DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (February 6, 2004) -- Terry Borcheller and Craig Stanton claimed the Grand-Am Cup Series points lead in the Grand Sport class following their win in the Daytona 250 last week. The pair piloted TheRaceSite.com No. 44 Porsche 996...
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (February 6, 2004) -- Terry Borcheller and Craig Stanton claimed the Grand-Am Cup Series points lead in the Grand Sport class following their win in the Daytona 250 last week. The pair piloted TheRaceSite.com No. 44 Porsche 996 to victory, putting them and the team at the top of the driver and team standings.
Guy Cosmo and Mark Plummer trail the leaders by three points following round one of the Grand-Am Cup Series. Cosmo and Plummer partnered for a second-place finish in the Daytona 250 in the BGB Motorsports No. 38 Porsche. Mike Cronin Jr. and Stu Haynor are tied five-points behind the Grand Sport leaders following their third-place finish in the Unitech Racing No. 33 Nissan 350Z.
The 2003 Sport Touring champion, John Schmitt, got an early jump on his defense of the driver championship with a class victory with co-driver Mike Liebl at the Daytona 250. Schmitt and Liebl teamed in the Bill Fenton Motorsports No. 29 Acura RSX-S for the Sport Touring win that propelled them to the top of point standings.
Steve Pfeffer and Tim Pappas took second-place in the Daytona 250, placing the duo and their Tuner Motorsports No. 97 BMW 330i three points down to the leaders after the first round. Anita Sangi and Neal Sapp picked up a third-place finish in the Sport Touring division in the TC Kline Racing No. 12 BMW Z4, putting them within five points of the leaders.
SPEED Channel will air the Daytona 250 on Saturday, February 14 at 4 p.m. ET. Round two of the Grand-Am Cup Series will be held at Homestead-Miami Speedway, March 27-28.
For additional information on the Grand American Rolex Sports Car Series and the Grand Prix of Miami, visit www.grandamerican.com.