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Default TUDOR Championship


Prototype: ALMS P2 and Grand-Am DP cars, plus the DeltaWing. ALMS P2 cars ran on tires of their choosing while Grand-Am DPs used spec rubber from Continental.
The Prototype class uses spec Continentals. DPs have been given more power, better braking and improved cornering capabilities though downforce.
P2 cars have stayed close to their ACO specs.

Prototype Challenge: ALMS PC cars are unchanged from 2013. PC requires the use of at least one driver with a non-pro rating in the lineup.

GT Le Mans: ALMS GT cars, which are now GTLM, serves as the only TUDOR Championship class where open tire competition is allowed.

GT Daytona: Grand-Am GT cars (and the Porsche GT3 Cup cars that comprised the defunct ALMS GTC class). Unlike GTLM, GTD requires the use of at least one driver with a non-pro rating in the lineup.


60 cars at regular events, 67 to 68 for the four endurance events (Daytona, Sebring, Watkins Glen, Road Atlanta).


1st 35 Points
2nd 32 Points
3rd 30 Points
4th 28 Points
5th 26 Points
6th 25 Points
7th 24 Points
8th 23 Points
9th 22 Points
10th 21 Points

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