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  The Inside Line: James Clay Any race team has their ups and downs- but the BimmerWorld boys have had more than their fair share this season- from the high of finishing 2-3 on their home track at VIR- to having all three cars leave the race at Watkins Glen with crash damage.
  The Inside Line: Michael Shank Michael Shank Racing team owner Mike Shank recently took a short break from preparations being made for the 2008 Rolex Sports Car Series season to talk about his team's progression after moving from open-wheel sprint car racing to Rolex racing.
  The Inside Line: Nick Longhi Interview by David Haueter
  The Inside Line: Liz Halliday Following three wins, a second place and two thirds in the opening six races of the 2006 American Le Mans Series, Liz Halliday's attention now turns to a pivotal stretch of the season.
  The Inside Line: Al Unser Jr and the Frisselle Brothers About the Sahlen's 6 Hrs An Interview with Al Unser Jr., Burt Frisselle and Brian Frisselle
  The Inside Line: Bill Auberlen An Interview with Two-Time Rolex Series GT Champion Bill Auberlen
  The Inside Line: Craig Nagler Craig Nagler - Tri-Point Engineering - Trackbytes Q&A
  The Inside Line: Roger Edmondson, Max Angelelli, Wayne Taylor, Max Papis and Ter An Interview with Roger Edmondson, Max Angelelli, Wayne Taylor, Max Papis and Terry Borcheller
  The Inside Line: RJ Valentine RJ Valentine has been a driver in pro sportscar racing since 1978, when he made his debut in the IMSA GTO series.
  The Inside Line: Clint Field At last, Clint Field has his championship.
  The Inside Line: Alex Job and Rod Emory An Interview with Alex Job and Rod Emory
  The Inside Line: Bob Stallings, Alex Gurney, Jimmy Vasser and Rocky Moran Jr. We are joined by Bob Stallings, the team owner and driver of the No. 99 GAINSCO Pontiac Riley, and Alex Gurney, his co-driver.
  The Inside Line: Tom Wallace; Corvette's New Chief Engineer Corvette's New Chief Engineer Talks About Racing, Restoring and Teaching Respect for Automobiles
  The Inside Line: Roger Edmondson, Gill Campbell and Michelle Trueman-Gajoch A transcript of the Grand American Teleconference regarding their dates at Mid Ohio and Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca next season.
  The Inside Line: Patrick Long Patrick Long is one of the great success stories in American sportscar racing.
  The Inside Line: Peter Goebel - Farnbacher-Loles Racing Operations Manager Farnbacher-Loles Motorsports, burst onto the North American racing scene in 2005, fielding a Porsche 911 GT3 Cup for 2004 Supercup Champion Wolf Henzler in World Challenge GT, and multiple cars in the new IMSA GT3 Cup series.
  The Inside Line: Brian Frisselle Brian Frisselle is only 21 years old, but is already racing in the top class in the Grand Am Rolex Sports Car Series, where he is teamed with older brother Burt in Synergy Racing's Doran Daytona Prototype (DP).
  The Inside Line: Steve Dinan Founded in 1979, Dinan is most well known for their high performance BMW products and have established themselves as North America's premiere BMW tuner.
  The Inside Line: Scott Atherton ALMS President and CEO Scott Atherton hosted media from around the world at a luncheon in which he proclaimed America's fastest growing race series to be in "an unprecedented growth mode".
  The Inside Line: Newman, da Matta, Bourdais, Sarah Gurtis With us today to talk about that is Mr. Paul Newman, who is the founder of Camp Boggy Creek, one of his many Hole in the Wall camps located around the world.
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