VIR: G&W Motorsports Saturday report

Wagner Puts Rx.com BMW Doran on Fourth Row for VIR 400   ALTON, Va. (September 30, 2004) -- Cort Wagner (Los Angeles, Calif.) will start the Rx.com G&W Motorsports No. 81 BMW Doran on the fourth row in Sunday's VIR 400 presented by SunTrust....

Wagner Puts Rx.com BMW Doran on Fourth Row for VIR 400   ALTON, Va. (September 30, 2004) -- Cort Wagner (Los Angeles, Calif.) will start the Rx.com G&W Motorsports No. 81 BMW Doran on the fourth row in Sunday's VIR 400 presented by SunTrust. Wagner clocked a 1:47.197 lap averaging 109.817 mph around Virginia International Raceway's 3.27-mile, 17-turn full course during Rolex Sports Car Series qualifying.   Wagner will share driving duties in the No. 81 Rx.com Daytona Prototype with Brent Martini (Laguna Beach, Calif.) during the 400-kilometer race.   Mark Greenberg (Boston, Mass.) piloted the No. 77 Porsche GT3 RS, sponsored by NETTS and Louis Boston, during GT qualifying, taking 10th with his 1:59.260 lap at 98.709 mph. Greenberg will team with Spencer Pumpelly  (Mason Neck, Va.) during Sunday's race.   Mae Van Wijk (Kingwood, Texas) qualified 12th in the SGS class at the wheel of the No. 86 Porsche GT3 Cup, sponsored by Quaker State, autobysite.com and Texas Children's Hospital. The 21-year-old rookie driver, who will partner with Craig Stanton (Long Beach, Calif.), recorded a 2:10.549 lap at 90.173 mph during qualifying.   Local driver and state delegate Danny Marshall (Danville, Va.) was not able to record a complete qualifying lap at full speed and will start the No. 80 BMW Picchio, sponsored by Marshall Concrete, at the back of the grid on Sunday. Marshall shares driving duties in the No. 80 Daytona Prototype with his brother Steve Marshall (Blacksburg, Va.) this weekend.   For ticket information visit www.virclub.com. Additional information on the Rolex Series and Grand-Am Series, as well as Zippo Live Timing & Scoring of all on-track activities, is available at www.grandamerican.com.   G&W Motorsports, based outside of Danville, Va., at Virginia International Raceway, is the most successful team in the Rolex Sports Car Series, capturing the inaugural GT championship in 2000, both the GT and GTS championships in 2001 and the SRP II championship in 2003. G&W Motorsports is the only team to compete in every Rolex Series race since the series’ inception, accumulating 15 class wins and more than 50 podium finishes in class. For additional information on G&W Motorsports, visit www.gandwmotorsports.com.   -g&w-

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Series Grand-Am
Drivers Craig Stanton , Brent Martini , Mark Greenberg , Steve Marshall , Danny Marshall , Mae Van Wijk , Cort Wagner