New ALMS races in Mexico and Europe in 2003

New events in Mexico and Europe have been added in an 11-race 2003 American Le Mans Series calendar. The sportscar series will hold its first race in Mexico on the redeveloped Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez in Mexico City, and will return to Europe in May after a one-year absence, at a venue yet to be decided. The season will open with the traditional Sebring 12 Hours on March 15

New ALMS races in Mexico and Europe in 2003

As always, the schedule allows ALMS teams to contest the Le Mans 24 Hours. The European round will be held between the Test Weekend in France and the big race in mid-June.

All races will be televised in the USA, with at least four on network TV. Three will be on NBC Sports and one on CBS, while the remaining six will be on the SPEED Channel. TV coverage for the European round has not been determined.



March 15, Sebring 12 Hours

April 6, Mexico City (MEX)

May TBA, Europe

June 29, Washington

July 27, Infineon Raceway

August 3, Trois-Rivieres (CDN)

August 17, Mosport (CDN)

August 24, Road America

September 7, Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca

September 27, Miami

18 October, Road Atlanta (Petit Le Mans)

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