Ricky and Jordan Taylor continued their winning run in Detroit on Saturday, with team boss Wayne Taylor delighted they were able to climb from twelfth on the grid to triumph.
Wayne Taylor Racing Konica Minolta
Five races down, and its five wins for Ricky and Jordan Taylor in 2017, but they had to do it the hard way after a crash during qualifying.
Alex Lynn will join Ricky and Jordan Taylor in the Konica Minolta Cadillac DPi-V.R team for both the Twelve Hours of Sebring and Petit Le Mans in 2017.
Ricky Taylor believed his move on Filipe Albuquerque was fine despite the Portuguese racer being spun around at turn one with just five minutes remaining of the Rolex 24 at Daytona.
Max Angelelli stepped away from racing at the end of the Rolex 24 at Daytona on Sunday, but did so with a second victory under his belt.
Legendary NASCAR ace Jeff Gordon became only the fourth driver in history to double up at Daytona, adding the 24 hour win to his 500 triumph.
The 2017 Rolex 24 at Daytona ended in controversial circumstances as Ricky Taylor spun Filipe Albuquerque round at turn 1 as the duo battled for the lead.
The #10 Wayne Taylor Racing crew continues to lead as the battle in both GTLM and GTD goes down to the wire, with at least four teams in each battle.
Sam Bird saw his chances of victory in the GTD class go up in smoke as he pulled off track towards the end of the twenty-second hour at Daytona.
The #8 Starworks Motorsport car and the #26 BAR1 Motorsports car saw the hour dominated by two caution periods. #10 WTR still leads.
Two caution periods saw limited running during hour thirteen at Daytona, but there was still enough time for the race lead to change.
At the halfway point of the race, the #10 Wayne Taylor Racing car leads as Porsche has taken the lead from Ford in GTLM due to the rain.
The #22 Tequila Patron ESM came out of the pits on cold tyres at the end of the hour, unable to find speed before sliding into the barrier. The #10 now leads.
While the three Cadillacs battle it out for the overall lead of the race the battle between the GT competitors is starting to heat up.
Cadillac lead a 1-2-3 after the first hour of the 2017 Rolex 24 at Daytona.