    24. (5) Gil de Ferran, Brazil; Simon Pagenaud, France; Scott Dixon, New Zealand; Acura ARX-02a (10, P1), 136.
    25. (17) Bill Auberlen, Hermosa Beach, CA; Joey Hand, Sacramento, CA; Andy Priaulx, Germany; BMW E92 M3 (12, GT2), 133.
    26. (24) Joel Feinberg, Ft. Lauderdale, FL; Chris Hall, Daytona, FL; Dodge Viper Comp Coupe (13, GT2), 129.
    27. (9) Jonny Cocker, UK; Robert Bell, UK; Paul Drayson, London, UK; Lola B09 60 Judd (11, P1), 123.
    28. (27) Hideki Noda, Japan; Jose Manuel Balbiani, Argentina; Dion von Moltke, Coral Gables, FL; Radical SR9/AER (12, P1), 0.
    29. (29) Adam Pecorari, Aston, PA; Gunnar Van der Steur, Chesapeake City, MD; Robbie Pecorari, Aston, PA; Radical SR9 AER (4, P2), 0.
    30. (30) No drivers; Jaguar XKR (14, GT2), 0.

     

     


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    Re: Who can't wait for Petit Le Mans this weekend?

     Thanks for the vids!


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    Eunice:

     Thanks for the vids!

    Smiley


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    Re: Who can't wait for Petit Le Mans this weekend?

    I was traveling and so I missed it. (apparently not such a bad thing)

    Porsche has won the ALMS manufacturer's championship for GT2. (I suspect it will be the last one for some time)

     


    Re: Who can't wait for Petit Le Mans this weekend?

    I am hearing that Greg Loles is considering running BMW in next years Rolex grand am and perhaps ALMS series..... I am also hearing rumors from Porsche about a new race car...not sure if it is a Cayman based RSR but one can only hope.


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    Re: Who can't wait for Petit Le Mans this weekend?

    bobr:

    I am hearing that Greg Loles is considering running BMW in next years Rolex grand am and perhaps ALMS series..... I am also hearing rumors from Porsche about a new race car...not sure if it is a Cayman based RSR but one can only hope.


    Bobr, please explain if your sorce is reliable. The Cayman could do very well but I don't see Porsche doing anything to hurt the 911s reputation.


    Re: Who can't wait for Petit Le Mans this weekend?

    Spyderidol:

    I was traveling and so I missed it. (apparently not such a bad thing)

    Porsche has won the ALMS manufacturer's championship for GT2. (I suspect it will be the last one for some time)

     


    The race was shaping up to be very good. The R15 seemed to continue with its wet weather performance advantage in the beginning of the race. The Cytosport RS Spyder was very fast until it ran into problems. This race had all the key ingredients to be one that we would remember. Now we have to wait till Sebring to have as many top-flight entrants and I doubt whether Acura will be around in P1.

    I have to agree with you that this will be the last GT2 championship for Porsche in the immediate future. One things for sure, GT2 is quite the field for action and competition.


    Re: Who can't wait for Petit Le Mans this weekend?

    917962,

    The source is from some greenfield discussion with Porsche...I do not expect Porsche to give up on the 911RSR but they will have to come back with an improved car given the performance of the Chevy C. cars at Mosport and Petit LeMans..


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    Re: Who can't wait for Petit Le Mans this weekend?

    Thanks bobr!

    The 997 RSR will definitely need some upgrades to be competitive. The Corvettes will only get stronger and the BMWs are right there too.


     
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