2011 American Le Mans Series season

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2011 American Le Mans Series season
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The 2011 American Le Mans Series season was a multi-event motor racing series for sports racing cars which conform to the technical regulations laid out by the International Motor Sports Association for the American Le Mans Series. It was the thirteenth season of the American Le Mans Series, a sports car racing series that drew original inspiration from the types of racing cars that compete in the 24 Hours of Le Mans. The full title of the 2011 series is "the American Le Mans Series presented by Tequila Patrón" to include the principal sponsor. The season began March 19, 2011 with the 12 Hours of Sebring and ended after nine rounds on October 1 with the Petit Le Mans.

While Lola-built sports cars dominated the upper racing positions in the faster LMP classes for sports prototype vehicles, their numbers continued to drop to the point where at the third round of the series at 2011 Northeast Grand Prix no LMP2 class cars were entered. The only growth in prototype numbers has been in spec racing class LMPC in which all class competitors use identical Oreca chassis powered by a Chevrolet engine.

The Lola-Mazda of the Dyson Racing Team and its drivers Chris Dyson and Guy Smith won the LMP1 class championship at the penultimate race at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca, holding a 32 point gap over the Muscle Milk Motorsports team and driver Klaus Graf. Level 5 Motorsports ran unopposed for the majority of the season in LMP2 with their Lola-HPDs. Christophe Bouchut and Scott Tucker also wrapped up the championship early.

LMPC title remained live until the final race of the season where Genoa Racing's Eric Lux and the Core Autosport pair of Gunnar Jeannette and Ricardo González ended tied on points, and had the same number of second, third, fourth and fifth place finishes.

In the Grand Touring classes, Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing's BMW M3 GT2 driven by Dirk Müller and Joey Hand won the championship, taking three wins and three podiums. They wrapped up the class title a round early, having held a 33 point lead over the Chevrolet pair of Oliver Gavin and Jan Magnussen. Black Swan Racing driver Tim Pappas clinched the GTC spec racing class for Porsche 997s at the final round by winning the class.

Schedule[edit]

On August 22, 2010, IMSA announced an initial 2011 calendar with ten events, expanding from nine in 2010. Two unnamed events were added to the calendar, while the series race at Miller Motorsports Park in Utah was not retained.[1] A race in the Bricktown section of Oklahoma City had been proposed, but was rejected by the city's council.[2] It was announced in February 2010 that the Baltimore Grand Prix street race was being taken into consideration for one of the series' new rounds.[3] The race was confirmed on September 1, 2010.[4] All races this season were seen live on ESPN3.com, and on delay on ESPN2 and ABC.

Two rounds on the 2011 schedule, the 12 Hours of Sebring and Petit Le Mans, also served as part of the 2011 Intercontinental Le Mans Cup.[5]

Rnd Race Length Circuit Location Date
American Le Mans Series Winter Test Sebring International Raceway Sebring, Florida February 9–10
1 59th Mobil 1 12 Hours of Sebring 12 Hours Sebring International Raceway Sebring, Florida March 19
2 American Le Mans Series at Long Beach 2 Hours Long Beach street circuit Long Beach, California April 16
3 American Le Mans Northeast Grand Prix 2 Hours 45 Minutes Lime Rock Park Lakeville, Connecticut July 9
4 Grand Prix of Mosport 2 Hours 45 Minutes Mosport International Raceway Bowmanville, Ontario July 24
5 Mid-Ohio Sports Car Challenge 2 Hours 45 Minutes Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course Lexington, Ohio August 6
6 Road Race Showcase 4 Hours Road America Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin August 20
7 Baltimore Grand Prix 2 Hours Baltimore street circuit Baltimore, Maryland September 3
8 American Le Mans Monterey 6 Hours Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca Monterey, California September 17
9 14th Annual Petit Le Mans 1,000 mi (1,600 km) or 10 Hours Road Atlanta Braselton, Georgia October 1

Season results[edit]

The 12 Hours of Sebring and Petit Le Mans, as part of the 2011 Intercontinental Le Mans Cup, featured cars competing in the GTE-Am category alongside normal ALMS competitors in the GT2 category. Krohn Racing's Ferrari F430 won both of the races.

The winner represented here is the highest finisher of both classes combined.

