Marc Goossens1969-11-30 (age 50)
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Thomas Ferrando continues his dominating season scoring his third consecutive Elite 2 division win to maintain lead in playoff opener for division in second race of the day at Autodromo di Franciacorta.
Ricky and Jordan Taylor will start this weekend’s WeatherTech Sportscar Championship race at Road America from pole position for Cadillac, outpacing the rest of the field by over a second.
VFR’s endurance-race “third man” Rene Rast says its Riley XXX will better suit Sebring than Daytona, although full-time driver Marc Goossens suggests a strong result in this weekend’s 12 Hours will be a result of reliability rather than pace.
FIA World Endurance Championship LMP2 ace Rene Rast has joined Visit Florida Racing for his first attempt at overall victory in the Rolex 24 Hours at Daytona next month.
2016 IMSA Prototype Challenge class champion Renger van der Zande has announced he will share the #90 Visit Florida Racing Gibson-powered Riley Technologies Mk XXX with Marc Goossens next season.
Corvette Daytona Prototypes are unbeaten in Sahlen’s Six Hours of The Glen
Goossens will take the No. 90 Visit Florida Corvette DP for the traditional run up the hill that is the competition focal point for the event.
The Murphy Prototypes Nissan-powered Oreca 03 open-topped LMP2 prototype was driven by three drivers who already race together regularly with ViperExchange.com SRT Viper GT3 in the USA.
The seventh place result was a disappointing one for the Visit Florida Racing team after showing so much progress throughout the weekend at Chevy’s home track.
Marc Goossens put the No. 90 Visit Florida Racing Corvette Daytona Prototype on the front row for the Chevrolet Sports Car Classic.
The United States leads the entry list for the prestigious endurance race on June 18-19 with 12 cars, 10 of which compete in the WeatherTech Championship.
CORE autosport has winning history as PC Class joins Grand Prix field
Murphy Prototypes has confirmed Ben Keating, Jeroen Bleekemolen and Marc Goosens as its drivers for the 2016 Le Mans 24 Hours.
Daytona Beach-based Visit Florida Racing drove to a third place finish after 24 hours of hard-fought racing.
Visit Florida.com Racing has signed Ryan Dalziel and Marc Goossens as full-season pilots for the No. 90 Corvette DP in the renamed WeatherTech SportsCar Championship for 2016.
Marc Goossens, Al Carter and Cameron Lawrence race the No. 93 Viper GT3-R to second major Endurance victory of 2015.
Tequila Patrón NAEC leaders unveil new livery continuing passion and popularity of patriotic 24 Hours Of Le Mans campaign.
Ben Bowlby is currently heading the Nissan LMP1 project and is the man behind the original DeltaWing project.
Riley Motorsports Dodge pushed all the way by Alex Job Racing Porsche.
Last year’s Rolex 24 came down to the wire in both classes.
Porsche North America sets quickest time of weekend in GTLM.
Jordan Taylor fastest of weekend, Barrichello quickest in wet.
Ford EcoBoost powers hand to top of prototype charts on day 1
This 10-hour race will decide the various champions in the Tequila Patrón North American Endurance Cup.
Special webcast to originate from the Road Atlanta paddock.
Scott Pruett and Memo Rojas have earned Chip Ganassi Racing the overall victory at COTA.
Consistent braking performance helps key last-lap pass for Fisichella.
Edwards, Junqueira, Davison top other three classes at Road America.
Is it better to have a new car or proven model in the GT Le Mans (GTLM) class in this weekend’s Continental Tire Road Race Showcase at Road America?
Bomarito has a best lap of 106.441 mph.
Late-race pass gives ViperExchange.com Dodge Viper SRT GT3-R first GTD victory
Series heading to Canadian Tire Motorsport Park
'The conditions were exhausting'
Are NASCAR drivers athletes? The debate continues...
No. 94 BMW of Turner Motorsport team leads GTD at four hours.
All six SRT Motorsports Viper GTS-Rs drivers - Bell, Bomarito, Farnbacher, Goossens, Hunter-Reay and Wittmer - led laps in the GTLM class during their respective opening stints in the endurance event.
John Edwards (US) recorded a lap time of 1:45.667 minutes at the wheel of the number 56 car, finishing seventh.
Tomorrow pole winner Alex Gurney will lead a field of 67 cars to the green flag in what is arguably the most anticipated sports car race ever held in North America.
The No. 93 SRT Viper GTS-R team qualified third in class with a time of 1:44.617 with driver Jonathan Bomarito behind the wheel at Florida's Daytona International Speedway.
The fastest P2 car qualified 11th overall.
John Edwards recorded a lap time of 1:45.667, while Andy Priaulx followed directly behind his team-mate in eighth, being just five thousands of a second slower.