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ALMS: Hunter-Reay, Pagenaud, Briscoe to drive for Level 5 Motorsports at Sebring


The three-time ALMS championship-winning team Level 5 Motorsports will return to the P2 class with a star-studded lineup including open-wheel specialists Ryan Briscoe, Simon Pagenaud and 2012 IZOD IndyCar Series champion Ryan Hunter-Reay. The three will share driving duties in Level 5's first car, with sportscar veteran Marino Franchitti also retained to reinforce Level 5’s lineup, alongside nine-time national driving champion ...
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