Rnd Circuit LMP1 Winning Team LMP2 Winning Team LMPC Winning Team GT Winning Team GTC Winning Team Results
LMP1 Winning Drivers LMP2 Winning Drivers LMPC Winning Drivers GT Winning Drivers GTC Winning Drivers
1 Sebring France #10 Team Oreca Matmut United States #055 Level 5 Motorsports United States #036 Genoa Racing United States #56 BMW Team RLL United States #054 Black Swan Racing Results
France Nicolas Lapierre
France Loïc Duval
France Olivier Panis
United States Scott Tucker
United States Ryan Hunter-Reay
Mexico Luis Díaz
Germany Jens Petersen
United States Dane Cameron
United States Michael Guasch
United Kingdom Andy Priaulx
Germany Dirk Müller
United States Joey Hand
United States Tim Pappas
Netherlands Sebastiaan Bleekemolen
Republic of Ireland Damien Faulkner
2 Long Beach United States #6 Muscle Milk Aston Martin Racing United States #33 Level 5 Motorsports United States #06 Core Autosport United States #56 BMW Team RLL United States #54 Black Swan Racing Results
Germany Klaus Graf
Germany Lucas Luhr
United States Scott Tucker
France Christophe Bouchut
United States Gunnar Jeannette
Mexico Ricardo González
Germany Dirk Müller
United States Joey Hand
United States Tim Pappas
Netherlands Jeroen Bleekemolen
3 Lime Rock United States #16 Dyson Racing Team Did Not Participate United States #63 Genoa Racing United States #56 BMW Team RLL United States #68 TRG Results
United States Chris Dyson
United Kingdom Guy Smith
United States Eric Lux
United States Elton Julian
Germany Dirk Müller
United States Joey Hand
South Africa Dion von Moltke
United States Mike Piera
4 Mosport United States #6 Muscle Milk Aston Martin Racing Did Not Participate United States #06 Core Autosport United States #4 Corvette Racing United States #66 TRG Results
Germany Klaus Graf
Germany Lucas Luhr
United States Gunnar Jeannette
Mexico Ricardo González
Denmark Jan Magnussen
United Kingdom Oliver Gavin
United States Duncan Ende
United States Spencer Pumpelly
5 Mid-Ohio United States #6 Muscle Milk Aston Martin Racing Did Not Participate United States #89 Intersport Racing United States #17 Team Falken Tire United States #66 TRG Results
Germany Klaus Graf
Germany Lucas Luhr
Canada Kyle Marcelli
United States Tomy Drissi
Germany Wolf Henzler
United States Bryan Sellers
United States Duncan Ende
United States Spencer Pumpelly
6 Road America United States #6 Muscle Milk Aston Martin Racing United States #055 Level 5 Motorsports United States #52 PR1 Mathiasen Motorsports United States #62 Risi Competizione United States #54 Black Swan Motorsports Results
Germany Klaus Graf
Germany Lucas Luhr
United States Scott Tucker
France Christophe Bouchut
Mexico Luis Díaz
United States Butch Leitzinger
Mexico Rudy Junco, Jr.
Brazil Jaime Melo
Finland Toni Vilander
United States Tim Pappas
Netherlands Jeroen Bleekemolen
7 Baltimore United States #20 Oryx Dyson Racing Did Not Participate United States #37 Intersport Racing United States #17 Team Falken Tire United States #54 Black Swan Racing Results
United Arab Emirates Humaid Al Masaood
United Kingdom Steven Kane
Canada Kyle Marcelli
United States Tomy Drissi
Germany Wolf Henzler
United States Bryan Sellers
United States Tim Pappas
Netherlands Jeroen Bleekemolen
8 Laguna Seca United Kingdom #007 Aston Martin Racing United States #055 Level 5 Motorsports United States #63 Genoa Racing United States #45 Flying Lizard Motorsports United States #66 TRG Results
Mexico Adrián Fernández
Germany Stefan Mücke
Switzerland Harold Primat
United States Scott Tucker
France Christophe Bouchut
Mexico Luis Díaz
United States Eric Lux
United States Elton Julian
United States Michael Guasch
Germany Jörg Bergmeister
United States Patrick Long
United States Duncan Ende
United States Peter Ludwig
United States Spencer Pumpelly
9 Road Atlanta France #8 Peugeot Sport Total United States #33 Level 5 Motorsports United States #52 PR1 Mathiasen Motorsports Italy #51 AF Corse United States #54 Black Swan Racing Results
France Franck Montagny
France Stéphane Sarrazin
Austria Alexander Wurz
United States Scott Tucker
France Christophe Bouchut
Portugal João Barbosa
United States Ken Dobson
France Henri Richard
United Kingdom Ryan Lewis
Italy Giancarlo Fisichella
Italy Gianmaria Bruni
Germany Pierre Kaffer
United States Tim Pappas
Netherlands Jeroen Bleekemolen
Netherlands Sebastiaan Bleekemolen

Championships[edit]

Points were awarded to the top ten cars and drivers which complete at least 70% of their class winner's distance. Teams with multiple entries only score the points of their highest finishing entry in each race. Drivers were required to drive a minimum of 45 minutes to earn points, except for the Long Beach event which required only 30 minutes. Drivers are required to complete a particular amount of the minimum number of laps in order to earn points. The number of laps vary depending on the course size.

