No. 42 team in GRAND-AM Rolex Sports Car Series fined, penalized
Derek Whitis and Tom Long won the race in the No. 25 Freedom Autosport Mazda MX-5. Rhett O’Doski and Andrew Carbonell followed them in second.
Their 10th place finish for the Porsche 250 puts Brumos in 5th place in the Rolex Series GT team standings.
After the final pit stop, problems in the gearbox started to affect Hugh Plumb's performance.
With the DNF at Barber, Pumpelly falls from second to 14th in the GS Drivers’ Championship.
Stevenson Automotive Group won the the Porsche 250 and score a second place finish in the Porsche 200.
GT victory went to Stevenson Auto Group Chevrolet Camaro and the BGB Motorsports Porsche team won in the GX class. The Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge Series victories went to Freedom Autosport Mazda team in the ST class and the GS went to...
Al Carter brought the #48 home in 7th after driving almost the entirety of the race between the #45 and the #48 car.
Edwards not only qualified the No. 57 Stevenson Auto Group Chevrolet Camaro on the pole position, but shattered the 2010 track record with a 1:26.610 lap time.
Action Express Racing will travel to Road Atlanta in two weeks for Round 4 of the Rolex Series championship.
Third consecutive top-10 finish in the GRAND-AM Rolex Sports Car Series for 8Star Motorsports
Podium finish moves team and drivers within two points of championship lead
A Tough Race at Barber But More Points for Starworks
Saturday's two-hour sprint race ended with 3rd place for Ricky Taylor and Richard Westbrook
Team Chevy drivers capture top-three starting spots in DP and front row in GT.
It was a busy morning for the Stevenson Motorsports squad as the Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge Series also held its qualifying session just prior to the Rolex Series session.
Edwards fastest as GM cars take 1-2 in GT session. Espenlaub takes first pole in 11 years in CTSCC qualifying.
Last year’s Birmingham 250 marked the first win for the Corvette DP.
The third Rolex Sports Car Series event of the year marks the shortest race of the season.
Al Carter to co-drive the No. 45 and No. 48 BMWs at Barber.
In 2012, RSR Motorsports finished third in ST with Trinkler and Mark Congleton in the No. 197 Honda.
The event will mark Michael Shank Racing’s 200th entry in Daytona Prototype competition.
Spirit of Daytona Racing opened the 2013 season with a fifth place finish in the Rolex 24 At Daytona.