The three day event marked another opportunity for the team to generate new data and familiarity with the new Ford EcoBoost power plant.
The award recipient will be chosen by a panel of motorsports professionals and announced in three weeks on Friday, January 24, 2014.
FIA Land Speed Records Commission homologates the 10-km and 10-mile world records attempted in October.
Colin Braun established fastest-lap standards for 10 kilometers (203.010 mph) and 10 miles (210.017 mph).
FIA Land Speed Records Commission homologates the 10-km and 10-mile world records attempted in October in the No. 14 Michael Shank Racing Ford EcoBoost-powered DP.
Ford’s technologically advanced 3.5-liter V6 EcoBoost® race engine helps set three new speed records at Daytona International Speedway. This time in a Daytona Prototype with Michael Shank Racing and Colin Braun.
Three of the top teams in the Rolex Series commented on the inaugural calendar for the 2014 sportscar series combining the ALMS and GRAND-AM into one series: USCC