In his latest column for Motorsport.com, Jan Magnussen explains how the No.3 Corvette squad won the Sebring 12 Hours.
The checkered flag has finally flown in the 12 hour endurance racing classic. IMPECCABLE
Darkness has overcome the famed circuit.
A tough few weeks haven't gotten easier for ESM at Sebring today.
The following is what took place between the fourth and sixth hours of the race.
The power struggle has shifted in favor of the Daytona Prototypes as we hit the three hour mark at Sebring.
The action picked up in all the wrong ways during the second hour at Sebring.
The DeltaWing continues to battle gremlins.
IMSA, the sanctioning body of American sportscar racing, and Le Mans 24 Hours organizer the ACO have agreed a long-term extension to their strategic alliance.
Motorsport.com discussed the rapid progression of the GTD Viper squad with Ben Keating.
The grid has been set for the 12 hour endurance classic.
Development is underway on the DeltaWing GT concept.
The two LM P2s entered for the second round of the Tudor USSC took the fight to the DPs on their home territory .
Front-row start, early race lead for ESM's Ryan Dalziel
Pierre Kaffer and Giancarlo Fisichella and Andrea Bertolini finished in second place in the GTLM class.
Victory in the GTD class went to the Porsche 911 GT America fielded by Seattle/Alex Job Racing with drivers Mario Farnbacher, Ian James, and Alex Riberas.
PR1/Mathiasen Motorsports scored dominant Prototype Challenge triumph.
A milestone for the 2014 IMSA Tudor United SportsCar Champions