Points System[6]
Race Distance Position
1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th
Less than four hours 20 16 13 10 8 6 4 3 2 1
Between four and eight hours 25 21 18 15 13 11 9 8 7 6
More than eight hours 30 26 23 20 18 16 14 13 12 11

Team championships[edit]

Teams with full season entries are awarded points in the team championships. Teams which participated in a partial season or on a race-by-race basis are not included in these championships.

As long as they compete full season and comply with ACO regulations, the top LMP1, LMP2 and GT team at the end of the season receive an automatic entry to the 2012 24 Hours of Le Mans.

LMP1 standings[edit]

[7]

Pos Team Chassis Engine SEB LBH LRP MOS MDO ROA BAL LGA ATL Total
1 United States Dyson Racing Team Lola B09/86 Mazda MZR-R 2.0 L Turbo I4 30 16 20 16 16 21 16 21 30 186
2 United States Muscle Milk Aston Martin Racing Lola-Aston Martin B08/62 Aston Martin 6.0 L V12 0 20 16 20 20 25 10 13 0 124
3 United States Autocon Lola B06/10 AER 4.0 L Turbo V8 0 13 18 13 15 26 85
4 United States Oryx Dyson Racing Lola B09/86 Mazda MZR-R 2.0 L Turbo I4 13 13 0 0 20 18 0 64

LMP2 standings[edit]

[8]

Pos Team Chassis Engine SEB LBH LRP MOS MDO ROA BAL LGA ATL Total
1 United States Level 5 Motorsports Lola B08/80 & Lola B11/40 HPD HR28TT 2.8 L Turbo V6 30 20 25 130
HPD ARX-01g 25 30

LMPC standings[edit]

All teams utilize the Oreca FLM09 chassis with Chevrolet LS3 engine.
[9]

Pos Team SEB LBH LRP MOS MDO ROA BAL LGA ATL Total
1 United States CORE Autosport 26 20 16 20 10 18 13 21 23 167
2 United States Genoa Racing 30 13 20 13 8 21 16 25 20 166
3 United States Intersport Racing 0 16 13 10 20 15 20 18 26 138
4 United States Performance Tech Motorsports 18 0 10 8 4 11 8 11 16 86
5 United States PR1 Mathiasen Motorsports 0 8 13 25 0 9 30 85

GT standings[edit]

[10]

Pos Team Chassis Engine SEB LBH LRP MOS MDO ROA BAL LGA ATL Total
1 United States BMW Team RLL BMW M3 GT2 BMW 4.0 L V8 30 20 20 13 13 21 16 21 26 180
2 United States Corvette Racing Chevrolet Corvette C6.R Chevrolet 5.5 L V8 23 16 2 20 16 13 13 13 23 139
3 United States Flying Lizard Motorsports Porsche 997 GT3-RSR Porsche 4.0 L Flat-6 18 3 16 3 2 15 3 25 30 115
4 United States Team Falken Tire Porsche 997 GT3-RSR Porsche 4.0 L Flat-6 0 10 8 8 20 11 20 0 20 97
5 United States Risi Competizione Ferrari 458 Italia GT2 Ferrari 4.5 L V8 12 13 0 16 0 25 6 11 0 83
6 United States Extreme Speed Motorsports Ferrari 458 Italia GT2 Ferrari 4.5 L V8 13 2 10 2 8 8 2 18 18 81
7 United States Robertson Racing Ford GT-R Mk. VII Élan 5.0 L V8 14 0 13 4 4 6 11 52
8 United States Paul Miller Racing Porsche 997 GT3-RSR Porsche 4.0 L Flat-6 0 0 6 1 3 9 10 6 12 47
9 United States JaguarRSR Jaguar XKR GT Jaguar 5.0 L V8 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6
10 United States West Yokohama Racing Lamborghini Gallardo LP560 GT2 Lamborghini 5.2 L V10 0 1 1

