Michael Shank, owner of the No. 60 Ford Riley: We are as surprised about this as anyone.
Third-placed No. 60 Team in GRAND-AM Rolex Sports Car Series fined and penalized. Penalties will change the team, drivers and manufacturer standings.
A quick final fuel stop for the by Felipe Albuquerque gave the AJR Audi its first win at Daytona
No. 16 Napleton Racing Porsche Cayman S with Shane Lewis, David Donohue, Dr. Jim Norman and Nelson Canache concludes stellar month of January in Daytona’s Victory Lane
The second place No. 30 MOMO/NGT Motorsport Porsche suffered severe damage to the left front. Kuba Giermaziak was driving at the time.
No. 16 Napleton Racing Porsche Cayman S in control from the start with drivers Shane Lewis, David Donohue, Dr. Jim Norman and Nelson Canache.
Shank believes that an appeal would not change the outcome of the penalty on the No. 60 Michael Shank Racing Ford-Riley. The infraction was based on how the motor was set up for the testing process. He hopes this process will be improved.
A. J. Foyt had to forgo his role as the 2012 grand marshal for the Rolex 24 last year, but the former winner at Daytona was present for this year’s event. As usual – except for a few topics – Foyt was willing to give his opinion and thoughts.
Wayne Taylor Racing, Action Express Racing and Spirit of Daytona Corvette DPs finished in the top 5 at the 51st Rolex 24 at Daytona.
The team repaired the left front suspension on the No. 30 MOMO NGT Motorsport Porsche GT3, but the damage was too great to sustain the car to the finish.
The two Ganassi BMW Rileys are fast, the No. 2 Starworks Ford is also strong and the Corvettes are still competitive. Ferrari, Camaro and Audi are beating the Porsches in GT. The GX class is not ready for a 24 hour event.
Alex Job Racing Porsche team were fast on the pace but struggled with the hotter track temperatures in qualifying.
No. 16 Napleton Racing Porsche Cayman S has led nearly every GX lap at the Rolex 24 at Daytona with drivers Shane Lewis, David Donohue, Dr. Jim Norman and Nelson Canache
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.
Best ever finish for Oliver Gavin in Rolex 24 at Daytona.
A splash of fuel costs the Alex Job Racing No. 23 WeatherTech Porsche a podium spot in the Rolex 24
In the new Rolex GRAND-AM GX class, Shane Lewis, David Donohue, Dr. Jim Norman, and Nelson Canache won the inaugural race in a Porsche Cayman.
Franchitti and Kimball were in a title battle on a restart and neither was giving an inch even though they are both from the Chip Ganassi Racing camp!
Magnus Racing Porsche held the GT lead for most of the night and as the fog came to the Daytona International Speedway at sunrise.
In a one off race with Starworks Motorsport, Allan McNish along with Ryan Dalziel, Sebastien Bourdais and Alex Popow finished 6th their Ford Riley.
Alex Job Racing's drivers comment on their stints after the six hour mark in the team's new customer Audi R8.
von Moltke teamed with Oliver Jarvis, Edoardo Mortara and Filipe Albuquerque in the Alex Job Racing Audi R8 for the Daytona event.
Newly christened Velocity Worldwide Corvette DP performs flawlessly at the hands of Angelelli, Jordan Taylor and IndyCar Champ Hunter-Reay.
The WeatherTech Racing Porsche continues to run strong at the front of the GT field and is classified in fifth place at the half-way point of the GRAND-AM Rolex 24 Hour At Daytona.
Alex Job Racing achieves GT class win. APR Motorsport completes one-two success of the Audi R8 GRAND-AM, All three race teams in contention for victory till the end.
Scott Pruett races into record books with his No. 01 TELMEX/Target BMW-Riley.
With only 10 weeks of preparation the No. 3 Corvette DP piloted by Enzo Potolicchio, Stephane Sarrazin, Nicolas Minassian, Anthony Davidson and Pedro Lamy held on to finish in 10th.
The new Doran Ford Dallara with Paul Tracy, Colin Braun, Jim Lowe and Jon Bennett exited early after contact with another DP car.