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Sat 11 Dec 2004
CHAMPCAR/CART: Tracy enters closed wheel world at DaytonaHeadline

CHAMPCAR/CART: Tracy enters closed wheel world at Daytona

The only type of car Paul Tracy has driven with a roof on top is one of his myriad street machines but that will change with the 2005 running of the Rolex 24 at Daytona International Speedway. Paul Tracy. Photo by Linda Rydell. Tracy,...

Tue 12 Oct 2004
Forbes-Robinson, Leitzinger hold on for Barber winHeadline

Forbes-Robinson, Leitzinger hold on for Barber win

Butch Leitzinger and Elliott Forbes Robinson mastered intermittent rain and a slippery track to win their first Rolex Sports Car Series race of the year Sunday in the Porsche 250 presented by Bradley Arant at the Barber Motorsports Park. In doing...

Tue 05 Oct 2004
Taylor, Angelelli win VIR 400Headline

Taylor, Angelelli win VIR 400

Max Angelelli nipped Scott Pruett by .870 seconds -- the closest finish in the five-year history of the Rolex Sports Car Series - to win his third race of the season in the VIR 400 presented by SunTrust at the Virginia International Raceway.

Sun 15 Aug 2004
Papis awarded Watkins Glen poleHeadline

Papis awarded Watkins Glen pole

Grand American Rolex Sports Car Series officials decided to set the starting field for Friday evening's Sahlen's 200 at Watkins Glen International based on Rolex Sports Car Series team points after rain forced the cancellation qualifying on ...

Sat 14 Aug 2004
Theys, Magnussen win at The GlenHeadline

Theys, Magnussen win at The Glen

With the end of the Sahlen's 200 at Watkins Glen International in sight and the rain-drenched track beginning to dry, the race leaders faced a difficult decision during the race's final caution period: pit for slick tires or try to nurse their...

Mon 21 Jun 2004
Pruett, Papis win six hours of The GlenHeadline

Pruett, Papis win six hours of The Glen

The SunTrust Racing Pontiac Riley of Max Angelelli and Wayne Taylor was the class of the 44-car Rolex Sports Car Series field this weekend at Watkins Glen International, but, in the end, it wasn't enough to beat Scott Pruett and Max Papis to the...

Sun 20 Jun 2004
Angelelli storms to The Glen poleHeadline

Angelelli storms to The Glen pole

Sun Trust Racing's Max Angelelli absolutely scorched the track this afternoon during Rolex Sports Car Series qualifying at Watkins Glen International. In doing so, he captured his first pole of the season, lapping the 3.4-mile, 11-turn road course...

Wed 26 May 2004
Smooth sailing for CGR at Mont-TremblantHeadline

Smooth sailing for CGR at Mont-Tremblant

Max Papis and Scott Pruett went into today's race the Mont-Tremblant circuit with the desire to give the Chip Ganassi Racing team their first ever win in the Grand American Rolex Series and they did just that! The two veteran sportscar endurance...

Sun 23 May 2004
Pruett puts CGR on pole at Mont-TremblantHeadline

Pruett puts CGR on pole at Mont-Tremblant

Scott Pruett held nothing back during his qualifying run to give the CompUSA Chip Ganassi Racing No. 01 Lexus Riley its fourth pole this season. His time of 1:28.575 at the Mont-Tremblant road course was 0.152 seconds faster than the SunTrust ...

Tue 02 Mar 2004
Wallace, Duno win wild HomesteadHeadline

Wallace, Duno win wild Homestead

In Saturday's Rolex Sports Car Series Grand Prix of Miami at Homestead-Miami Speedway, the genteel world of endurance sports car racing met the rough-hewn world of American short-track racing, and the result was nothing short of ...

Tue 03 Feb 2004
Bell Motorsports win rain-drenched DaytonaHeadline

Bell Motorsports win rain-drenched Daytona

If the captivating events that unfolded today in the waning moments of the rain-drenched 42nd Rolex 24 Daytona are any indication, the Grand American Rolex Series may indeed be well on its way to changing the face of American sports car ...

