Second win for Liddell, Davis nets GS manufacturer championship lead for Chevrolet.
Nick Longhi posted a fast lap time of 2:02.283 seconds.
The Continental Tire 150 at the Glen marks Round 6 of the IMSA Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge.
Michael Valiante and Chad Gilsinger take ST victory for Honda over Wayne Nonnamaker Porsche.
The result sees Rum Bum Racing maintain its position of third in the provisional championship standings.
The No. 6 of Andrew Davis and Robin Liddell will see the green flag fly from the second row while the No. 9 of Matt Bell and Andy Lally will start not far behind in the fourth row.
Nick Longhi turn a fast lap of 1:22.124-seconds and claim the second starting position.
Corey Lewis takes first ST pole for Rebel Rock Racing in Porsche Cayman.
The No. 97 of Michael Marsal and Tom Kimber Smith will compete on the primarily banked 2.37 mile 6-turn road course Saturday night.
CJ Wilson Racing Mazda MX-5s Take 2-3.
Rebel Rock Racing is entered in this weekend's Lime Rock Park event with four cars, two in the GS class and two in the ST class.
Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge Awards On October 3 At Chateau Élan
The win is the second in a row for Randy Pobst and Andrew Carbonell.
Burton Racing had a strong showing in the CTSCC race at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca.
Tim Bell Racing enjoyed their best performance of 2014 thus far at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca this past weekend.
Next up is CTSCC Round 4 will be at Lime Rock Park on May 23-24.
The packed 33-car ST field presented a unique traffic challenge for both Burton Racing BMWs.
The two-car Camaro Z/28.R effort will open the race from the second and fourth rows.
The champion team looks to build momentum in their title defense.
Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca will be jam-packed with sports car events this weekend.
Al Carter will have a lot on his plate this weekend with three different series' to negotiate at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca.
3-Year agreement as Official Automotive Partner of TUDOR Championship, Continental Tire Challenge.
Mazda One-Two in ST led by Freedom Autosport’s Pobst, Carbonell.
Although it may not be the top step on the podium, the #46 drivers John Edwards and Trent HIndman take the Championship lead with today's finish.
Terry Borcheller and Mike LaMarra scored a seventh place position with Connor Bloum and Greg Strolzoff not far behind in 10th.
P2 in Grand Sport and P3 in Street Tuner keeps BMW at the top of the point standings.