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  The Inside Line: Mike Petersen The American Le Mans Series recently sat down with GT2 class team owner Michael Petersen to get his unique perspective on international sports car racing.
  The Inside Line: Oswaldo Negri Jr. Oswaldo Negri Jr. jumped onto the Grand American radar this year with some great performances in the Michael Shank Racing Daytona Prototype.
  The Inside Line: Forrest Barber and Paul Tracy Paul Tracy was recently announced as the fourth driver in the defending Rolex 24 Hours At Daytona chamions, Bell Motorsports.
  The Inside Line: Butch Leitzinger Interview by David Haueter -- Butch Leitzinger needs no introduction to sportscar racing fans. He ranks right up there with the best sportscar drivers in the world, and has been successful in many different types of cars.
  The Inside Line: 2004 DP Champions to Be: Wallace, Pruett,Papis, Taylor An Interview with Max Papis, Scott Pruett, Wayne Taylor and Andy Wallace
  The Inside Line: Bill Auberlen and Boris Said An interview with the GT title contenders Bill Auberlen and Boris Said.
  The Inside Line: Christian Fittipaldi, Terry Borcheller, Forrest Barber Recently Grand American's Adam Saal led a phone conference with Christian Fittipaldi, Terry Borcheller, and Forrest Barber. The following is a transcript of that teleconference.
  The Inside Line: Jay Policastro TheRaceSite.com's Wayne Nonnamaker got a chance to ask some questions of Jay Policastro
  The Inside Line: Terry Borcheller Terry Borcheller Has A Reputation For Being Very Quick In Just About Any Type Of Car.
  The Inside Line: Oliver Gavin "Olivier and I had an extensive debrief after Portland and it was decided that we should start going to church." -- Oliver Gavin
  The Inside Line: Randy Ruhlman As far as the cars go, Jaguar may still a have an edge in packaging, and with power and some aero, but that gap is narrowing as the tech people try to achieve parity between the makes. -- Randy Ruhlman
  The Inside Line: Chris Dyson "When we made the decision to take on the Lola program two years ago, we always had the intention of beating Audi." -- Chris Dyson
  The Inside Line: Darren Law "Although we are new team, no one on the team is new to racing." When I joined the team at the beginning of the season, I already knew or had worked with half of the people there previously. -- Darren Law
  The Inside Line: Memo Gidley Gidley Talks About the World Challenge
  The Inside Line: Matt Plumb
Matt Plumb Is One Of The Up And Coming Drivers In Pro Sportscar Racing.
  The Inside Line: JJ Lehto An Exclusive Interview by David Haueter
  The Inside Line: Johnny O'Connell Johnny O'Connell of Flowery Branch, Ga., boarded a Paris-bound airliner Friday to prepare for his, and Corvette Racing's, pursuit of a third 24 Hours of Le Mans GTS class win.
  The Inside Line: Dean Martin Dean Martin has made a name for himself driving Ford products in the Grand Am Cup over the last few years. Scoring success in the Ford Focus in Sport Touring II and now the For Mustang in Grand Sport.
  The Inside Line: Clint Field Of all the drivers who will start this year's 24 Hours of Le Mans, few can say they've done it before reaching legal age.
  The Inside Line: Andy Wallace Many racing teams and drivers that regularly compete in the American Le Mans Series will be racing in the 72nd running of the 24 Hours of Le Mans at the Circuit de La Sarthe in France June 12-13.
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