Jan 30 | 2012 Rolex 24 At Daytona results

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Results from the 50th Anniversary Rolex 24 At Daytona on Saturday and Sunday, Jan. 28-29.

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – Final results from Saturday and Sunday’s Rolex 24 At Daytona, the first round of the 2012 GRAND-AM Rolex Sports Car Series schedule, with drivers' class starting position in parenthesis, class, drivers, car, laps completed and reason out, if any.
 
1, (6) DP, John Pew/Oswaldo Negri Jr./AJ Allmendinger/Justin Wilson, Ford/Riley, 761.
2. (1) DP, Enzo Potolicchio/Ryan Dalziel/Alex Popow/Lucas Luhr/Allan McNish, Ford/Riley, 761.
3. (8) DP, Michael McDowell/Felipe Nasr/Jorge Goncalvez/Gustavo Yacaman, Ford/Riley 761.
4. (3) DP, Scott Dixon/Juan Pablo Montoya/Dario Franchitti/Jamie McMurray, BMW/Riley, 760.
5. (14) DP, Darren Law/David Donohue/Christian Fittipaldi, Corvette DP, 758.           
6. (13) DP, Scott Pruett/Memo Rojas/Graham Rahal/Joey Hand, BMW/Riley, 757.
7. (10) DP, Brian Frisselle/Burt Frisselle/Jim Lowe/Paul Tracy/Billy Johnson, Ford/Dallara, 748.
8. (5) DP, Antonio Garcia/Richard Westbrook/Oliver Gavin/Jan Magnussen, Corvette DP, 746.
9. (7) DP, Terry Borcheller/JC France/Joao Barbosa/Max Papis, Corvette DP, 739.           
10. (9) DP, Enzo Potolicchio/Marco Andretti/Ryan Hunter-Reay/Michael Valiante/Scott Mayer, Ford/Riley, 736.
11. (3) GT, John Potter/Andy Lally/Richard Lietz/Rene Rast, Porsche GT3, 727.           
12. (39) GT, Steven Bertheau/Marc Goossens/Wolf Henzler/Spencer Pumpelly/Jeroen Bleekemolen, Porsche GT3 727.
13. (1) GT, Leh Keen/Andrew Davis/Hurley Haywood/Marc Lieb, Porsche GT3, 726.
14. (15) GT, Robin Liddell/John Edwards/Ronnie Bremer, Chevrolet Camaro GT.R, 726.
15. (10) GT, Toni Vilander/Olivier Beretta/Andrea Bertolini, Ferrari 458 Italia Grand Am, 726.
16. (24) GT, James Hinchcliffe/Sylvain Tremblay/Dario Franchitti/Jonathan Bomarito, Mazda RX-8, 722. 17. (17) GT, Dominik Farnbacher/Ben Keating/Patrick Pilet/Allan Simonsen, Porsche GT3, 721.
18. (2) GT, Emil Assentato/Jeff Segal/Nick Longhi/Anthony Lazzaro, Ferrari 458 Italia Grand Am, 716.
19. (12) DP, Tracy Krohn/Nic Jonsson/Ricardo Zonta/Colin Braun, Ford/Lola, 713.
20. (7) GT, Jordan Taylor/Paul Edwards/Matthew Marsh/Tom Milner, Chevrolet Camaro GT.R, 713.
21. (26) GT, Joe Foster/Patrick Dempsey/Tom Long/Charles Espenlaub/Charles Putman, Mazda RX-8, 713.
22. (20) GT, Lance Willsey/Nicolas Armindo/Shane Lewis/Bret Curtis/James Sofronas, Porsche GT3, 713.           
23. (5) GT, Dane Cameron/Wayne Nonnamaker/Will Nonnamaker/Joe Nonnamaker, Mazda RX-8, 711.
24. (11) GT, Scott Sharp/Johannes van Overbeek/Ed Brown/Guy Cosmo, Ferrari 458 Italia Grand Am, 707.
25. (23) GT, Michael Avenatti/Bob Faieta/Cort Wagner/Bill Sweedler/Fred Poordad, Porsche GT3, 707.
26. (4) GT, Jorg Bergmeister/Patrick Long/Mike Rockenfeller/Seth Neiman, Porsche GT3, 706.
27. (19) GT, Bill Auberlen/Paul Dalla Lana/Michael Marsal/Dirk Muller/ Dirk Werner, BMW M3, 691.
28. (6) GT, Cooper MacNeil/Butch Leitzinger/Emmanuel Collard/Marco Holzer, Porsche GT3, 689.
29. (13) GT, Carlos Kauffmann/Henrique Cisneros/Sean Edwards/Nick Tandy, Porsche GT3, 688.
30. (34) GT, Gaetano Ardagna/Eduardo Costabal/Emilio DiGuida/Eliseo Salazar/Santiago Orjuela, Porsche GT3, 688.
31. (18) GT, Kevin Roush/Randy Blaylock/Joe White/Darryl O'Young/Brett Van Blankers, Porsche GT3, 681.
