Joel Miller sets fastest lap in GX in final practice prior to qualifying for the Rolex Series. Earlier, Tremblay set the pace for the GX class.
The weekend will be a quick and busy one for MSR as practice and qualifying is set for Saturday ahead of Sunday’s 2.75-hour race which is set to begin at 2:00 PM local time.
Ozz Negri back to his car after suffering what turned out to be a broken leg on his mountain bike last December.
Michael Shank Racing fought back from a crash early in the weekend with one car, led the race convincingly with the sister machine, and then went on to take a podium finish at the checkered flag.
Balzan, Keen lead Scuderia Corsa Ferrari to first GT victory in the Grand-Am Rolex series. Mazda wins again in GX
Kansas Speedway will host the GRAND-AM Rolex Sports Car Series for the first time on Saturday night. In the Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge, Plumb and Longhi can clinch the GS title in Kansas City.
The Shank squad will field the No. 6 driven by Gustavo Yacaman and Justin Wilson, as well as returning to action with the No. 60 “Red Ruby” Riley powered by Ford, piloted by the “Wizard of Ozz” Negri and John Pew.
John Pew and Ozz Negri drove to a fifth place finish while Gustavo Yacaman and Justin Wilson teamed in the No. 6 Ford-Riley to take home sixth at the checkered flag.
No. 60 Ford-Riley Michael Shank Racing entry of John Pew and Ozz Negri will start from the sixth row.
Gustavo Yacaman teams with AJ Allmendinger in the No. 6 Tuvacol/Curb Records/AERO Daytona Prototype Ford-Riley this weekend in Indianapolis.
The Ohio-based squad brings a new sponsor and a new driver line-up for the Brickyard Grand Prix event and with two strong race entries.
While most drivers quickly point to special events or big results as their highlights in the sport, Burt Frisselle’s response might surprise those who don’t know him personally.
The native Brazilian, who calls Miami home, will be taking part in the Mack Cycle International Triathlon in Miami this weekend. Ozz will at the Brickyard Grand Prix.
A momentary spin by the leading car forced Ozz Negri to go off course to avoid contact, ruining the race for Negri.
The first thing that central Ohio race fans will notice about the venerable No. 60 Daytona Prototype from Michael Shank Racing is that it looks a lot different than it has in years past.
The event will mark Michael Shank Racing’s 200th entry in Daytona Prototype competition.
Ozz Negri is still recovering from his leg injury he sustained during the off-season. MSR named Michael Valiante to contest the next two events in the Rolex Grand-Am series.
The two Ford-Rilley of Michael Shank Racing will start from the third and sixth rows of the grid at the GRAND-AM of the Americas.
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.