Barbosa and Taylor come to blows as cars enter the pits in the closing stages.
Pierre Kaffer, Giancarlo Fisichella and Oliver Beretta were all GTLM class leaders during the highly competitive 11 hours they were on track.
This race is far from over with close battles for the lead in every class, sans PC.
Both cars have suffered some significant damage.
There have been a lot of changes in the running order since we last gave a major race update.
SpeedSource may not win this race, but they did lead it.
Chip Ganassi Racing currently leads the Rolex 24 Hours at Daytona.
GTLM stars “agree to disagree” over clash that costs BMW squad precious time in Rolex 24.
We've already had a number of cars go to the garage, three hours into the race.
Ricky Taylor addressed the issues.
From the dirt in Tulsa to the high banks of Daytona, Kyle Larson just wants to race.
Joey Hand replaces Memo Rojas at Chip Ganassi Racing this year.
Guy Cosmo will join the VisitFlorida.com Racing team.
Corvette Racing veteran believes GT class is most competitive ever as field gets set for the green flag this afternoon at Daytona International Speedway.
Charlie Kimball had a lot to say as he prepares to go after another Rolex watch.
Katherine Legge is truly the epitome of a race car driver. If it has wheels, she's probably tried it.
16 cars are entered in the main prototype class.
Oliver Gavin becomes 12th GTLM pole winner in 12 races.
Memo Rojas has found a new home with the DeltaWing team.
Michael Shank Racing does it again.
Fifth consecutive pole!
Michael Shank Racing gave the Ligier JS P2 the eighth pole position of its fledgling career on the Daytona International Speedway!
Dinger enters Daytona with a new car and a new attitude.
The first night practice for the Rolex 24 competitors has taken place.
Michael Shank Racing has a perfect weekend going three sessions into it at Daytona.
The PC pole goes to BAR1 Motorsports and the returning Johnny Mowlem.