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10/11/2013

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Lena Gade has been engineer for Le Mans winning Audi.
Katie Crawford has been engineer for Daytona Prototypes in Grand-Am.

Less than a month after announcing their 2014 schedule, the United Sports Car Championship has already made some changes, mostly because of concerns of over-crowded pits and tracks. They will still be at Mosport/CTMP on the previously announced July date, but with only three of the four classes now appearing without the PC class. The number of cars in each class has been capped for all races, with preference being given to full-season entrants, although apparently the numbers could still be increased in some classes if other classes don't receive the maximum number of entrants.

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