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Old 28 Sep 2010, 09:29 (Ref:2765925)   #31
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Ferrari will be represented by Risi in the US races and by AF Corse in the European/other country races. BMW by RLR in the US races and by Schnitzer (sp) in the European races. Porsche probably by FLM in the US and Felbmeyer in the European ones.
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Old 28 Sep 2010, 12:26 (Ref:2766023)   #32
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Ferrari will be represented by Risi in the US races and by AF Corse in the European/other country races.
Actually it's AF Corse and CRS
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Old 28 Sep 2010, 12:38 (Ref:2766028)   #33
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Ferrari will be represented by Risi in the US races and by AF Corse in the European/other country races. BMW by RLR in the US races and by Schnitzer (sp) in the European races. Porsche probably by FLM in the US and Felbmeyer in the European ones.
I know that is the case for this year but next year is it still only a manufacturer cup? That wont really boost or change the types of entry lists we see for the ILMC races.
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Old 30 Sep 2010, 18:00 (Ref:2767326)   #34
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However, all of this will change next year, as the ACO will mandate that each team in the ILMC must compete in all six rounds, plus the 24 Hours of Le Mans, which will act as a double-points event. In theory, this could work out to the ALMS’ benefit, with the influx of ILMC-only entries appearing both at Sebring and Petit Le Mans next year
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Old 30 Sep 2010, 18:07 (Ref:2767333)   #35
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Thanks for clearing that up JAG. That was my understanding. That should mean that Sebring will be the most stacked ALMS field in recent memory. The best of both worlds.
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Old 30 Sep 2010, 23:41 (Ref:2767530)   #36
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I'd let teams skip one European and one North American race, so teams are encouraged not to leave Euro LMS or ALMS.
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In what might be some good news for U.S. followers and for Le Mans fans worldwide, the ACO confirmed it’s working hard on providing a complete TV package for the ILMC next year. All possible formats are being looked at, including live coverage, highlights packages and online streaming.
I don't think many networks are eagerly looking to cover the six other rounds... they want the 24LM obviously but the other rounds are probably a burden (honestly, for understandable reasons too). If some day winning ILMC is almost as equally important as winning the 24LM, then it is a different situation, but that day is not now. Live streaming a la GT1 for the win.
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Keeping in mind that the ACO has all Marketing AND broadcasting rights for all ILMC races... not the series themselves.
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Keeping in mind that the ACO has all Marketing AND broadcasting rights for all ILMC races... not the series themselves.
That, I think is wrong!!!
It is bad enough that the ACO is poaching the premier races as theirs and giving the home series second billing. Petit got 5 cars that could be construed as ILMC cars, but probably 4 of those would of participated if there was not an ILMC.




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Very suprised to see Pescarolo plan to enter the ILMC rather than the LMS, finances dependant.

It increasingly looks like most of the major European prototype teams will be going the ILMC route.

I could well see the LMS introducing a GTC class of their own.
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Even with Drayson uncertain and Henri and Hugues looking for sponsorship to do the ILMC, that is an impressive list of LMP's already considering the season is so far away. The fact that the ACO will require them to do the full season makes the prospect of the ILMC very exciting for me at this point as we will get to see those cars twice in North America next year.
Plus Audi, Aston, and Peugeot will all be debuting new hardware so it will be very unpredictable.
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