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IMSA Statement Following ACO And FIA Release Of Conceptual Details For The Next Generation Of Prototype Race Car
Posted by: ASkyler on Jun 15, 2018 - 06:38 AM
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IMSA Statement Following ACO And FIA Release Of Conceptual Details For The Next Generation Of Prototype Race Car


Earlier today, the Automobile Club de l’Ouest (ACO) and the Federation Internationale de Automobile (FIA) held a press conference to announce conceptual details of the technical regulations for the next generation of prototype race cars.

The following is IMSA’s response to that announcement:

“We would like to congratulate the ACO and FIA on their release of the conceptual details of the technical regulations for the next generation of prototype race cars. Creating new regulations for a vehicle of this level of sophistication is an enormous task and today’s announcement marks an important, positive milestone.

 
“This is a work in progress. And while a lot of progress has been made there is much still to be done. We look forward to continuing to work closely in the coming months, collaborating with the ACO and FIA and our existing prototype partners, to confirm a viable cost structure for competing in the Prototype class. IMSA continues to be focused on providing attractive opportunities for manufacturers and teams to compete in the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship with a sustainable economic business model. The priority for IMSA is for future regulations to be consistent with the core elements and philosophy that has enabled our existing platform to become so successful.

“We remain committed to our strategic partnership with the ACO for the future growth and success of professional sports car racing worldwide.”

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