Divorce Case Says NASCAR Family Paid Winning Team To Race In Grand-Am

A divorce case in North Carolina has resulted in a slow and steady drip of financial information from the racing world, which tends to keep its cards close to its chest. Some seriously interesting tidbits are coming out, though, like the part about the France family paying teams to compete in Grand-Am. »10/06/13 2:17pm10/06/13 2:17pm

Is 'United SportsCar Racing' The Name Of The Combined Grand-Am/ALMS Series?

Last year, it was announced that both sports car racing organizations in the USA would combine to form one series in 2014. But since that time, Grand-Am and the ALMS have not issued a new name. They are announcing it tomorrow, but it may have been leaked early. Could it be called "United Sportscar Racing?" »3/13/13 3:00pm3/13/13 3:00pm

A Weekend of Dual Driving: Matt Bell, Grand-Am Rolex 24 at Daytona

I had the opportunity in late January to shadow Matt Bell during the Grand-Am Rolex 24 at Daytona. Bell, who has been racing Continental Challenge since 2008, is dual-driving this season, splitting his weekends between the #9 Stevenson Motorsports Camaro GS.R and the #51 APR Motorsports Audi R8 LMS/Grand-Am. »2/27/13 8:05am2/27/13 8:05am

ALMS Reportedly Merging With Grand Am To Create One Crazy Fucking Awesome Racing Series

We enjoy the sports car racing and famous battles in Grand Am but tend to prefer the field and races of the American Le Mans Series and never watch enough of either because of unfortunate scheduling, thus it is with pure joy and an extreme erection that we greet the exclusive news from SPEED that the two are merging »9/01/12 1:30pm9/01/12 1:30pm