Adding to Chevrolet’s celebration was the victory of the Camaro in the GT in Grand-Am’s Rolex Sports Car Series action.
2013 highlight reel includes North American Endurance Challenge Championship, history-making double win day and strong championship campaigns in both Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge and Rolex Sports Car Series
Chevrolet Racing's Rolex Series roster is comprised of 5 Corvette DP teams and 3 GT teams. There is also strong Chevy presence in the Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge this weekend.
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.
GRAND-AM makes maiden visit to Road Atlanta this weekend; however quite a few of the series drivers have raced at the historic circuit in Georgia
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.
GRAND-AM's Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge put on a good show in the series debut race at Road Atlanta.
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.
Richard Westbrook was the top Corvette qualified with the fifth fastest time.
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.
Edwards out front in bid for fourth consecutive GT win for Stevenson. In the Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge, Buford, Combs lead record-breaking qualifying session in Lexington, Ohio.
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.
GT class stronger than ever, Porsche teams claim 6 of to 10 testing times.
Matt Bell and John Edwards finished 10th in their No. 9 Chevrolet Camaro at the Circuit of The Americas' first Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge race in Texas.
It was a busy morning for the Stevenson Motorsports squad as the Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge Series also held its qualifying session just prior to the Rolex Series session.
The young American duo is looking forward to their third consecutive season co-driving together in the GS Camaro. Stevenson Motorsports will run a car in the Rolex series GT class.
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.
Borcheller, LaMarra Score First ST Victory For Burton Racing.
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.
Bell contested the Continental Tire opener with Stevenson Motorsports GS Camaro. He drove the #51 APR Motorsport Audi R8 in the Rolex 24.
GT victory went to Stevenson Auto Group Chevrolet Camaro and the BGB Motorsports Porsche team won in the GX class. The Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge Series victories went to Freedom Autosport Mazda team in the ST class and the GS went to...
Sunoco Challenge winner Lawrence Davey teams with series regular Mike Skeen in the Mitchum Motorsports #6 Camaro.
Targeting return to Motown podium
John Edwards is 4th driver in GRAND-AM history to win both races on the same day.
Eric Curran: "This isn’t a Chevrolet Camaro type of track so I’m pumped and this puts us in a good point’s position."
Chevrolet will be busy at Road America with teams running the "Bowtie" brand in both GRANDAM series.
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.
After a fire in Wednesday’s practice session, the team had to rally to make repairs to the car, replacing the entire front end and sorting out all the electronics.
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."
Jordan Taylor and Max Angelelli win for third time and regain DP championship lead.
Action Express, Stevenson Motorsports win second straight Sahlen’s Six Hours Miller, Nunez, Terada take one for Mazda In GX.