At the age of just twenty-three, Sean Rayhall has announced his retirement from motorsport with immediate effect.
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Tequila Patron ESM, BMW Team RLL and Scuderia Corsa Ferrari took pole positions across the three classes at Petit Le Mans on Friday.
Extreme Speed Motorsports and Mazda Team Joest were fastest in practices three and four at Road Atlanta, Corvette finished 1-2 in GT Le Mans in both sessions, while Mercedes and Audi customers topped GT Daytona.
Championship contenders showed good pace in all three classes in the opening two practice sessions at Road Atlanta on Thursday.
Jack Hawksworth took his fourth GT Daytona class pole of the season for 3GT Racing in the #15 Lexus RC F GT3 during qualifying for the 2018 Michelin GT Challenge at VIR.
It was another dominant qualifying performance in the GTLM class at Watkins Glen, despite Corvette Racing breathing down their necks throughout the session.
The fourth round of the 2018 IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship ran caution-free throughout, and saw class victories for Acura Team Penske, Porsche GT Team and 3GT Racing.
Helio Castroneves was quickest in Qualifying at Mid-Ohio, while BMW Team RLL and 3GT Racing took pole honours in the two GT classes.
Dane Cameron confirmed Acura Team Penske as the team to beat this weekend in Mid-Ohio as he led the way in final practice on Saturday morning.
Tristan Vautier, Connor de Phillippi and Daniel Serra all set class lap records at Sebring to take pole position for Saturdays Mobil 1 Twelve Hours.
Ricky Taylor ensured Acura Team Penske remained on top for a second consecutive practice session at Sebring on Thursday.
Sean Rayhall will compete at the Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring and Motul Petit Le Mans along side Jack Hawksworth and David Heinemeir Hansson in the #15 car.
Scott Pruett, the five-time Daytona class winner and a multiple race winner and champion around the globe, will retire from racing after this month’s Rolex 24 at Daytona.
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After their worst result of the season at Watkins Glen, the Wayne Taylor Racing Cadillac bounced back with Ricky Taylor grabbing pole for tomorrow’s race at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park. In GTLM Dirk Werner secured Porsche’s first pole since 2016 Daytona 24 Hours and Sage Karam grabbed Lexus’s first Weathertech Pole.