First driver championship for both Matt Plumb and Nick Longhi.
Johnson captures GS finale at Lime Rock on last-lap pass.
The 2013 final battles will take place this weekend for both the GRAND-AM Rolex Sports Car Series and the Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge.
With just two races remaining in the 2013 championship, Rum Bum Racing enters the race weekend firmly atop the standings with a 51-point lead.
Hacquard, Jones score first career victories for i-Moto after penalty to Valiante in ST
Nick Longhi took third on the GRAND-AM Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge grid
Joe Varde is having a great time watching his race car, the No. 13 Porsche earn victories and points this season in the Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge
No. 13 Rum Bum Racing Porsche 997 took the checkered flag on fumes after 2.5-hours of hard racing.
The team will look to score another podium finish in the home state of Jennifer Bacardi, team owner Luis Bacardi’s wife.
The two-day race event opens on Thursday, July 25 with two practice sessions ahead of a 15-minute qualifying session at 3:45 PM (ET).
Rum Bum Racing will be back in action at the fabled Indianapolis Motor Speedway on July 26th as GRAND-AM stages the Brickyard Grand Prix.
McAleer, Miller take Watkins Glen ST victory for CJ Wilson Racing
Team scored lucky number win 13 in the No. 13 Rum Bum Racing Porsche.
First-time winners Dyer, Novich capture ST for RSR Motorsports and Honda.
With the result, Rum Bum Racing maintains the provisional GRAND-AM Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge championship standings with a six-point advantage.
Nick Longhi and Matt Plumb enter the Barber Motorsports Park race weekend leading both the driver and team championship standings in the Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge
Rum Bum Racing leads Grand-Am Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge Championship after COTA event in Austin, Texas.
Formula-1 grade circuit marks the second consecutive top-five start for Luis Bacardi’s Rum Bum Racing so far in the 2013 GRAND-AM season.
The No. 69 AIM/FXDD F458 scores team’s first Rolex 24 Podium while No. 61 R.Ferri Aim Motorsport Racing with Ferrari F458 runs fast laps in debut.
The AF Waltrip and Extreme Speed Motorsport cars finished eighth and ninth respectively, while the second AIM Autosport with Canadian Remo Ferri and driven by Giancarlo Fisichella, Max Papis, Toni Vilander and Jeff Segal had to retire.
The team raced to victory in their debut at Daytona International Speedway with drivers Gian Bacardi and Matt Plumb.