Rene Rast retained the lead at the end of the 14th Hour of Rolex 24 At Daytona as the race finally went green after a hour long caution due to the rain.
Stevenson Motorsports will be hoping their lucky number 57 brings positive results as the team head to the opening round of the MSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship .
2015 IMSA Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge champions Stevenson Motorsports will launch a two-car GTD assault in the 2016 IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship
Stevenson Motorsports will enter a pair of Chevrolet Camaro in this year’s Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge (CTSCC) season. A well established…
Max Angelelli and Jordan Taylor won the Rolex Series Daytona Prototype championship in emphatic fashion as the Wayne Taylor Racing teammates completed…
John Edwards got the better of a crucial restart with just three minutes remaining to win the Continental Tires Sports Car Challenge (CTSCC) race at Kansas Speedway.
Dane Cameron won his, and Team Sahlens, first Daytona Prototype pole position, setting the fastest lap by over a half second to earn the right to lead the Rolex Series grid for the start of the VISITFLORIDA.com Sports Car 250 at Road America.
Bryan Sellers topped out a superlative day in the Continental Tires Sports Car Challenge for Fall-Line Motorsports, taking the lead of the race on the penultimate lap of the two hour, 30 minute race on the Watkins Glen International circuit.
Christian Fittipaldi and Joao Barbosa mounted a comeback in the final third of the Sahlen’s Six Hours of The Glen to take their second consecutive Rolex Series win. The result was meant Action Express Racing successfully defended the 2012 race win given them by Barbosa and Darren Law.
Rain at Watkins Glen cut short qualifying for the Rolex Series Sahlen’s Six Hours of The Glen, ensuring that the Daytona Prototype field will line up for the start of the race according to points standings.
Joao Barbosa and Christian Fittipaldi gave Action Express Racing their first win of the Rolex Series season, Barbosa passing Richard Westbrook to lead the final 22 laps of the two hour, 45 minute race at Mid-Ohio.