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Final 2016
Prototype Drivers
Pos Drivers Total
1 Dane Cameron 314
1 Eric Curran 314
2 Joao Barbosa 311
2 Christian Fittipaldi 311
3 Jordan Taylor 309
3 Ricky Taylor 309
4 Oswaldo Negri Jr. 282
5 Marc Goossens 273
6 Tom Long 258
6 Joel Miller 258
7 Tristan Nunez 257
7 Jonathan Bomarito 257
8 John Pew 255
9 Ryan Dalziel 247
10 Katherine Legge 247
11 Sean Rayhall 196
12 Scott Sharp 128
12 Johannes van Overbeek 128
12 Luis Felipe Derani 128
13 Olivier Pla 113
14 Max Angelelli 113
15 Ryan Hunter-Reay 109
16 Spencer Pigot 95
17 Andy Meyrick 91
18 Filipe Albuquerque 88
19 Ed Brown 72
20 Ben Devlin 70
21 Scott Pruett 62
22 Simon Pagenaud 55
23 Rubens Barrichello 53
24 Nicolas Minassian 52
25 Byron DeFoor 46
25 Jim Pace 46
25 David Hinton 46
25 Dorsey Schroeder 46
26 Henrik Hedman 29
26 Nicolas Lapierre 29
27 Brendon Hartley 27
27 Andy Priaulx 27
27 Lance Stroll 27
27 Alex Wurz 27
28 Jonny Adam 26
29 Jamie McMurray 25
29 Scott Dixon 25
29 Tony Kanaan 25
29 Kyle Larson 25
30 Gabby Chaves 25
31 Thomas Gruber 24
32 Keiko Ihara 24
33 Maurizio Mediani 23
33 Kirill Ladygin 23
33 Mikhail Aleshin 23
34 AJ Allmendinger 21
35 Carlos de Quesada 21
35 Dominik Farnbacher 21
35 Cameron Lawrence 21
35 Daniel Morad 21
36 Andreas Wirth 20

Prototype Teams
14 #37 SMP RACING 23

Prototype Manufacturers
1 Chevrolet 338
2 Ligier 324
3 Mazda 304
4 Oreca 56
5 BR 30
Atherton & Mayer: In their own words

Wednesday, January 30, 2008


Proving that there really is no offseason, the leadership of the American Le Mans Series has been hard at work over the winter to fortify the Series for the 2008 season. Scott Atherton and Tim Mayer have been at the forefront as the Series has added new teams, manufacturers and a Green Racing platform that has established the Series as the benchmark among all forms of motorsport in the world. They took some time to visit with media members at the annual Winter Test at Sebring to discuss a few items.

Scott Atherton
Scott Atherton
Series President & CEO
“Thank you everybody for joining us here. In general, I know this is a busy time of year, and some of you had to fight hard to get the green light to be a part of this Winter Test and we appreciate you making that effort and being here with us.

“From the State of the Series address back at Petit Le Mans it literally seems like a year ago now, but it was only a few short months. I can’t remember a time during the ‘offseason’ where we have been busier in every single category.

“The announcement at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit was the culmination of a two-year process and was the biggest announcement in Series history. It was one of the highlights of the American Le Mans Series, but I don’t want that to dominate all we’re here to talk about because of the magnitude of what that announcement means to the Series and our future. I don’t want that to detract from other key topics like content of the series, teams, sponsors, manufacturers - there’s a lot that’s happening. 

“For those of you who may not be instantly aware of the announcement in Detroit, I’ll give you a very brief synopsis - the ultimate executive summary: The collaboration between the American Le Mans Series, SAE International, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Department of Energy was announced. There were three main core elements. One was the fact that these governmental agencies, with the assistance of SAE International, had been working to define the criteria and definition for what is Green Racing. And for everyone who is familiar, there is a lot of self-proclaimed descriptions of ‘Green-ness’ globally - not just in racing, but everywhere. The proactive steps have been taken by these governmental agencies with the oversight of SAE International - and anyone who is familiar with the automotive industry knows that is the gold standard. If you can get an SAE endorsement for whatever you are doing, you know that it is absolutely thorough, it’s legitimate and it’s commendable. What was announced was that the American Le Mans Series is currently the only form of motorsports that meets that strict criteria.

