2013 highlight reel includes North American Endurance Challenge Championship, history-making double win day and strong championship campaigns in both Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge and Rolex Sports Car Series
Stevenson Motorsports entered both events at Lime Rock, Rolex Sports Car Series and Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge with the mathematical possibility to win the respective championships.
Balzan, Scuderia Corsa clinch Championships with second-place finish. Ninth-straight runner-up finish secures first GX Crown for Norman while BGB Motorsports claims GX Team title.
Edwards’ GT pole means Team Chevy locks out front rows in both Rolex Series classes
Jordan Taylor and Max Angelelli win for third time and regain DP championship lead.
For their first race in Kansas City, Matt Bell placed the No. 9 Stevenson Automotive Camaro GS.R. sixth fastest in the Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge qualifying.
Stevenson Motorsports manager Mike Johnson: "The only saving grace is that as bad as this day was in both races, I don't think the points have changed that much."
Chevrolet will be busy at Road America with teams running the "Bowtie" brand in both GRANDAM series.
Stevenson Motorsports will return to action in two weeks at the famous Road America circuit in Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin August 8-10.
Alex Gurney and Jon Fogarty Grab Podium Spot in DP to Keep Chevrolet in Engine Manufacturers’ Points Lead.
Taylor captures the TOTAL Pole Award for Brickyard Grand Prix in the Wayne Taylor Racing Velocity Worldwide Corvette DP. Said, Long capture GT/GX Poles at Indianapolis. In CTSCC, Buford, McCumbee were the pole winners.
Edwards led 42 laps, and Liddell 25, making a race high for combined driver laps led during the Sahlen's Six Hours of the Glen.
Action Express, Stevenson Motorsports win second straight Sahlen’s Six Hours Miller, Nunez, Terada take one for Mazda In GX.
Battling leg cramps, Christian Fittipaldi kept the Action Express Racing Corvette SP in front for his and Joao Barbosa’s second consecutive Grand-Am Rolex Series win. Stevenson Motorsports won the GT class.
Liddell, Tremblay capture GT/GX poles for Sunday’s classic.
In the 16-car GT field, the rain held off and a first-time pole winner emerged as Robin Liddell set the fastest time on the Watkins Glen road course.
Edwards out front in bid for fourth consecutive GT win for Stevenson. In the Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge, Buford, Combs lead record-breaking qualifying session in Lexington, Ohio.
Edwards and co-driver Robin Liddell had dominated the GT class in the previous two rounds at Barber Motorsports Park and Road Atlanta.
This win brings John Edwards and Robin Liddell up to second place in the driver championship standings, just five points away from the lead.
Targeting return to Motown podium