BMW drivers in both the Rolex and Continental Series will next compete at Watkins Glen International on June 29-30 at the Sahlen’s Six Hours of the Glen weekend.
The closing laps saw an intense battle for the lead between Bill Auberlen and the No. 31 Marsh Racing Corvette of Eric Curra.
Charles Espenlaub finished 11th in the #48 and Al Carter in the #45 came in 16th.
Late hit in the pits as Segal was set to Challenge for the race lead prevents a podium after a competitive race in the No. 61 R.Ferri/AIM Motorsport Racing with Ferrari 458 Italia.
Next up will be the Sahlen’s Six Hours of the Glen at Watkins Glen International on June 28-30.
Only two points now separate the top three teams on the Championship leader board, with the #2 Starworks in third place on 171 points.
Team scored lucky number win 13 in the No. 13 Rum Bum Racing Porsche.
First-time winners Dyer, Novich capture ST for RSR Motorsports and Honda.
Four Porsche customer teams qualify for round six of Rolex Sports Car Season.
For the second consecutive race, John Pew was once again a powerhouse in qualifying.
No. 99 Corvette Daytona Prototype team grids on the outside of row two as Jon Fogarty and Alex Gurney seek third track win In the Diamond Cellar Classic.
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.
With the momentum from this season’s pair of uplifting victories already in-hand, Angelelli and Taylor look to turn the tables once and for all this weekend on a track they love so much.
Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge returns to action.
Round five marks the end of a seven-week break GRAND-AM Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge , but both the crew and drivers have been hard at work since a challenging round four at Road Atlanta.
GRAND-AM Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge: Powell, Ohio, resident Corey Fergus is at home at Mid-Ohio, and Sarah Cattaneo made her return to RSR Motorsports at Mid-Ohio last year.
The first thing that central Ohio race fans will notice about the venerable No. 60 Daytona Prototype from Michael Shank Racing is that it looks a lot different than it has in years past.
As the defending champions, Spirit of Daytona Racing is no stranger to Mid-Ohio victory lane and would love nothing more than to spray the victory champagne from atop the podium once again.