Klaus Graf
Sep 21

Texas-Sized 7th Straight Win For Graf, Luhr

Muscle Milk Pickett Racing's Klaus Graf, Greg Pickett and Lucas Luhr celebrate their seventh consecutive ALMS win. (Photo: LAT Photographic)

Muscle Milk Pickett Racing’s Klaus Graf, Greg Pickett and Lucas Luhr celebrate their seventh consecutive ALMS win. (Photo: LAT Photographic)

Lucas Luhr and Klaus Graf cruised to their seventh consecutive American Le Mans Series presented by Tequila Patrón victory Saturday in the International Sports Car Weekend race, lapping the field twice at Circuit of The Americas.

Luhr and Graf led all the way in the No. 6 Muscle Milk Pickett Racing HPD ARX-03c, completing 83 laps over the two-hour, 45-minute race. Luhr extended his ALMS-leading victory total to 48. The race ran start to finish under the green flag.

With the ALMS competitors racing on the sparkling 3.4-mile layout for the first time, teams had the opportunity to test on Tuesday and Thursday under warm conditions.  Muscle Milk Pickett Racing opted not to test – taking to the track for the first time on a rainy Friday for practice and qualifying.

Aug 31

Muscle Milk Wins Baltimore Crash Fest

30-31 August 2013, Baltimore, Maryland USA #6 Muscle Milk Pickett Racing

Photo Credit: Dan R. Boyd LAT photo USA

In one of the most bizarre races in American Le Mans Series history, Muscle Milk Pickett Racing claimed top honors and clinched the P1 championship following a chaotic and crash-filled Grand Prix of Baltimore.

Lucas Luhr held off Guy Smith to give he and co-driver Klaus Graf their sixth victory in seven races in the No. 6 HPD ARX-03a. It came following a late duel with the No. 16 Dyson Racing Lola B12/60 Mazda, which was at the center of a controversial start that resulted in a six-car pileup and a lengthy red flag for cleanup.