IMSA Is Splitting Up Its Prototype Classes so the Daytona Prototypes Can Go Even Faster

The Powers That Be of the IMSA series announced on Friday afternoon that they’re going to be making some big changes to the way they’re going to be formatting the series for 2019. They used some fancy words and a big press release to announce it, but the skinny of it is: faster cars, more classes, and some changes to…

Mid Ohio Race Proves IMSA Is The Most Exciting Sports Car Racing In The World Right Now

In stark juxtaposition to the incredibly meh 6 Hours of Spa on Saturday, this afternoon’s IMSA race provided infinitely more on-track action in less than half the time. The race held battles in all three categories, ultimately ending with a maiden victory for Acura in the prototype category, Porsche’s second win of…

Owner Of Sebring's Second Place Team Was So Excited That He Called The Race 'Fucking Ace' On TV

The No. 22 Tequila Patrón ESM team felt untouchable in the last moments of today’s 12 Hours of Sebring with known madman and 2016 Sebring winner Pipo Derani driving their car to a win. Yet it was last year’s winners Wayne Taylor Racing who stole the show at the end. Team owner Wayne Taylor was so excited that they…

Sebring Oops Gives Us A Great Look In The Rear Of The Mid-Engine Porsche 911 RSR

Even though it’s all tightly regulated under the GTE race car spec, Porsche really doesn’t like to show off the rear end of its mid-engine 911 RSR race car. Fortunately, all it took to get a good look today was driver Gianmaria Bruni running the No. 912 Porsche wide off one of Sebring’s curbs, ripping the rear…

Here's Why You Should Burn Your Saturday Watching The 12 Hours Of Sebring

One of America’s most infamous endurance races is this Saturday: the 12 Hours of Sebring. It’s half as long as the Rolex 24 but just as crazy; run on a former airstrip-turned-race track that’s so bumpy that teams use it for shakedown tests (and we do mean “shake”). Here’s our guide to what’s important and how to…