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Level 5 Motorsports confirms ALMS LMPC entry

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Level 5 Motorsports, the team that took third overall in Grand-Am’s Rolex 24 at Daytona last month have today confirmed that they will join the ALMS Prototype Challenge class for 2010.

The team will compete the full nine-round calendar in an Oreca FLM09 with owner-driver Scott Tucker lining up alongside former Le Mans 24 hours winner Christophe Bouchut.

They’ve also confirmed they will be taking part in the official ALMS winter test on 22-23 Feb at Sebring.

Level 5 is the sixth team to enter an Oreca-built LMPC car, other teams include Green Earth Team Gunnar, Intersport Racing, Genoa Racing, Primetime Race Group and P1 Motorsports/Mathiasen Motorsports.

“We are excited to be racing at Sebring this year in the new Le Mans Prototype Challenge class,” said Level 5 team manager David Stone, “The new LMPC class has certainly been intriguing since it was announced last year. The number of cars continues to increase each week, which should make for some great competition.”

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