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by Drew Phillips (RSS feed) on Apr 19th, 2009 at 6:32PM

The grid seemed a bit bare at the Long beach ALMS race with the Audi and Porsche prototypes missing from the field, but there was still plenty to look forward to for the third race of the 2009 season. For starters, spectators were treated to the final GT1 appearance of the Corvette C6.R in the United States. After competing in the 24 Hours of Le Mans in June, Corvette Racing will retire the GT1 cars, ending what will be remembered as a dominant era in motorsports. Corvetter Racing will return in August to take on the highly-competitive GT2 field. Porsche, BMW, Panoz and the rest will... Read More

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