The final Champions of the GRAND-AM Rolex series shared a toast in New York City on Sunday
Ferrari scores its second consecutive GT-class manufacturer championship. Alessandro Balzan and Scuderia Corsa win Rolex Series driver and team 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.
In their first full GRAND-AM Rolex Series season, Balzan and Scuderia Corsa Ferrari take the GT title
Team regains GT championship lead.
Balzan, Keen lead Scuderia Corsa Ferrari to first GT victory in the Grand-Am Rolex series. Mazda wins again in GX
This was the second race behind the wheel of the #63 Ferrari 458 Italia for Leh Keen, the two-time Grand-AM Rolex GT champion.
Next up is the Visitflorida.com Sports Car 250 at Road America in Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin on August 10, 2013.
Rod Randall and Ken Wilden to drive #64 Ferrari 458 Italia.
Leh Keen will join Alessandro Balzan behind the wheel of the #63 Ferrari 458 Italia for the remainder of the season,
The intermittent rain and 6 yellow flags wreaked havoc on team strategies while the high humidity and heat challenged the stamina of the drivers.
Team looks to take lead in North American endurance championship at the Grand-Am Rolex Series race at The Glen.
Scuderia Corsa, the Los Angeles based Ferrari team competing in its first full season of Grand-AM and now Westphal will join Balzan behind the wheel of the #63 Ferrari 458 for the remainder of the season in the Rolex GT class.
At the Rolex Series Grand-Am new venue, Jon Fogarty added to his series pole record at the Circuit Of The Americas. Ferrari drivers Alessandro Balzan and Max Papis take 1-2 in GT session. Chad McCumbee captures his first pole in CTSCC qualifying.
The #63 Ferrari 458 Italia led 107 laps in the GT class and finished 4th, The #64 Scuderia Corsa Ferrrari finished 24th in class.