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Miller/Multimatic Mustang, Compass 360 Honda take race wins.
Road America finale has Camaro team five points behind BMW.
Second-place finish helps Liddell, Davis gain GS point lead.
Camaro Z/28 driver passes Kleinubing on last lap.
But the points battle remains too close to call.
Michael Valiante and Chad Gilsinger take ST victory for Honda over Wayne Nonnamaker Porsche.
Valiante, Gilsinger take Street Tuner victory for Honda over Nonnamaker Porsche
Together After 17 Years Daytona, Sebring On Same Schedule.
Roar testing left many unanswered questions.
Following a year in Daytona Prototypes, Team Sahlen returns to its roots.
Continental Tire Sports Car festival at Laguna Seca
Defending winner Westbrook captures TOTAL Pole Award at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca. Edwards takes third GT pole In Stevenson Camaro, Nunez first in GX
The top-10 competitors for the Daytona Prototype championship are separated by only five points and led by Jordan Taylor and Max Angelelli with 269 points.
Pruett/Rojas second in DP, Borcheller/LaMarra take ST point lead.
Kansas Speedway will host the GRAND-AM Rolex Sports Car Series for the first time on Saturday night. In the Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge, Plumb and Longhi can clinch the GS title in Kansas City.
Starworks Motorsport and fellow 4.5L BMW powered DP teams were slapped with a 150 RPM (8200 to 8050 RPM) power restriction by the GA organizers earlier this week.
Max Angelelli and Jordan Taylor back to within 12 points in driver championship with three races left.
Hartley takes up the torch for Starworks, joins Mayer in scoring first Rolex Series victory at Road America. Auberlen, Dalla Lana win GT; Nunez, Miller take GX honors in Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin.
Cameron comes through with first DP TOTAL Pole Award in Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin. Keen, Long capture GT/GX Poles. In the CTSCC qualifying, Heitkotter and Cooke earned the two Pole positions.
Jordan Taylor, the 22-year-old first-year co-driver with veteran Italian Max Angelelli, clocked a fast lap of 2 minutes, 0.575 seconds at 120.861 mph.
Grand-Am Diamond Cellar Classic brought a batch of a good finishes for BMW drivers at Mid-Ohio
BMW drivers in both the Rolex and Continental Series will next compete at Watkins Glen International on June 29-30 at the Sahlen’s Six Hours of the Glen weekend.
Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge returns to action.
Unfortunately, the No. 01 Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates BMW Riley of Scott Pruett and Memo Rojas had the shortest race of their long career.
Starting from the pole-position, co-drivers Scott Pruett, Charlie Kimball, Juan Pablo Montoya, and Memo Rojas completed 709 laps to secure the famous pyramid-shaped trophy and Rolex watches.
Both the #42 and #43 Sahlen BMW-Rileys will feature the upcoming Bruce Willis movie, A Good Day To Die Hard.
Tandy in GT, Lewis in GX also fastest qualifiers
Chip Ganassi Racing's two car team steals front row as Pruett edges out Dixon. Tandy in a Porsche claimed the GT pole and Lewis took the pole in the new GX class.
Simon Pagenaud has raced all over the world, but he about to add the Rolex 24 at Daytona to his resume.
Shaking down MSR's new Ford/Riley was Valiante's focus, but setting fastest lap was a bonus. The new Park Place Porsche was the best in the GT class, while the Napleton Porsche led the new GX class.
The veteran Grand-Am team learned quickly after their move to the DP class. The new Park Place Motosports' Porsche was fastest in the GT class, and for the second day in a row the Napleton Racing Porsche led the way in the new GX class.
Entries continue to build for season-opening 51st Rolex 24 at Daytona
2006 Formula Atlantic and 2010 ALMS champion Pagenaud joins Nonnamaker and Cameron for the Daytona 24 hours in the BMW-Riley Daytona Prototype. The Frenchman was recently named the 2012 IndyCar Rookie of the year.
Pat Jennings – Grand-Am Correspondent
Joe Jennings, Grand-Am Correspondent
Joe Jennings, Grand-Am Correspondent
Pat Jennings, Grand-Am correspondent
Grand-Am Road Racing press release