IMSA Tweaks Balance of Performance Ahead of the Long Beach Grand Prix

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IMSA Tweaks Balance of Performance Ahead of the Long Beach Grand Prix

Photo by Richard Prince for Chevy Racing


IMSA has made minor changes to the Balance of Performance (BoP) tables ahead of next weekend’s Bubba Burger Grand Prix of Long Beach.

The new changes were issued on Wednesday and for GT LE Mans, and Corvette Racing’s C7.Rs were unchanged from the previous BoP set prior to Sebring.

The Porsche 911 RSRs receives a 10kg weight break but will also have a reduction of 2 liters of fuel capacity to 95 liters total.

The Ford GTs will see a reduction in turbo boost across all RPMs and will lose 1 liter of fuel capacity to 89 liters total.

IMSA Tweeks Balance of Performance Ahead of the Long Beach Grand Prix


NBCSN will have live, flag-to-flag coverage of the race beginning at 5 p.m. ET on April 13th. IMSA Radio also will cover the action live on IMSA.com, RadioLeMans.com and SiriusXM Radio.


Source:
competitors.imsa.com

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