Adding to Chevrolet’s celebration was the victory of the Camaro in the GT in Grand-Am’s Rolex Sports Car Series action.
By: Pat Jennings, Sportscar series reporter
Pat Jennings, Sportscar series reporter
GAINSCO/Bob Stallings Racing press release
Win by Wayne Taylor Racing in the season finale at Lime Rock Park capped the championship-winning effort by the seven Corvette DP teams.
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.
It had been a long time since Alex Gurney and Jon Fogarty last won a Rolex Sports Car Series race – Montreal in 2011 to be exact. Saturday, all the stars aligned for the two-time DP champs, who scored a popular home-state victory for GAINSCO/Bob...
Joe Jennings, Grand-Am Correspondent
During the Rolex series practice sessions at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca, the author had the opportunity to check out the entire track from the ground view.
Peter Baron was already scouting future talent when made the move from driving to team owner in 2005.
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.
Max Papis takes GT pole in R. Ferri/AIM Motorsport Ferrari
At least two Texas-based race teams are eager to demonstrate their driving skills in front of their “home town” fans for the first time.
Angelelli and Taylor dominate Lime Rock Park series finale to earn the Daytona Prototype Drivers' Championship with third straight victory. Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates wins seventh DP Team Championship.
Edwards fastest as GM cars take 1-2 in GT session. Espenlaub takes first pole in 11 years in CTSCC qualifying.
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.
Nancy Knapp Schilke