GTC standings[edit]

All teams utilize variations of the Porsche 997 GT3 Cup.
[11]

Pos Team SEB LBH LRP MOS MDO ROA BAL LGA ATL Total
1 United States Black Swan Racing 30 20 10 13 16 25 20 21 30 185
2 United States TRG 26 8 20 20 20 21 8 25 23 171
3 United States Alex Job Racing 13 16 13 10 8 0 16 15 26 117
4 United States Green Hornet/Black Swan Racing 16 0 6 13 10 18 63
5 United States JDX Racing 20 10 6 8 10 0 8 62
6 United States Magnus Racing 14 13 13 13 53
7 United States GMG Racing 0 0 8 15 13 36

Driver championships[edit]

Drivers who participated in races but failed to score points over the course of the season are not listed.

LMP1 standings[edit]

[7]

Pos Driver Team SEB LBH LRP MOS MDO ROA BAL LGA ATL Total
1= United States Chris Dyson United States Dyson Racing Team 30 16 20 16 16 21 16 21 30 186
1= United Kingdom Guy Smith United States Dyson Racing Team 30 16 20 16 16 21 16 21 30 186
2 Germany Klaus Graf United States Muscle Milk Aston Martin Racing 0 20 16 20 20 25 10 13 0 124
3 Germany Lucas Luhr United States Muscle Milk Aston Martin Racing 0 20 16 20 20 25 13 0 114
4= Canada Tony Burgess United States Autocon 13 18 13 15 26 85
4= United States Chris McMurry United States Autocon 13 18 13 15 26 85
5= United Arab Emirates Humaid Al Masaood United States Oryx Dyson Racing 13 13 0 20 18 0 64
5= United Kingdom Steven Kane United States Oryx Dyson Racing 13 13 0 20 18 0 64
6 United States Jay Cochran United States Dyson Racing Team 30 30 60
7= Mexico Adrián Fernández United Kingdom Aston Martin Racing 25 25
7= Germany Stefan Mücke United Kingdom Aston Martin Racing 25 25
7= Switzerland Harold Primat United Kingdom Aston Martin Racing 25 25

LMP2 standings[edit]

[8]

Pos Driver Team SEB LBH LRP MOS MDO ROA BAL LGA ATL Total
1= France Christophe Bouchut United States Level 5 Motorsports 26 20 25 25 30 126
1= United States Scott Tucker United States Level 5 Motorsports 26 20 25 25 30 126
2 Mexico Luis Díaz United States Level 5 Motorsports 30 0 25 23 78
3 Portugal João Barbosa United States Level 5 Motorsports 26 30 56
4 United States Ryan Hunter-Reay United States Level 5 Motorsports 30 30
5= United States Zak Brown United States United Autosports 26 26
5= Sweden Stefan Johansson United States United Autosports 26 26
5= South Africa Mark Patterson United States United Autosports 26 26
6 United Kingdom Marino Franchitti United States Level 5 Motorsports 23 23

LMPC standings[edit]

Drivers in the LMPC category are allowed to drive for more than one car during an event. If a driver is in each car for a minimum of two hours each, he is allowed to score the points from whichever car he chooses.
[9]

