Slight Change To ALMS Schedule
The 2005 Mosport ALMS event, originally scheduled for August 26-28, has been put back one week, to September 2-4. Both classes of the SPEED World Challenge will now be part of the event.

"The American Le Mans Series decided to make this change to further strengthen our annual event at Mosport International Raceway," said Scott Atherton, President and CEO of the American Le Mans Series. "With a small modification to the series schedule, the American Le Mans Series will provide Mosport fans another incredible weekend of the world's best sports car racing. We have enjoyed record crowds the last two years at Mosport and this adjustment is a testament of the American Le Mans Series' continued commitment of truly being 'for the fans.'"

Conveniently, the date change means avoiding a clash with the GA weekend at Mid-Ohio (August 26-27 – a Saturday race anyway). GA’s Saturday race at Mont Tremblant is followed by the ALMS race at Mid-Ohio on the Sunday, so the only clash of actual race dates is on the Portland (ALMS), Barber (GA) weekend at the end of July.

Mar. 17-19 – 53rd annual Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring, Sebring (FL) International Raceway (SPEED).
Apr. 15-17 – Road Atlanta, Braselton, GA, 2 hours 45 minutes (CBS).
May 20-22 – Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, Lexington, OH, 2 hours 45 minutes (CBS).
July 1-4 – Lime Rock Park, Lakeville, CT , 2 hours 45 minutes (SPEED).
July 15-17 – Infineon Raceway, Sonoma, CA , 2 hours 45 minutes (CBS).
July 29-31 – Portland (OR) International Raceway, 2 hours 45 minutes (SPEED).
Aug. 19-21 – Road America, Elkhart Lake, WI, 2 hours 45 minutes (SPEED).
Sept. 2-4 – Mosport International Raceway, Bowmanville, ON, Canada , 2 hours 45 minutes (SPEED).
Sept. 29-Oct. 1 – Chevy presents Petit Le Mans, Road Atlanta, Braselton, GA , 1,000 miles or 10 hours (SPEED).
Oct. 14-16 – Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca, Monterey, CA, 4 hours.

 

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