Live stream of this year's One Lap of America – Click above to watch the video after the jump

Doug Wilks and Leh Keen swept to victory in last year's Tire Rack One Lap of America at the wheel of a Porsche 911 GT2. This year, Keen and Wilks have partnered up again, only this time they'll be piloting a Nissan GT-R prepared by Wilks' Topspeed Motorsports. Better than that, the pair will be live-streaming the eight-day event, thanks to an in-car webcam.

Besides live footage of every inch of the 3,000-plus-mile event, the pair will have Google Maps tracking their location, a blog and live interactive chat with viewers. All the interactive goodness is available on Topspeed as you read this.

With the power of the GT-R, already a proven One Lap winner, the Grand Am and ALMS driving skills of Keen and Wilks' mechanical expertise, Topspeed Motorsports looks poised to make another run at the top spot. Click past the jump to see Topspeed's live feed, or head over to their website for the full interactive experience. Thanks for the tip, Nathan!


Live TV : Ustream


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      Jonathan Arena
      • 3 Years Ago
      It would be interesting if they failed to win this year, in the GTR....
        mitytitywhitey
        • 3 Years Ago
        @Jonathan Arena
        They won 3 of 4 events so far. Autocross and 2 track sessions. Wet skidpad was the only one they didn't place first in. Hard to argue this team isn't the fastest in the field. Now it comes to endurance. Interestingly though... The reason Wilks chose the GTR is because of how cost-effective it was vs his 996 GT2. Both these guys are a class-act. Leh likes to say 'pick your toy and go play.'. He's the quintessential car lover, and does not support fanboy-ism. This team feels they can be competitive with any car they set up properly.
      Amos 5-oh
      • 3 Years Ago
      Here are some pics of Top Speeds GTR that is running the One Lap event as we speak! http://www.facebook.com/media/set/fbx/?set=a.10150235784335400.369628.314898415399
      BrandonDrums
      • 3 Years Ago
      In 2009, Steven Rankins in his one-lap GT-R beat out a 996 GT2... http://www.ccrscca.com/2009/05/09/congratulations-steven-rankins-and-will-taylor/ This team should have a good chance with the GT-R. I Think Rankins is coming back this year though so it could be a really really tight event this time around. Rankin's GT-R blew up in 2010 and I think they've rebuilt so we'll see what happens.