Pos Driver Team SEB LBH LRP MOS MDO ROA BAL LGA ATL Total
1= Mexico Ricardo González United States Core Autosport 23 20 16 20 10 13 10 21 23 156
1= United States Gunnar Jeannette United States Core Autosport 23 20 16 20 10 13 10 21 23 156
1= United States Eric Lux United States Genoa Racing 20 13 20 13 8 21 16 25 20 156
2= United States Jon Bennett United States Core Autosport 26 10 8 16 6 18 13 15 18 130
2= United States Frankie Montecalvo United States Core Autosport 26 10 8 16 6 18 13 15 18 130
3 Canada Kyle Marcelli United States Intersport Racing 0 16 13 0 20 11 20 18 26 124
4 United States Elton Julian United States Genoa Racing 20 13 20 21 16 25 0 115
5 United States Tomy Drissi United States Intersport Racing 0 16 13 20 20 13 26 108
6 Mexico Rudy Junco, Jr. United States Core Autosport 23 25 21 23 92
7 United States Anthony Nicolosi United States Performance Tech Motorsports 18 0 10 8 4 11 8 11 16 86
8 United States Jarrett Boon United States Performance Tech Motorsports 0 10 8 4 11 8 11 16 68
9 Germany Jan-Dirk Lueders United States Performance Tech Motorsports 18 11 16 45
10 United Kingdom Ryan Dalziel United States Core Autosport 26 18 44
11= Germany Christian Zugel United States Genoa Racing 20 13 8 0 0 41
11= United States Jon Field United States Intersport Racing 6 10 16 9 41
12= United States Ken Dobson United States PR1 Mathiasen Motorsports 9 30 39
12= United States Henri Richard United States PR1 Mathiasen Motorsports 9 30 39
13 United States Clint Field United States Intersport Racing 16 15 31
14= United States Dane Cameron United States Genoa Racing 30 30
14= Germany Jens Peterson United States Genoa Racing 30 30
14= United Kingdom Ryan Lewis United States PR1 Mathiasen Motorsports 30 30
15 United States Butch Leitzinger United States PR1 Mathiasen Motorsports 25 25
16 United States Chapman Ducote United States Intersport Racing 15 6 0 21
17= United States David Ducote United States Intersport Racing 15 0 15
17= United Kingdom Andy Wallace United States Core Autosport 15 15
18= United States David Cheng United States PR1 Mathiasen Motorsports 13 13
18= Mexico Javier Echeverría United States PR1 Mathiasen Motorsports 13 13
18= Puerto Rico Ricardo Vera United States Intersport Racing 13 13
19= United States James French United States Intersport Racing 9 9
19= United States Michael Marsal United States Intersport Racing 9 9
19= United States Rene Villeneuve United States PR1 Mathiasen Motorsports 9 9
20= United States Alex Figge United States PR1 Mathiasen Motorsports 8 8
20= United States Miles Maroney United States PR1 Mathiasen Motorsports 8 8
21 Australia James Kovacic United States Intersport Racing 6 6

GT standings[edit]

[10]

Pos Driver Team SEB LBH LRP MOS MDO ROA BAL LGA ATL Total
1= United States Joey Hand United States BMW Team RLL 30 20 20 10 10 18 16 21 14 159
1= Germany Dirk Müller United States BMW Team RLL 30 20 20 10 10 18 16 21 14 159
2= United Kingdom Oliver Gavin United States Corvette Racing 20 16 1 20 16 13 13 13 23 135
2= Denmark Jan Magnussen United States Corvette Racing 20 16 1 20 16 13 13 13 23 135
3= United States Bill Auberlen United States BMW Team RLL 26 4 3 13 13 21 8 15 26 129
3= Germany Dirk Werner United States BMW Team RLL 26 4 3 13 13 21 8 15 26 129
4= Germany Jörg Bergmeister United States Flying Lizard Motorsports 18 0 16 0 2 15 0 25 30 106
4= United States Patrick Long United States Flying Lizard Motorsports 18 0 16 0 2 15 0 25 30 106
5= Germany Wolf Henzler United States Team Falken Tire 0 10 8 8 20 11 20 0 20 97
5= United States Bryan Sellers United States Team Falken Tire 0 10 8 8 20 11 20 0 20 97
6= Brazil Jaime Melo United States Risi Competizione 12 13 0 16 0 25 6 11 0 83
6= Finland Toni Vilander United States Risi Competizione 12 13 0 16 0 25 6 11 0 83
7= United States Scott Sharp United States Extreme Speed Motorsports 0 0 10 2 8 8 2 18 18 66
7= United States Johannes van Overbeek United States Extreme Speed Motorsports 0 0 10 2 8 8 2 18 18 66
8 United States Seth Neiman United States Flying Lizard Motorsports 16 3 4 3 1 7 3 7 16 60
9= Monaco Olivier Beretta United States Corvette Racing 23 8 2 6 6 0 4 9 0 58
9= United States Tommy Milner United States Corvette Racing 23 8 2 6 6 0 4 9 0 58
10 Germany Marco Holzer United States Flying Lizard Motorsports 16 4 3 7 7 16 53
11 Brazil Augusto Farfus United States BMW Team RLL 26 26 52
12 United States David Murry United States Robertson Racing 11 0 13 4 4 6 11 49
13= Germany Sascha Maassen United States Paul Miller Racing 0 0 6 1 3 9 10 6 12 47
13= United States Bryce Miller United States Paul Miller Racing 0 0 6 1 3 9 10 6 12 47
14 United States Darren Law United States Flying Lizard Motorsports 16 3 1 3 16 39
15 United States Anthony Lazzaro United States Robertson Racing 11 0 13 4 4 6 38
16 United States Guy Cosmo United States Extreme Speed Motorsports 13 2 0 0 0 0 1 8 13 37
17= United Kingdom Andy Priaulx United States BMW Team RLL 30 30
17= France Patrick Pilet United States Flying Lizard Motorsports 30 30
18 United Kingdom Rob Bell United States Extreme Speed Motorsports 13 13 26
19 United States Andrea Robertson United States Robertson Racing 14 0 0 0 0 0 11 25
20 United States Ed Brown United States Extreme Speed Motorsports 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 8 13 24
21 Germany Martin Ragginger United States Team Falken Tire 20 20
22 Germany Dominik Farnbacher United States Extreme Speed Motorsports 18 18
23= United States David Robertson United States Robertson Racing 14 0 0 0 14
23= United States Boris Said United States Robertson Racing 14 14
24= Finland Mika Salo United States Risi Competizione 12 12
24= France Emmanuel Collard United States Paul Miller Racing 12 12
25= United States Colin Braun United States Robertson Racing 11 11
25= United States Melanie Snow United States Robertson Racing 11 11
26= Brazil Cristiano da Matta United States JaguarRSR 0 6 0 0 0 6
26= Brazil Bruno Junqueira United States JaguarRSR 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6
27= Netherlands Nicky Pastorelli United States West Yokohama Racing 0 1 1
27= Germany Dominik Schwager United States West Yokohama Racing 0 1 1

