Joel Miller and Tristan Nunez piloted the winning No. 27 Freedom Autosport Mazda MX-5. It was Nunez’s first appearance with the team and Miller’s second, but the two showed their adaptability and speed for the duration of the 2.5-hour race.
Riley Technologies stamped its authority on the era by securing the 2013 GRAND-AM Rolex Sports Car Series Manufacturer Championship.
Gregory Liefooghe and Tyler Cooke lead most of the Lime Rock season finale, resulting in a well-deserved finish.
Unfortunately, the race didn’t play out as planned after the No. 76 Columbus Truck/Honda Civic Si lost fourth gear.
After five races and only one top ten to cheer them up, Al Carter and Hugh Plumb realized that the gods of racing were not in their camp for the season.
For TRG-AMR North America, the race was a wild roller coaster ride.
Stevenson Motorsports entered both events at Lime Rock, Rolex Sports Car Series and Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge with the mathematical possibility to win the respective championships.
The two-hour and 45-minute race resulted the No. 4 car finishing 5th and the a 10th place result for the No. 3 car.
First driver championship for both Matt Plumb and Nick Longhi.
Starting from fourth on the GX grid, Norman Pumpelly only needed to complete his minimum drive time to claim the GX Drivers’ Championship.
Christian Fittipaldi: "That wasn’t the way we wanted to finish, but it was a lot of effort from everyone, especially in the second half of the season."
The New York native, Michael Marsal , secured a fifth place finish in the GT class of the GRAND-AM Championship Weekend at Lime Rock Park.
The team had been hoping for a repeat result from last year in the same track.i
Ferrari scores its second consecutive GT-class manufacturer championship. Alessandro Balzan and Scuderia Corsa win Rolex Series driver and team championships.
Magnus Racing championship hopes dashed when damaged early; finishes second in GT title chase.
Win by Wayne Taylor Racing in the season finale at Lime Rock Park capped the championship-winning effort by the seven Corvette DP teams.
Gustavo Yacaman and Justin Wilson made Lime Rock Park look like home as the duo combined for a run to second place.
Velocity Worldwide Corvette duo of Angelelli, Taylor clinch 2013 Rolex Series driver title with third consecutive convincing victory, this time in Lime Rock season finale
Alessandro Balzan and co-driver Leh Keen earned a second place finish today that gave Scuderia Corsa the team championship.
Ryan Dalziel brought the 2 car home in seventh, whilst Pierre Kaffer stopped out on track in the #8 Starworks with only minutes of the race remaining.
Wayne Taylor Racing Corvette DP scored race victory; Marsh Racing Whelan Corvette GT.R took the win in GT
No. 99 Corvette Daytona Prototype holds Championship podium position despite being knocked from season-ending race with 10 minutes remaining
Balzan, Scuderia Corsa clinch Championships with second-place finish. Ninth-straight runner-up finish secures first GX Crown for Norman while BGB Motorsports claims GX Team title.
Angelelli and Taylor dominate Lime Rock Park series finale to earn the Daytona Prototype Drivers' Championship with third straight victory. Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates wins seventh DP Team Championship.
In their first full GRAND-AM Rolex Series season, Balzan and Scuderia Corsa Ferrari take the GT title
Johnson captures GS finale at Lime Rock on last-lap pass.
Miller proves spoiler in CTSCC ST finale at Lime Rock Park. For tomorrow's GS race, Hindman becomes youngest Pole Winner in series’ history.
This year the two B+ Racing drivers and their Fall-Line Motorsports No. 45 Eagle B+ Racing team have not been really lucky.
The No. 81 duo of Gregory Liefooghe and Tyler Cooke improved their position to third in the standings after claiming fourth at Monterey.
Freedom Autosport finished first and second in the ST class during the GRAND-AM Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge race at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca.
The result is the third consecutive podium at the track for the duo Matt Bell and John Edwards, who won both the 2011 and 2012 races at Laguna Seca.
Rob Huff and Marc Basseng eighth and ninth on the Sonoma Raceway in California.