Mosport: Kristensen, Capello win again

Tom Kristensen moved a step closer to claiming the American Le Mans Series title as he and team-mate Rinaldo Capello took a dominant victory in the Grand Prix of Mosport

Mosport: Kristensen, Capello win again

It was the Audi R8 drivers' third win in the last four ALMS races. They won by a full lap over the Champion Audi R8 of Johnny Herbert and Stefan Johansson. Max Angelelli and JJ Lehto finished third in a Cadillac Northstar LMP 02.

Defending series champion Emanuele Pirro was taken to a local hospital for observation after a heavy crash while battling Kristensen for the lead with just under an hour remaining in the two hour, 45-minute event. The Audi driver was briefly unconscious but was awake when transported.

Jeff Bucknum, Bryan Willman and Chris McMurry took their third win of the season in the LMP 675 class for smaller prototypes, driving a Pilbeam MP84-Nissan to a four-lap victory.

Ron Fellows and Johnny O'Connell won for the fifth time in seven ALMS races this year in the GTS class, driving a Chevrolet Corvette C5-R. Kelly Collins and Andy Pilgrim finished second, one lap behind in another Corvette.

Kevin Buckler and Brian Cunningham took a three-lap win in the GT class in a Porsche 911 GT3 RS.

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