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The Picchio P2 will compete in the 2003 Daytona Prototypes class of the Rolex Sports Car Series. Carbir Race Cars will build the Carbir C4 for the Daytona Prototypes class.
Carbir Race Cars will build the Carbir C4 for the Daytona Prototypes class. Carbir Race Cars will build the Carbir C4 for the Daytona Prototypes class.
Sports car manufacturer Riley & Scott Racing LLC revealed its plans for the Mk XI, which will compete in the Rolex Sports Car Series Daytona Prototypes class in 2003. FABCAR Engineering released its latest Daytona Prototype renderings showing the inside of the car.
The Picchio P2 will compete in the 2003 Daytona Prototypes class of the Rolex Sports Car Series. Brumos Motor Cars will return to professional competition in 2003 with a FABCAR-designed, Porsche-powered Daytona Prototype coupe. Shown is a rear view rendering of Brumos' Daytona Prototype coupe.
The Rolex Sports Car Series announced its newest class of the race car - the Daytona Prototype - which will make its debut during the 2003 season. Daytona Prototypes will consist of open cockpit roadsters and enclosed coupes. The Rolex Sports Car Series announced its newest class of the race car - the Daytona Prototype - which will make its debut during the 2003 season. Daytona Prototypes will consist of open cockpit roadsters and enclosed coupes.
The Rolex Sports Car Series announced its newest class of the race car - the Daytona Prototype - which will make its debut during the 2003 season. Daytona Prototypes will consist of open cockpit roadsters and enclosed coupes. The Rolex Sports Car Series announced its newest class of the race car - the Daytona Prototype - which will make its debut during the 2003 season. Daytona Prototypes will consist of open cockpit roadsters and enclosed coupes.
Brumos Motor Cars will return to professional competition in 2003 with a Fabcar-designed, Porsche-powered Daytona Prototype coupe. Shown is a rendering of Brumos' Daytona Prototype coupe. Brumos Motor Cars will return to professional competition in 2003 with a Fabcar-designed, Porsche-powered Daytona Prototype coupe, which will be driven by Hurley Haywood and J.C. France.
The Picchio P2 will compete in the 2003 Daytona Prototypes class of the Rolex Sports Car Series.