The 2011 season has come and gone, and for the first time in a long time, I didn’t get to attend an ALMS race. It took a family reunion on the same weekend to keep me away from all the fun. But yet I am looking forward to 2012 which promises to be another great ALMS season. In fact I’ve already made my travel plans for the 60th running of the American Classic, the “12 Hours of Sebring” in March…just a few short months away. I can’t wait! In the meanwhile, here’s another look back at the 2010 ALMS from Mid-Ohio. Enjoy.
The Falken Tire girls on the grid during pre-race activities.
Olivier Beretta of Corvette Racing relaxes before qualifying.
Aero styling. The #52-LMPC Oreca FLM09 of PR1/Mathiasen Motorsports.
John Hindhaugh of Radio Le Mans leads a charitable auction in the Corvette Racing paddock.
At speed! The #36-LMPC Oreca FLM09 of Genoa Racing.
Writer/photographer of vintage/historic sports car racing. See you at the track!
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