With just 10 minutes left in the Grand-Am race on the Circuit of The Americas, there was heartbreak for the flying Kiwi after soaring through the field in Texas.
Roger Miller and Ian James looking forward to their first race at the new Austin track.
Home state race for Texas businessman and team owner Tracy W. Krohn
Ozz Negri, John Pew, Gustavo Yacaman and Antonio Pizzonia ready for first Grand-Am event at the Austin circuit.
Columbian Gustavo Yacaman and Brazilian Antonio Pizzonia will drive the No. 6 Michael Shank Racing Ford-Riley DPG3 in the remaining 11 events of the 2013 Grand-Am Rolex Series.
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.
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.
The new Doran Ford Dallara with Paul Tracy, Colin Braun, Jim Lowe and Jon Bennett exited early after contact with another DP car.
Scott Pruett races into record books with his No. 01 TELMEX/Target BMW-Riley.
The pair drove the No. 61 Roush Performance Mustang Boss 302 R in the GS class of the Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge.
Roger Miller and Ian James bring home the Dempsey Racing prepared Mustang in 10th in the Continential Tire Sports Car Challenge at Daytona.
In a one off race with Starworks Motorsport, Allan McNish along with Ryan Dalziel, Sebastien Bourdais and Alex Popow finished 6th their Ford Riley.
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.