Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge season opener runs Friday afternoon.
Road America finale has Camaro team five points behind BMW.
Hugh Plumb will open the 2.5-hour IMSA Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge race.
The 2.5-hour race at the historic track marks Round 9 of the 2014 IMSA Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge Championship...
It's Novich's second pole of the season.
John Edwards takes his first series pole position.
Brickyard pole is Stevenson's second in a row.
Second row start for second race in a row
Nick Longhi posted a fast lap time of 2:02.283 seconds.
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 packed 33-car ST field presented a unique traffic challenge for both Burton Racing BMWs.
Hindman earns second consecutive GS pole in Fall-Line BMW M3; Skeer drives CJ Wilson Racing Mazda MX-5 to ST pole in series debut.
Patrick Dempsey and Andrew Davis set to turn the tables in No. 27 Dempsey Racing Porsche 911 GT America following last year’s last-lap pass and close second-place finish
Brad Jaeger turned his fastest lap during qualifying Friday on lap four of five with a time of 1:36.612 in No. 14, John Farano put the No. 41 firmly in the field with a time of 1:37.079.
Mike LaMarra qualified 14th and Greg Strolzoff qualified in 26th position
Curran P2 in Continental Tire GS qualifying for CKS Autosport; Stevenson entries P4 and P5.
The weekend marked the first competition outing for the brand-new car.
The Fall-Line Motorsports BMW M3s fell victim to a shortened qualifying session that allowed only a few green flag laps.
Greg Strelzoff piloted the No. 22 Gold Eagle BMW 128i to 13th position with Mike LaMarra locking 14th on the grid with the BMW Chemicals/Excelda No. 23 128i.
Jade Buford will be joined on the front row by Nick Longhi, second fastest in the Grand Sport (GS) class.
Rum Bum Racing drivers Nick Longhi and Kaz Grala made the most of the open track when the field took the green flag for the 15-minute session.
Goikhberg, Fant notch highest quals positions of season
Qualifying record at Road America for Sean Rayhall
Starting grid determined by combining practice times with Madison Snow on pole for Race 1.
Madison Snow weaved through the wet terrain to capture the BBS Pole Award for the fourth time this season.
Sean Rayhall put on a performance for the fans in the IMSA Cooper Tires Prototype Lites Powered by Mazda Series qualifying to take the pole position at the Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca road course.