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On The Rise – Scott Sharp, Alex Lynn & Joao Barbosa On The Growing State Of IMSA | M1TG

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Five years on since its launch as a merger between the Grand-Am and American Le Mans series, the IMSA Championship is stronger than ever before. Mobil 1 The Grid spoke to the driving force behind the project, Scott Atherton, as well as drivers Scott Sharp, Joao Barbosa and Alex Lynn as they reflect on the changes and improvements made to the series, including the recent introduction of the Daytona Prototype International (DPi).

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