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Never Say Never: Wickens Returns To Cockpit Of IMSA Race Car

The 2021 racing season is only now getting into top gear, and a sure-fire candidate for the “feel-good” story of the year unfolded at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course thanks to the generosity and technical expertise of Bryan Herta Autosport, the selflessness of paralyzed race driver Michael Johnson and the courage and determination of Robert Wickens.

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Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta Hosts Climactic Round Of IMSA iRacing Pro Series

The championship is coming down to the wire in one class of the IMSA iRacing Pro Series Presented by SimCraft, while the leader of the other category is chasing history.

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Entry List Notebook - Acura Sports Car Challenge Presented By The TLX Type S

The first two races of the season have resulted in a different winner in every class. In fact, of the cars racing at Mid-Ohio this weekend, only two – the No. 55 Mazda Motorsports DPi and the No. 74 Riley Motorsports LMP3 - have reached the podium in both previous races in 2021.

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Driver Change: All For Win And Win For All

It’s time for another “Driver Change,” where one of our regular IMSA.com contributors shares their thoughts on a racing topic before handing over the wheel – or in this case, the keyboard – to another contributor, and then another and another.

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Andretti Autosport Elevates LMP3 Team To WeatherTech Championship

Andretti Autosport announced it is shifting its Le Mans Prototype 3 program from the IMSA Prototype Challenge to the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship for the remainder of the 2021 season.

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Meet The Black Panther, Ontario's Own Dealer-Special Camaro

What began as a Ford franchise in 1917 has since evolved into a heavyweight Chevy store.

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MOTUL Launches Classic Engine Oils For Modern Classics

Developed for vehicles from the 1980s and 1990s, Motul optimized Modern Classic Eighties 10W40 to meet the needs of forced induction engines common to the decade, and Modern Classic Nineties 10W30 to meet the demands of high-revving engines with more modern valvetrains. Both Modern Classic oils are the first products to offer high ZDDP and moly for “rad” era collector cars from these two decades.

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