Jan
28-31
All










March
17-20
All















May
14-16
DPi,
LMP3,
GTD




June
11-12
DPi,
GTD,
GTLM




June
24-27
All













July
1-2
Dpi
LMP2



July
16-17
GTLM,
GTD



August
6-8
All










Sept
10-12
All










Sept
24-25
DPi,
GTLM
GTD




Oct 8-10
GTLM,
GTD



Nov
10-13
All
WeatherTech SportsCar Championship
2021 Schedule & Winners
(all times ET)
Date/
Class
Location/
Name/
Length
Winning Drivers
Winning Team / Car
Televised
Daytona
The Rolex 24 Hours










Sebring
Mobil 1 Twelve Hours
of Sebring















Mid-Ohio

2 hour 40 minutes






Belle Isle

1 hour 40 minutes





Watkins Glen
Sahlens's Six Hours
of the Glen
6 hours












Watkins Glen
WeatherTech 240
2 hours 40 minutes




Lime Rock
NorthEast Grand Prix
2 hours 40 minutes



Road America
IMSA Sportscar
Weekend
2 hours 40 minutes








Laguna Seca
Hyundai Monterey
Sports Car
Championship
2 hours 40 minutes








Long Beach
Acura GP of Long
Beach
100 minutes





VIR
Michelin GT Challenge
2 hours 40 minutes


Road Atlanta
Motul Petit Le Mans
10 Hours
THE CLASSES:
Daytona Prototype International (DPi)
Le Mans Prototype 2 (LMP2)
Le Mans Prototype 3 (LMP3)
GT Le Mans (GTLM)
GT Daytona (GTD)
Class
2021 IMSA SPORT CAR SCHEDULE
Jan 30
3:30p-4:30p    - NBC
4:30p-12am  - NBCSN
Jan 31
12a - 2p - NBCSN
2p - 4p    - NBC







March 20
10a   - NBCSN
















May 16
2:30p   - NBCSN







June 12
5 pm - 7 pm - NBCSN







June 27
7 pm - 10 pm  - NBCSN















July 3
8 pm - 11 pm    - NBCSN




July 17
5:30 pm - 8:30 pm -
NBCSN




August 8
8 pm - 11 pm - NBCSN











Sept 21
4pm - 7pm NBCSN











September 25
5p     - NBCSN







October 9
12p    - NBC




October 13
12p    -NBC
3p     - NBCSN
DPi      #10 Wayne Taylor Racing
         Acura

