Victory in the BMW M235i Racing Cup class goes to the “Eifelblitz”.
Rotek Racing celebrated a double class victory in the ADAC Nürburgring Six Hours with the increasingly notable Audi TTRS SP4T car and the debuting Audi RS4 SP8 machine at the legendary German track on Sunday.
Closest finish in Bathurst 12 Hour history, with less than 0.5sec covering top two.
Eric Lux, Mark Patterson and Markus Winkelhock net fantastic top-six Bathurst result.
Third place overall for Black Falcon’s Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG GT3 driven by Khaled Al Qubaisi (UAE), Prince Abdulaziz Turki Al Faisal (SAR), Hubert Haupt (GER), Adam Christodoulou (GB) and Jeroen Bleekemolen (NED) at the 24 hours of Dubai.
Leipert Motorsport climbed again the podium - now with the amazing Lamborghini Gallardo FL2 GT3.
There was plenty to cheer about for the British team, but the result was not what the organization wanted.
Dubai Autodrome based team overjoyed with remarkable Pro-Am victory.
Podium finish the consolation for Emirati driver as overnight problems end hopes of another big win for Abu Dhabi Racing.
As the favorites faltered, steady driving from the Swiss team made the difference.
Ram Racing takes it's first 24-hour race finish.
Emirati driver produces battling performance as classic 24-hour endurance race gets off to dramatic start.
Khaled Al Mudhaf had a most challenging and testing time in the Gulf 12h Endurance race that saw several technical and mechanical challenges for the drivers.
Kessel Racing experienced some electric problems and a double gearbox failure.
Outstanding result in first test race as reliability combines with strong pace to achieve 4th place after 12 hours of pushing the new car to the limit in preparation for 2014.
Jeroen Bleekemolen, Bernd Schneider and Khaled Al Qubaisi took the victory on the Yas Marina Circuit by one lap over AF Corse Ferrari.
New Bentley racecar holds third place six hours in to first test race.
The second half gets underway .
A total of 57 cars took the green flag at 11 a.m. PDT Saturday for the start of 25 hours of racing around the 2.58-mile, 15-turn Thunderhill circuit.
Kevin Gleason and his four co-drivers went on to win the 11th annual edition of the longest sports car endurance race in the United States.
Mazda6 SKYACTIV-D Clean Diesel Racecars complete Thunderhill 25-Hour debut.