BRESCIA, Italy — Three hours from the end of Le Mans, the fourth-place semi-privateer DAMS Cadillac Northstar racer snaps a rear wishbone as it passes the pits. When it limps across the line to finish 20th, it's still a couple of places ahead of the two surviving Cadillacs. Despite the Riley & Scott-developed Caddy being overweight and underpowered, there'd been optimistic talk of a podium finish before the race. Now this, a potential outright car beaten by GTS-class Dodge Vipers and ...

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