With a little over two weeks until this year’s 12 Hours of Sebring, Level 5 Motorsports is working to bring home another race trophy.
The race has an importance to more than just Level 5, it has a long history to racers, fans, and the Florida community:
To get in the right frame of mind, fans may want to revisit last year’s road to victory for Tucker’s team.… Read the rest
Winning a race twice in a row is an accomplishment. Three years in a row, amazing. Four times ground-breaking. Winning a fifth time would be historic, and that’s what Scott Tucker and Level 5 Motorsports hope to do on March 15th when they tackle the 12 Hours of Sebring in Florida.… Read the rest
Now that the inaugural season of the Tudor United Sportscar Championship is underway, it’s time to explain the different classes of cars racing in each event.
There are four general classes competing.
These are considered the most technologically advanced cars racing in North America this year — and, therefore, the fastest ones on the track. … Read the rest
Racing fans can look forward to a behind-the-scenes look at one of the great racing films of all time. The Man & Le Mans will follow Steve McQueen‘s journey in making the landmark 1971 film “Le Mans” — including his struggle to save the movie and see it released.… Read the rest
In the media storm surrounding Scott Tucker’s victory at the Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona, the fact that the Level 5 owner had just earned his 100th career win two days before was overlooked by many.
At the first race of this year’s North American Ferrari Challenge Trofeo Pirelli series, Tucker battled against Ricardo Perez (Ferrari of Houson) to claim the victory. … Read the rest
TUDOR United SportsCar Championship ignited its inaugural season Saturday, January 25th with the 24 hours of Daytona. While the prototypes are interesting design exercises, GTD offers a look at what street cars can do on the track.
After a great test drive in the Roar Before the 24, Level 5 Motorsports owner and driver, Scott Tucker started 4th in the GTD class driving the #555 Ferrari. … Read the rest
The 1998 Test Ferrari driven by Michael Schumacher sold at Barrett Jackson last week in Scottsdale for $1.7 million. There were some tense moments towards the end. I love the way the commentators talked about Michael, some nice insights into his time with Ferrari and about Michael as a driver.… Read the rest