LMP2  #18 Era Motorsports
        Oreca

LMP3  #74 Riley Motorsports
         Ligier

GTLM  #3 Corvette Racing
         Corvette C8

GTD    #57 Winwood Racing -
        Mercedes-AMG

DPi     #5 Mustang Sampling / JDC-
Miller MotorSports - Cadillac

LMP2  PR1 Mathiasen Motorsports
          Oreca

GTLM  #79 WeatherTech Racing
          Porsche 911 RSR-19

LMP3  #54  Core Autosport
          Corvette C8.R

GTD    #9 Pfaff Motorsports
         Porsche 911 DT3R

DPi     #10 Wayne Taylor Racing
        Acura ARX-05

LMP3  #74 Riley Motorsports
        Ligier JS P320

GTD    #96 Turner Motorsport
        BMW M8 GT3


DPi     #01 Cadillac


GTLM #4 Corvette Racing

GTD    #23 Heart of Racing Team
        Aston Martin Vantage GT3


DPi   #55 Mazda Motorsports
      Mazda DPi

LMP2  #52 PR1 Mathiasen Motorsports
         Oreca

LMP3  #2 Ligier JS P320


GTLM  #24 BMW Team RLL
         MBW M8

GTD   #19 GRT Grasser Racing Team
           Lamborghini Huracan GT3


DPi     #10 Konica Minolta
        Acura ARX-05

LMP2  #52 PR1 Mathiasen Motorsports
         Oreca


GTLM #3 Corvette Racing


GTD    #23 Heart of Racing Team
        Aston Martin Vantage GT3


DPi   #31 Whelen Engineering Racing
     Cadillac

LMP2  #18 Era Motorsport
         Oreca

LMP3  #54 Core Autosport
         Ligier JS P320

GTLM  #79 WeatherTech Racing
          Porsche 911 RSR


DPi   #01 Cadillac


LMP2  #18 Era Motorsport
        Oreca

GTLM  #79 WeatherTech Racing
         Porsche 911 RSR

GTD    #96 Turner Motorsport
        BMW M6 GT3


DPi   #31 Whelen Engineering Racing
       Cadillac

GTLM  #4 Corvette Racing

GTD    #1 Paul Miller Racing
        Lamborghini Huracan GT3


GTLM  #4 Corvette Racing

GTD    #9  Pfaff Motorsports
         Porsche 911 GT3R


DPi      #55 Mazda Motorsports
         Mazda DPi

LMP2  #18 Era Motorsport
         Oreca

LMP3  #38 Performance Tech
Motorsports Ligieer JS P320

GTD    #96 Turner Motorsport
        BMW M6 GT3
Filipe Albuquerque, Alex Rossi
Ricky Taylor, Helio Castroneves

Dwight Merriman, Ryan Dalziel
Kyle Tilley, Paul-Loup Chatin

Gar Robinson, Spencer Pigot
Scott Andrews, Oliver Askew

Antono Garcia, Jordan Taylor
Nicky Catsburg

Russell Ward, Maro Engel
Philip Ellis, Indy Dontje

Loic Duval, Tristan Vautier
Sebastien Bourdais

Ben Keating, Mikkel Jensen
Scott Huffaker

Matt Campbell, Cooper MacNeil
Mathieu Jaminet

George Kurtz, Colin Braun
Jonathan Bennett

Laurens Vanthoor, Lars Kern
Zacharie Robichon

Filipe Albuquerque, Ricky Taylor


Felipe Fraga, Gar Robinson


Bill Auberlen, Robby Foley



Kevin Magnussen,
Rengervander Zande

Tommy Milner, Nick Tandy

Ross Gunn, Roman De Angelis



Harry Tincknell, Oliver Jarvis
Jonathan Bomarito

Mikkel Jensen, Scott Huffaker,
Ben Keating

Niklas Kruetten, Austin McCusker,
Edouard Cauhaupe

Jesse Krohn, John Edwards,
Augusto Farfus

Tim Zimmermann, Franck Perera,
Misha Goikhberg


Ricky Taylor,
Filipe Albuquerque

Ben Keating,
Mikkel Jensen


Jordan Taylor, Antonio Garcia


Ross Gunn, Roman De Angelis



Felipe Nasr, Pipo Derani


Ryan Dalziel, Dwight Merriman


Colin Braun, Jonathan Bennett


Matt Campbell, Cooper MacNeil



Rengervander Zande,
Kevin Magnussen

Ryan Dalziel, Dwight Merriman


Matt Campbell, Cooper MacNeil


Bill Auberlen, Robby Foley



Felipe Nasr, Pipo Derani


Tommy Milner, Nick Tandy

Bryan Sellers, Madison Snow



Tommy Milner, Nick Tandy

Laurens Vanthoor,
Zacharie Robichon


Harry Tincknell, Oliver Jarvis,
Jonathan Bomarito

Kyle Tilley, Ryan Dalziel,
Dwight Merriman

Dan Goldburg, Rasmus Lindh,
Malthe Jakobsen

Bill Auberlen, Robby Foley,
Aidan Read
A Le Mans-style start was used for many years in various
types of motor racing.

When the start flag dropped, drivers had to run across the
track to their cars which were parked on the other side,
climb in, start the car, and drive away to begin the race.

Such starts were very unsafe, with drivers possibly rushing
the process of fastening their safety equipment.

At Le Mans in 1969, Jacky Ickx, who always considered
this type of start to be dangerous, decided to walk to his
car instead of running. Taking the time to secure every
thing made him effectively start in the last position but
nevertheless, he went on to win the race.

This staged protest, and the death of John Woolfe in the
first lap, at the Maison Blanche curve, precisely because
he didn't fasten his seat belt, led to the running start being
abolished the following year.
Fun Fact - Le Mans-style Starts
Instead of the cars forming up on the grid before a race, they
were positioned one behind the other on the side of the start /
finish straight closest to the pits, at a slight angle known as
“ear of corn” or in “echelon” style.

At the start, the cars accelerated away one by one, beginning
a formation lap and bunching up before the race begins in
earnest.
12 Hours of Sebring - 1969
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