GTC standings[edit]

[11]

Pos Driver Team SEB LBH LRP MOS MDO ROA BAL LGA ATL Total
1 United States Tim Pappas United States Black Swan Racing 30 20 10 13 16 25 20 21 30 185
2= United States Duncan Ende United States TRG 26 16 20 20 21 6 25 23 157
2= United States Spencer Pumpelly United States TRG 26 16 20 20 21 6 25 23 157
3 Netherlands Jeroen Bleekemolen United States Black Swan Racing 20 16 25 20 21 30 132
4 United States Bill Sweedler United States Alex Job Racing 13 16 13 10 8 0 16 15 26 117
5 South Africa Dion von Moltke United States TRG 18 20 16 4 11 8 11 20 108
6 United States Leh Keen United States Alex Job Racing 13 16 8 16 26 79
7 Republic of Ireland Damien Faulkner United States Black Swan Racing 30 10 13 18 71
8 United States Brian Wong United States Alex Job Racing 13 10 15 26 64
9 United States Peter LeSaffre United States Kelly-Moss Motorsports 16 0 6 13 10 18 63
10 United Kingdom Nick Ham United States JDX Racing 20 10 6 8 10 0 8 62
11 Netherlands Sebastiaan Bleekemolen United States Black Swan Racing 30 0 30 60
12= United States John Potter United States Magnus Racing 14 13 13 13 53
12= United States Craig Stanton United States Magnus Racing 14 13 13 13 53
13= United Kingdom Sean Edwards United States NGT Motorsports 23 18 41
13= United States Peter Ludwig United States TRG 18 23 41
14 Canada Chris Cumming United States JDX Racing 20 8 10 38
15= United States James Sofronas United States GMG Racing 0 0 8 15 13 36
15= United States Alex Welch United States GMG Racing 8 15 13 36
16 United States Andrew Davis United States Kelly-Moss Motorsports 16 6 10 32
17 United States Marc Bunting United States TRG 16 4 8 28
18= United States Henrique Cisneros United States NGT Motorsport 18 9 27
18= United States Carlos Kauffman United States NGT Motorsport 18 9 27
19 Hong Kong Alain Li United States TRG 26 26
20 Venezuela Emilio Di Guida United States TRG 11 11 22
21= United States Mike Piera United States TRG 20 20
21= United States Ben Keating United States TRG 20 20
22 United States Scott Blackett United States JDX Racing 10 8 18
23 United States Bob Faieta United States Kelly-Moss Motorsports 16 16
24 United States Shane Lewis United States Alex Job Racing 15 15
25= United States Chris Thompson United States JDX Racing 6 8 14
25= Hong Kong Matthew Marsh United States Magnus Racing 14 14
26= United States Butch Leitzinger United States Alex Job Racing 13 13
26= Netherlands Jaap van Lagen United States Green Hornet/Black Swan Racing 13 13
27= Germany Dominik Farnbacher United States Porsche Napleton Racing 9 9
27= Denmark David Heinemeier Hansson United States Porsche Napleton Racing 9 9
28 United States Brendan Gaughan United States TRG 8 8

Team changes[edit]

References[edit]

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