Christian Fittipaldi third-fastest for Action Express in inaugural event.
No. 9 Action Express Racing Corvette DP with Burt Frisselle takes 10th for Saturday’s 2.75-hour Rolex Series race.
Action Express Racing took on a new challenge this weekend in Texas as the two-car GRAND-AM Rolex Sports Car Series effort traveled to Austin, Texas for the GRAND-AM of the Americas presented by GAINSCO and Total at the new Formula 1-grade Circuit...
Double top-five as No. 5 claims victory and No. 9 finishes fifth. The .265-second margin of victory was the second closest in history for Daytona Prototypes in the Sahlen’s 6 Hours of the Glen.
Action Express Racing Corvette DPs lock out 2nd row.
The quick weekend schedule saw GRAND-AM staging two practice sessions ahead of qualifying in the afternoon, with Fittipaldi pushing the No. 5 Corvette DP to fourth on the grid.
Strategy could be key as Action Express Racing is teady to go in Alabama
Christian Fittipaldi and Joao Barbosa led the charge with a run to fourth, Burt and Brian Frisselle coming home fifth to mark the brothers’ third top-five finish.
Burt Frisselle: “Christian and I really threw the team a curve-ball and Elton (Sawyer) and Ian (Watt) really hit it out the park.”
Frisselle brothers will be in the No. 9 while Fittipaldi and Barbosa will share the driving duties in the No. 5