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European Le Mans Series became a separate series of ALMS in 2001 after two successful events in 2000 that were counted towards American Le Mans Series championship. Some of most famous races outside Europe like Sebring 12 Hours or Petit Le Mans were also part of the European series which became an alternative posibility for top European based prototype and GT entrants' activities along with the two FIA sanctioned series. Rules of ELMS were more liberal especially in prototype classes than in the FIA Sportcar Championship and thus allowed latest Audi or Panoz to race in as well as new LMP675 category which is something like Le Mans version of SR2 class but rules were adjusted so that these cars could fight for overall win.
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