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Why the TUDOR United SportsCar Championship Would Be Worth Watching in 2014

As all fans of road racing surely know by now, the Grand-Am Road Racing Series is merging with the American Le Mans Series for the 2014 season, bringing us the TUDOR United SportsCar Championship beginning with the 2014 Rolex 24 at Daytona.  Although road racing has taken a back seat to organizations such as NASCAR and Formula One, 2014 could possibly be the year all of that changes. For one, cars from both series will be racing in combined classes like the Prototype class, which combines the Daytona Prototype from the Grand-Am series with the ALMS P2 and DeltaWing cars. Meanwhile, while the ALMS will be keeping the Prototype Challenge and the GT Le Mans in the new union, the new GT Daytona class will be combining the Grand-Am GT and ...

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