“The other announcement that was made was the creation of the Green Challenge. The Green Challenge is a competition that will be held initially in concert with Petit Le Mans this coming October. This competition is designed to encourage manufacturers to bring new technology that addresses such topics as energy efficiency, emissions controls and reductions, power train technology that is truly cutting edge and potentially technology that we’re not even discussing today. It’s ‘bring us your leading-edge, out-of-the-box thinking’. 

“The Green Challenge is in the course of exhaustive analysis, and there will be a formula that will define - and this is in very layman’s terms - the green score of each vehicle. So one car may win Petit Le Mans in the traditional sense of being the first across the finish line, another car could win the Green Challenge. That doesn’t mean that the Green Challenge winner could run 8-10 seconds off the pace and finish 14th overall because that defeats the purpose of the Green Challenge.

“We’ve taken some arrows in the announcement at Detroit because we did not provide all the details about how one would win the Green Challenge and that’s a fair comment to make. You have to understand the process and protocol that has to be followed in working with these governmental agencies is rigorous to say the least, and nothing is taken at face value. Nothing is done by chance. It is all thoroughly researched and must be completely ratified. That is why the criteria for winning the Green Challenge wasn’t announced at Detroit because it is very much a work in progress involving the governmental agencies, as well as SAE International and our own technical consultants as well. We had to make a conscious decision. Do we forgo the opportunity to make the announcement at Detroit and wait for another opportunity in the future, or do we get this news out and announced so that people can be aware and potentially could be planning for and around it? Obviously, we made the decision to take advantage of being in Detroit to make the announcement with the full understanding that the meat on the bone - the technical part of the Green Challenge - would be forthcoming.  We will be making an announcement in the next 60 days. If you talk to any of the staffers of the EPA, they shake their heads in disbelieve at what we’ve accomplished.”

How long has the Series been thinking about Green Racing?
“The formal reference of Green Racing is two years old. I think that’s a bit of a misnomer because in my mind everything that you see in the media today has some green angle being applied to it. I feel like our platform has never changed. This has always been the category within the greater motorsports landscape that we’ve carved out for ourselves. What I’m referencing to in that statement is it is the relevance of the technology on the race track being transferred to street cars. If you go back to the beginning of auto racing, it was fundamental developments that we kind of laugh about today that were developed on the race track and applied to the streets. Now it has taken on a green priority and that makes our platform green by definition.

“It has snowballed, and is a priority for the manufacturers and for us. We now truly are the - and this is not a tagline from a marketing statement, but this is fact - we are the global leader in this category. We are being held accountable on a global scale.”

Atherton and Mayer meet the press
Tim Mayer
Series & IMSA COO
“I think these are some of the most exciting developments that have happened in motorsports. Scott often says, ‘If you only knew what we know’, and there are also the new teams that have already been announced like the Aston Martin coming into GT2. And the prototype guys haven’t been asleep all winter. From a technical standpoint, we’ve been peppered with questions all winter. If the questions are any indication of what we’re going to be seeing starting in March, I think we’ll possibly be seeing the best racing any of us has ever seen.

“I think the other aspect that’s going to be very interesting is truly that we have come to a culmination of our alternative energy strategy. We’re now seeing a proper free fuel strategy, including the clean diesel, ethanol-enriched gasoline and an ethanol-based fuel. You’ve obviously seen the announcement from Corvette. We’ve had the announcement from England about Drayson-Barwell Motorsport. You can see the true culmination of what we’ve been talking about for the last couple of years - a variety of different energy sources out there on the race track demonstrating their advantages that are directly tied to consumer relevance.

“We’ve not been asleep over the course of the winter. As Scott said, this has been our busiest offseason ever discussing the methodology (of how) we go racing - the way we go yellow, for instance. It’s a lot of small things - one word, two words in the rule book - that we’ve clarified and defined much better and will have a positive impact on the officiating.”

What visions you have for the fans?
“When you look at the alternatives out there for the fans - the consumers - they may not appreciate what they’re seeing on the race track but when they look at the fuel pump and you have an option of regular gasoline, diesel and ethanol. You have to make a decision. Do I want to support people who use toxic additives or do I want to take the cleaner, environmentally friendly option? I think the real goal is to cause people to query their fuel choices and present a range of relevant options.”

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