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    We still don’t know when the 2013 SRT Viper GTS-R will make
    its grand return to the American LeMans Series (ALMS) but a new 39 second video
    of the new race-built Viper in action at Virginia International Raceway could
    be a clue as to when the 2013 GTS-R will make its debut.  This is the second video showing the new
    Viper GTS-R in action but unlike the first one, which was shot at a track where
    the ALMS does not compete – the endurance racing series makes a stop at VIR
    later this year.

    The American LeMans Series rolls into Virginia International
    Raceway on September 15th for the second to last event of the season
    so this 39 second video of the 2013 SRT Viper GTS-R roaring around VIR could be
    a hint as to when the Viper will arrive in the ALMS.  


    Unfortunately, an entry to the series for the
    September 15th stop in Virginia would mean that the Viper team will
    miss five more events before returning. 
    While Dodge, SRT and Mopar fans alike would prefer to see the 2013 Viper
    GTS-R begin beating up Corvettes, Porsches, Ferraris and BMWs as soon as
    possible – the team seems to be taking its time to make sure that everything is
    right with the car before heading back into racing.

    The 2013 SRT Viper GTS-R will likely be used by two teams
    with Dominik Farnbacher, Marc Goossens, Ryan Hunter-Reay and Kuno Wittmer
    taking charge of the driving duties. 
    Arriving for the ALMS race in Virginia would get the Viper back into
    racing in time for the Petit LeMans at Road Atlanta – a race that has seen a
    Viper driver atop the podium in the past.

    Crank up your speakers and enjoy the short video below of
    the 2013 SRT Viper GTS-R in action.  Of
    course, as soon as we find out when the 2013 Viper will return to the ALMS, we
    will make sure that you all know as well!

     
     
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