Stevenson Automotive Group won the the Porsche 250 and score a second place finish in the Porsche 200.
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.
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
Team claims its first win of the 2012 season.
It’s Bell’s second season in Doran colors but first driving the team’s new Nissan.
GRAND-AM's Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge put on a good show in the series debut race at Road Atlanta.
Johnson captures GS finale at Lime Rock on last-lap pass.
Hacquard, Jones score first career victories for i-Moto after penalty to Valiante in ST
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.
The young American duo is looking forward to their third consecutive season co-driving together in the GS Camaro. Stevenson Motorsports will run a car in the Rolex series GT class.
Rene Rast narrowly misses top-10 for APR Motorsport in stacked GT qualifying
Season’s fourth win extends DP championship lead; Said, Curran Corvette 3rd in GT
Chevrolet will be busy at Road America with teams running the "Bowtie" brand in both GRANDAM series.
Boris said grabs number one qualifying spot in Grand Touring.
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.
John Edwards is 4th driver in GRAND-AM history to win both races on the same day.
Edwards will start the race at the controls of the No. 9 Camaro GS.R before turning the car over to co-driver Matt Bell.
Christian Fittipaldi third-fastest for Action Express in inaugural event.
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."