James Weaver continued to lead Alan McNish by six laps as the 39th Annual Rolex 24 At Daytona ended its tenth hour of racing on the 3.56-mile Daytona International Speedway combination road course and oval track. Weaver was at the wheel of the...
James Weaver continued to lead Alan McNish by six laps as the 39th Annual Rolex 24 At Daytona ended its tenth hour of racing on the 3.56-mile Daytona International Speedway combination road course and oval track.
Weaver was at the wheel of the No. 16 Dyson Racing Ford R&S Mk III; the team ahd replaced the car’s brakes in the last hour. McNish is in the No.12 Risi Competizione Ferrari 333SP. The Dyson team’s second car, No. 20, continues to run in third place overall.
Kelly Collins continues to lead the GTS class in the No. 2 Corvette Racing Chevrolet Corvette C5-R by four laps over the No. 24 Marcos Mantara driven by Herman Buurman. Andy Pilgrim is in third place driving the No. 3 Corvette. Buurman trails Collins by four laps, Pilgrim is another three laps behind. Collins was fourth overall.
In SportsRacer Prototype II, the No. 22 Archangel Motorsport Lola Nissan of Tony Dudek continues to lead the No. 62 Mazda Kudzu of Rich Grupp, Dennis Spencer and Ryan Hampton by ten laps. The No. 22 car is 12th overall, the Kudzu is 25th overall, in a class which has seen much of the field fall by the wayside with mechanical problems.
The No. 31 White Lightning Racing Porsche 911 GT3R of Randy Pobst continues to lead the GT class by one lap over the No. 54 JET Motorsports BMW M3 with Boris Said, Terry Borcheller, Hans Stuck and Tony Jennings. They are seventh overall, one lap and one position behind the class leaders.
The AGT class leader is the No. 11 Chevrolet Camaro driven by Kenny Bupp, Doug Mills, Dick Greer, and Simon Gregg. They are 34th overall, now only five laps ahead of the #44 Team Amick Chevrolet Corvette of David Amick, Joe Varde, Bill Lester and Lyndon Amick. That car has made up two laps on the class leaders in the last hour.