Chevrolet team hopes to score its first Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge title.
Six repeat venues, plus the debut at New Orleans.
Four-year deal announced through 2018.
Also wins the race on a wet, treacherous track.
Would likely be a separate class, not rolled into TUDOR or Continental Tire.
Small team has managed to hold its own against big money.
Two-car Ford Mustang team hopes testing there pays off.
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.
This year Colin Thompson has changed teams, from his family-owned Thompson Racing to series powerhouse Kelly Moss Motorsports.
The 56-car field includes 13 cars with at least one of 23 regular 2014 IMSA drivers.
IMSA driver Matt McMurry, 16, this weekend will become the youngest competitor ever in the prestigious 24 Hours of Le Mans sports car race.
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 racing community has lost John Bishop.
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.
Al Carter and teammate James Davison enjoyed a strong showing in Detroit.
Rained-out qualifying meant a mid-pack start for both
Matt Plumb and Nick Longhi combine for fourth consecutive podium and third win at Lime Rock Park.
CJ Wilson Racing Mazda MX-5s Take 2-3.
Teams ready for Lime Rock's 1.5-mile circuit