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Grand-Am and ALMS form joint technical committee


Grand-Am Road Racing and the American Le Mans Series announced today the formation of a Joint Technical Committee. The group will focus on key competition issues for the two organizations during this season and will also analyze the competitive landscape for the new unified sports car series that will debut in 2014. The committee features competition department staff members from Grand-Am and ...
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