This past week Speed.com’s John Dagys broke the story of the impending merger between American Le Mans Series (ALMS) and Grand-Am to create a unified North American sport car racing enterprise. The official announcement of the merger is expected this coming Wednesday. In the mean time our friends over at drive have put together a two-part video that shows what went into producing last week’s ALMS race in Baltimore (specifically some of the problems with the track) and then Leo Parente interviews John Dagys about the story and his feelings as to how this impacts motorsport fans in general. As usual, if you can’t see this video please visit ALMS to Merge with Grand-Am to view it directly on PorschePurist.
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