Fittipaldi savors victoryHeadline

Fittipaldi savors victory

Here's a pop quiz from the 2004 edition of the Rolex 24 at Daytona. Who is the first Brazilian to take an overall win? For that matter, who is the first NASCAR driver to cop the Rolex watch awarded to the victor? Christian ...

Mon 02 Feb 2004
Bell Motorsports takes victory at DaytonaHeadline

Bell Motorsports takes victory at Daytona

In a surprise late-race finish, the No. 54 Bell Motorsports Pontiac Doran Daytona Prototype inherited the Rolex 24 Hours win, after longtime race leader Tony Stewart (Howard-Boss Motorsports Chevrolet Crawford) spun in the wet...

Notes from the wet Daytona paddockHeadline

Notes from the wet Daytona paddock

With equatorial downpour slowing the Rolex 24 at Daytona pace to a leisurely 87.784mph and later stopping the pace entirely, drivers had little to do but talk about the rain. Race stopped: cars under cover. Photo by Eric Gilbert. When...

Race resumes as rain continues in DaytonaHeadline

Race resumes as rain continues in Daytona

Grand American Road Racing Association officials finally felt it was safe to resume racing after a red flag delay of more than three hours at Daytona International Speedway. The race was halted around 7:42am due to the very slick conditions...

Downpour brings out red flag at DaytonaHeadline

Downpour brings out red flag at Daytona

Slick, wet and windy conditions have defined overnight 2004 running of the Rolex 24 at Daytona International Speedway, yet the team that has prevailed at the front of the overall - and Daytona Prototype field since the sixth hour of running is ...

Crawford on top after eight hours at DaytonaHeadline

Crawford on top after eight hours at Daytona

The Howard-Boss Motorsports Chevrolet Crawford driven by three-time winner Andy Wallace, Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Tony Stewart was leading after eight hours at the rain drenched 42nd Rolex 24 at Daytona International Speedway. ...

NASCAR drivers excel in the wet at DaytonaHeadline

NASCAR drivers excel in the wet at Daytona

Six hours down and eighteen to go. For the NASCAR drivers participating the Rolex 24 at Daytona, the wet track is a new commodity to deal with. For some it's not a problem; for others it's a different story. ...

Sat 31 Jan 2004
New team takes pole at DaytonaHeadline

New team takes pole at Daytona

Endurance specialist Scott Pruett christened Chip Ganassi's first full-time foray into sports car racing in grand fashion this afternoon, smashing the Grand American Road Racing Association Rolex Sports Car Series Daytona Prototype (DP) track...

Tue 27 Jan 2004
New age dawns for Daytona PrototypesHeadline

New age dawns for Daytona Prototypes

Aside from a smattering of NASCAR NEXTEL Cup stars, one look at the 56-car entry list for the upcoming Rolex 24 at Daytona reveals that interest in the Grand American Road Racing Association Rolex Sports Car Series' bold, new, Daytona Prototype ...

Wed 07 Jan 2004
Sneak preview for Daytona 24 Hour raceHeadline

Sneak preview for Daytona 24 Hour race

Bell Motorsports gave the sports car fans and the other Rolex Series Daytona Prototype teams a sneak preview of what to expect from the 2003 championship team for the Grand American season opener, the classic 24 hour race at Daytona International...

Tue 06 Jan 2004
SCC: Bell Motorsports leads Daytona testingHeadline

SCC: Bell Motorsports leads Daytona testing

For the second day in a row, Bell Motorsports led the pre-season Grand American Rolex Series in testing for the Daytona 24 Hours, as the 2003 championship team turned the fastest lap at Daytona International Speedway. The No. 54 Chevrolet Doran...

Mon 05 Jan 2004
SCC: Teams open season with official Daytona testingHeadline

SCC: Teams open season with official Daytona testing

Grand American Rolex Series 2004 season officially began today at Daytona International Speedway for pre-season testing prior to the 42nd Rolex Daytona 24 Hours and the 2003 Daytona Prototypes were the fastest. ...