Bruce Martin, Special to Motorsport.com
Nancy Knapp Schilke
Back in 2000, the Viper GTS-R was the best sports car in the world. Last year in August, the Viper made its in return to the sportscar stage at the ALMS race in Mid-Ohio and now they are making their return to the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
Nancy Knapp Schilke
Ciaran Haggerty and his dad will be part of the Starworks team at the 2013 Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona. The young Scot will be in the team's paddock with not only Dalziel but also Scotsman McNish, Venezuelan Popow and Frenchman Bourdais.
Audi Sport factory driver Allan McNish heads to the USA for the “Roar Before The 24” testing in Daytona, Florida with the Starworks Motorsport team. The Scotsman is one of many racers worldwide that take on the January 24 hour race in a one-off...
Scott Mayer 2012 FIA GT3 Champion will join Gaetano Ardagna Perez, Ivan Bellarosa, Jan Charouz and Brendon Hartley in the #8 Starworks Ford Riley Daytona Prototype.
Pat Jennings, Grand-Am correspondent
By Eric Mauk: One of the more versatile drivers on the planet will take on a new challenge as Sebastien Bourdais joins Starworks Motorsport for this weekend’s Grand-Am event at Watkins Glen
Starworks Motorsport press release
Starworks Motorsport raced with BMW Power in 2008 through 2010.
Five Scottish drivers are in the solid U.K. contingent expected for 51st Rolex 24 at Daytona. Ryan Dalziel and Dario Franchitti are past winners of the challenging race.
Three-times a runner-up, the Scotsman bids for Rolex at Daytona win at eighth attempt. He will share the ride with Sébastien Bourdais, Ryan Dalziel and Alex Popow.
Starworks Motorsport adds IndyCar racer Sébastien Bourdais and sportscar ace Pierre Kaffer to their lineup for the GRAND-AM Rolex Series endurance race at Watkins Glen.
In a one off race with Starworks Motorsport, Allan McNish along with Ryan Dalziel, Sebastien Bourdais and Alex Popow finished 6th their Ford Riley.
The Rolex Sports Car Series head to Road America with Alex Popow and Ryan Dalziel holding the Grand-Am points lead in the Daytona Prototype class.
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.
Peter Baron was already scouting future talent when made the move from driving to team owner in 2005.
Incident-marred qualifying sessions have teams scrambling to prepare back-in-the-pack starting spots potential roadblocks to podiums.
Juan Pablo Montoya fastest in opening Sprint Cup practice.