Al Carter brought the #48 home in 7th after driving almost the entirety of the race between the #45 and the #48 car.
The No. 90 VISITFLORIDA.com Corvette DP piloted Ricky Taylor, Richard Westbrook, Antonio Garcia and Oliver Gavin by showed pace and reliability through 24 hours of hard racing.
Stevenson Automotive Group won the the Porsche 250 and score a second place finish in the Porsche 200.
Billy Johnson and Jack Roush Jr. take the GS class win in a Roush Performance Ford Mustang. Skullcandy Team Nissan’s drivers Lara Tallman and Vesko Kozarov take the win in the ST class.
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.
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
A quick final fuel stop for the by Felipe Albuquerque gave the AJR Audi its first win at Daytona
For TRG-AMR North America, the race was a wild roller coaster ride.
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.
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.
Team claims its first win of the 2012 season.
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.
Unfortunately, the race didn’t play out as planned after the No. 76 Columbus Truck/Honda Civic Si lost fourth gear.
Adding to Chevrolet’s celebration was the victory of the Camaro in the GT in Grand-Am’s Rolex Sports Car Series action.
Gregory Liefooghe and Tyler Cooke lead most of the Lime Rock season finale, resulting in a well-deserved finish.