The 2013 final battles will take place this weekend for both the GRAND-AM Rolex Sports Car Series and the Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge.
In a close battle for the top spot in the Rolex Series GT point standings, Stevenson entered the Laguna Seca event just three points shy of the lead.
Jordan Taylor and Max Angelelli win for third time and regain DP championship lead.
Christian Fittipaldi third-fastest for Action Express in inaugural event.
Stevenson Motorsports manager Mike Johnson: "The only saving grace is that as bad as this day was in both races, I don't think the points have changed that much."
Alex Gurney and Jon Fogarty Grab Podium Spot in DP to Keep Chevrolet in Engine Manufacturers’ Points Lead.
Matt Bell starts fourth in Brickyard Sports Car Challenge.
Boris said grabs number one qualifying spot in Grand Touring.
Taylor captures the TOTAL Pole Award for Brickyard Grand Prix in the Wayne Taylor Racing Velocity Worldwide Corvette DP. Said, Long capture GT/GX Poles at Indianapolis. In CTSCC, Buford, McCumbee were the pole winners.
Edwards led 42 laps, and Liddell 25, making a race high for combined driver laps led during the Sahlen's Six Hours of the Glen.
The victory is the second consecutive in 2013 for João Barbosa and Christian Fittipaldi in Corvette DP and fourth win in five races for Camaro GT.R piloted by Robin Liddell and John Edwards.
Battling leg cramps, Christian Fittipaldi kept the Action Express Racing Corvette SP in front for his and Joao Barbosa’s second consecutive Grand-Am Rolex Series win. Stevenson Motorsports won the GT class.
Liddell, Tremblay capture GT/GX poles for Sunday’s classic.
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.
Edwards and co-driver Robin Liddell had dominated the GT class in the previous two rounds at Barber Motorsports Park and Road Atlanta.
This win brings John Edwards and Robin Liddell up to second place in the driver championship standings, just five points away from the lead.
Edwards and Liddell score GT “Hat Trick” in Camaro; Miller, Nunez win GX for Mazda.
Stevenson Automotive Group won the the Porsche 250 and score a second place finish in the Porsche 200.
Edwards not only qualified the No. 57 Stevenson Auto Group Chevrolet Camaro on the pole position, but shattered the 2010 track record with a 1:26.610 lap time.
Adding to Chevrolet’s celebration was the victory of the Camaro in the GT in Grand-Am’s Rolex Sports Car Series action.
The Camaro GT.R. driven by John Edwards, Robin Liddell, Tommy Milner and Jan Magnussen was put out of the fight with multiple mechanical issues.
The BMW powered team looks to improve on last years performance at the Daytona 24 hour race.
Stevenson Motorsports finished 2nd in the 2012 Grand-Am Rolex Series championship and 4th in the Rolex 24 at Daytona. They look to do better this year.
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.