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9Tivo Alert: Mid-Ohio ALMS race to be shown Sunday as 90 minute docu-drama

Last week's American Le Mans Series race at Mid-Ohio was a nail-biter right down to the checkered flag with lots of action in each of the four classes. Unfortunately, the race wasn't shown live on TV... though it was streamed over the interwebz. If you missed the action the first time around, you can catch yourself up this Sunday in an interesting new way.

1Dyson Racing claims first ALMS victory for biobutanol

Earlier this year, we saw the addition of a fourth fuel option to the American Le Mans Series (ALMS) when it was announced that Dyson Racing would be running bio-butanol in its Lola-Mazda coupe. This past weekend at Mid-Ohio, the Dyson car managed to score its first victory in the sixth race of the season in a nail-biter over the Honda-powered Highcroft ARX-01c.

15Spoiler Alert: 2010 ALMS Mid-Ohio Sports Car Challenge

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25Video: 2010 Porsche 911 GT3 rolls into Jay Leno's Garage

Porsche's 911 GT3 pays a visit to Jay Leno's Garage – click above to watch the video

AddFlying Lizard's Patrick Long tests the Porsche 911 GT3 R hybrid

Porsche 911 GT3R Hybrid – Click above for high-res image gallery

4Porsche 911 GT3R Hybrid to run at Petit Le Mans

Porsche911 GT3R hybrid – Click above for high-res image gallery

8Porsche 911 GT3R Hybrid to run at Petit Le Mans

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6American Le Mans Series Ferraris switch to cellulosic E85

This weekend's round of the American Le Mans Series at Miller Motorsports park in Utah will see the four Ferrari F430 GTs of Extreme Speed Motorsports and Risi Racing switch from running on an E10 ethanol/gasoline blend to using cellulosic E85. With this change, 10 of the 13 cars running in GT2 will be using the second-generation biofuel. The Corvette Racing team was the first to use E85 in early 2008 and since then the Flying Lizard Porsches and Rahal Letterman BMW M3s have also made the switch

4Paul Drayson reflects on the "greening" of Le Mans

Drayson Racing Lola-Judd – Click above for high-res image gallery

3More details on the 2011 Le Mans technical regulations, now with hybrid power

Peugeot 908-HY hybrid prototype – Click above for high-res image gallery

14More details on the 2011 Le Mans technical regulations, now with hybrid power

Peugeot 908-HY hybrid prototype – Click above for high-res image gallery

5Hybrid powertrains approved for 2011 Le Mans

Peugeot 908-HY hybrid prototype – Click above for high-res image gallery

19Comparing the American Le Mans Series to NASCAR, IndyCar for relevance

Peugeot 908-HY hybrid prototype – Click above for high-res image gallery

10Comparing the American Le Mans Series to NASCAR, IndyCar for relevancy

Peugeot 908-HY hybrid prototype – Click above for high-res image gallery

2Green Earth LMP Challenge team offers to share its G-Oil with ALMS competitors

In a move that's probably at least partly fair play and likely a big part marketing stunt, Green Earth Team Gunnar in the American Le Mans Series has offered to share its motor oil supplier with its competitors. Team Gunnar runs in the ALMS new Le Mans Prototype Challenge class where all the teams run identical Oreca-built chassis with sealed General Motors V8 engines. While LMPC teams aren't allowed to modify their engines, they can change the oil. Team Gunnar is running G-Oil, derived from ani

9Porsche 911 GT3 R Hybrid finishes sixth in first outing, may come to U.S.

Porsche 911 GT3 R Hybrid – Click above for high-res image gallery

AddPorsche 911 GT3 R Hybrid finishes sixth in first outing, may come to US

Porsche 911 GT3 R Hybrid – Click above for high-res image gallery

7Video: Corvette Racing Series Ep. 2: 2010 12 Hours of Sebring

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282010 12 Hours of Sebring goes into the books [SPOILER ALERT]

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19Sebring 2010: Bad start for Jaguar as XKR goes out in first hour

Unfortunately for Jaguar, the only XKR to make it to the finish of the 2010 12 Hours of Sebring was the green and black pace car. Sebring was to have been the full-season competition debut for the new JaguarRSR XKR GT2, but it looks like team has a lot more work to do before the car's a potential race winner. After consistently running near the bottom of the GT2 class time charts in practice and qualifying, the race proved to be the icing on a stale cake.

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