Tuesday, April 19, 2016

2016 Sports Car Grand Prix at Long Beach

Corvette Racing #3
Long Beach, love this track and even in a sim it's hard to roll through!  During qualifying, I noticed the sound down on the track was miked while the announcers were narrating, never heard the cars sound so good while running the track.  This is not miked as well during the race, I've read many comments of the race vids that fans want to hear these machines and less lip!  Even so, as time has gone by, IMSA is doing a hell of a job producing this series and the sound of the track is here big time during qualify.  Wonder if any editors for IMSA have heard the track sound on Nitro America's vids?  

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2016 Long Beach Race 

The Twins at Long Beach
The Ford GTs made their debut on at Long Beach, with the No. 67 Ford Chip Ganassi Racing Ford GT rebounding from a mechanical issue that resulted in a fire on-course during practice on Friday to finish fourth. The car which was unable to qualify on Friday due to the damage was driven by Ryan Briscoe and Richard Westbrook. 

Ganassi’s No. 66 Ford GT entry suffered a penalty for speeding on pit road during an early driver change, and Joey Hand and Dirk Muller brought the car home in eighth.

Get the full race news from IMSA on Long Beach.

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