CORE autosport to return to ALMS CORE autosport is preparing for lightning to strike twice in American Le Mans Series (ALMS) competition. Team founder and driver Jon Bennett and team manager Morgan Brady have decided to re-enter their two Le Mans Prototype Challenge (LMPC) cars for the 2012 ALMS season.
CORE autosport’s success came quickly after its debut at Sebring in March 2011. Over nine races, the team racked up two wins, 10 podiums and three pole positions, claiming the ALMS LMPC team championship and the first and second spots in the LMPC driver championship.
During the off-season, CORE autosport is set to expand further by moving into its all-new, purpose-built 30,000 square-foot facility by the end of this month. The new CORE autosport headquarters is located right next door to the team’s parent company, Composite Resources.
The complete 2012 CORE autosport driver lineup will be announced at a later date, but Bennett is confirmed to again climb behind the wheel of the #05 machine to continue his championship quest.
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