The No. 69 AIM/FXDD Ferrari took its most recent win at Road America in 2012 and ran better throughout the day than its final result would indicate in this year’s race.
No. 61 R.Ferri/AIM Ferrari adds Kenny Wilden to team with Jeff Segal; No. 69 AIM/FXDD Ferrari of Emil Assentato and Anthony Lazzaro wants to match 2012 win
Second consecutive podium and third of the year keeps the No. 69 AIM/FXDD Ferrari team and drivers in the thick of GRAND-AM Rolex Sports car series GT championship.
The No. 69 AIM Autosport Team FXDD Racing with Ferrari F458 won last year’s GRAND-AM Rolex Sports Car Series GT Championship and has moved off to a strong title defense so far in 2013.
The No. 69 AIM/FXDD F458 scores team’s first Rolex 24 Podium while No. 61 R.Ferri Aim Motorsport Racing with Ferrari F458 runs fast laps in debut.
The AF Waltrip and Extreme Speed Motorsport cars finished eighth and ninth respectively, while the second AIM Autosport with Canadian Remo Ferri and driven by Giancarlo Fisichella, Max Papis, Toni Vilander and Jeff Segal had to retire.
Scott Pruett, Clint Bowyer, Ryan Dalziel. Max Angelelli and other Grand-Am drivers comment on the first three hours of the annual round-the-clock race.
No. 69 AIM/FXDD qualifies 10th and set to race with Assentato, Lazzaro, Longhi and recent addition Wilkins while No. 61 AIM/R.Ferri Ferrari qualifies 12th with Segal, Papis, Fisichella and Vilander
Mark Wilkins to join No. 69 AIM/FXDD Ferrari lineup with Assentato, Lazzaro, Longhi and Cosmo; No. 61 AIM/R.Ferri Ferrari debuts with Segal, Papis, Fisichella and Vilander
The three day testing program with the AIM Autosport FXDD Racing With Ferrari teams completes preparation for the Rolex 24 at Daytona.
Assentato, Lazzaro, Longhi and Cosmo are in the No. 69 Ferrari F458; Segal and Papis to be joined by Fisichella and Vilander in the No. 61 Ferrari F458 for this year's round the clock event.