Bruce Martin, Special to Motorsport.com
Chip Ganassi Racing's two car team steals front row as Pruett edges out Dixon. Tandy in a Porsche claimed the GT pole and Lewis took the pole in the new GX class.
Adding to Chevrolet’s celebration was the victory of the Camaro in the GT in Grand-Am’s Rolex Sports Car Series action.
Joe Jennings, Grand-Am Correspondent
Reigning Indy 500 winner competing for victory in second major event at IMS.
Balzan, Keen lead Scuderia Corsa Ferrari to first GT victory in the Grand-Am Rolex series. Mazda wins again in GX
Pruett and Rojas remain as primary team drivers in 2013. The champions will be joined at Daytona by Montoya, Kimball, Dixon, Franchitti, McMurray and Hand in the two CGRFS BMW Riley Daytona Prototypes.
Cessna expands sponsorship with Ganassi on second Daytona Prototype for Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca
Chip Ganassi Racing's BMW Riley No. 01 still maintains the lead in the Rolex 24 at Daytona. A pair of Ferraris lead the GT class, while the BGB Porsche the GX class.
A sudden downpour at Road America led race officials to cancel Friday’s qualifying session and set the field for Saturday’s race by team points.
Pat Jennings – Grand-Am Correspondent
Pinch-hitter Tagliani leads GT qualifying in R.Ferri/AIM Motorsports Ferrari 458. Long scores fifth GX pole in SpeedSource Mazda
Grand-Am Road Racing press conference
Scott Pruett races into record books with his No. 01 TELMEX/Target BMW-Riley.
Magnus Racing Porsche, Scuderia Corsa Ferrari to start on GT front row. CTSCC qualifying also scrubbed due to weather.
Starting from the pole-position, co-drivers Scott Pruett, Charlie Kimball, Juan Pablo Montoya, and Memo Rojas completed 709 laps to secure the famous pyramid-shaped trophy and Rolex watches.