32. (11) DP, Byron DeFoor/Brian Johnson/Elliott Forbes-Robinson/Jim Pace/Carlos de Quesada, BMW/Riley, 672            .           
33. (4) DP, Jon Fogarty/Alex Gurney/Memo Gidley, Corvette DP, 672.
34. (36) GT, John Fergus/Dick Greer/John Finger/Mark Hotchkis/Owen Trinkler, Porsche GT3, 665.
35. (25) GT, Robert Kauffman/Michael Waltrip/Travis Pastrana/Rui Aguas, Ferrari 458 Italia Grand Am, 645.
36. (38) GT, Spencer Cox/Mike Hedlund/Jack McCarthy Jr./Jim Michaelian/Joe Castellano, Porsche GT3, 643.
37. (44) GT, Chris Cumming/Kevin Estre/Damien Faulkner/Carlos Gomez/Ben Keating, Porsche GT3, 640.           
38. (28) GT, Douglas Grunnet/Frank DelVecchio/Scott McKee/Randy Pobst/Tony Kester, Porsche GT3, 626, gearbox.
39. (31) GT, Mark Thomas/Bill Lester/John McCutchen/Davy Jones, Porsche GT3, 609.
40. (35) GT, Don Kitch Jr./Daniel Rogers/Rick Johnson/Scott Maxwell/Ian James, Mazda RX-8, 608.
41. (30) GT, Scott Rettich/Jon Miller/Hal Prewitt/Matt Schneider/Darryl Shoff, Porsche GT3, 604.
42. (42) GT, Derek Whitis/Rhett O'Doski/Ian Nater/Scott Dollahite/Marco Seefried, Porsche GT3, 599.
43. (12) GT, Al Carter/Hugh Plumb/Matt Bell/Eric Curran, Chevrolet Camaro GT.R, 577.
44. (21) GT, Ian Baas/Dion von Moltke/Jim Norman/Nelson Canache/Emanuele Pirro, Audi R8 GRAND-AM, 447.
45. (14) GT, Humaid Masaood/Steven Kane/Saeed Al Mehairi, Audi R8 GRAND-AM, 432.                       
46. (8) GT, Martin Ragginger/Jack Baldwin/Claudio Burtin/Bryan Sellers/Sebastian Asch, Porsche GT3, 424.
47. (33) GT, Gunter Schaldach/Franz Engstler/David Murry/Jade Buford, Porsche GT3 Cup, 416.
48. (40) GT, Michael DeFontes/Miro Konopka/Phil Fogg/Jan Vonka/Ronald van de Laar, Porsche GT3, 383, transmission.
49. (16) GT, Ron Yarab Jr./Daniel Graeff/Ryan Eversley/Justin Bell, Porsche GT3 Cup, 310.
50. (37) GT, Jarrett Andretti/John Andretti/Taylor Hacquard/Anders Krohn, Mazda RX-8, 270.
51. (22) GT, Jeffrey Earnhardt/Chris Cook/Doug Harrington/Timmy Hill/ John Ware Jr., Ford Mustang GT, 256, rear end.
52. (9) GT, Bryce Miller/Sascha Maassen/Rob Bell/Mark Wilkins, Porsche GT3, 224, gearbox.
53. (41) GT, Ray Mason/Michael Baughman/Jeff Nowicki/Armand Fumal/Ivo Breukers, Chevrolet Corvette, 172.
54. (45) GT, Gianmaria Bruni/Raphael Matos/Giancarlo Fisichella, Ferrari 458 Italia Grand Am, 154, engine.            
55. (27) GT, Maxime Soulet/Emilio Valverde/Jan Heylen/Doug Peterson/Tony Ave, Dodge Viper,             101.
56. (29) GT, Bill Auberlen/Paul Dalla Lana/Boris Said/Billy Johnson/Jorg Muller, BMW M3, 86.
57. (32) GT, Wayne Nonnamaker/Joe Nonnamaker/Will Nonnamaker, Mazda RX-8, 21.
58. (2) DP, Max Angelelli/Ricky Taylor/Ryan Briscoe, Corvette DP, 14.           
59. (43) GT, Joe Sahlen/Wayne Nonnamaker/Joe Nonnamaker /Will Nonnamaker, Mazda RX-8, 0.           
 
Race Statistics
Winners' average speed
: 112.830 mph
Time of race: 24:00:36.793
Margin of victory: 5.198 seconds
Cautions: 13 for 64 laps
Lead changes: 53 among 22 drivers/10 cars
Lap leaders: Dalziel, 1-25; Pruett, 26-27; E. Potolicchio, 28-30; Gurney, 31-38; Negri, 39-51; Pruett, 52-55; Dixon, 56; Pruett, 57-66; Valiante, 67-73; Gidley, 74-83; Wilson, 94; Luhr, 95-103; McNish, 104-131; Hunter-Reay, 132-141; Allmendinger, 142-146; Hunter-Reay, 147; McNish, 148-161; D. Franchitti, 162; Fogarty, 163; Allmendinger, 164-174; Gavin, 191-203; Dalziel, 233-269; Pruett, 270; Montoya, 271-294; Pruett, 295-297; Rahal, 298-301; Dixon, 302-321; Rahal, 322-325; Dixon, 326-331; McNish, 332-349; Allmendinger, 350-351; McNish, 352-415; Dalziel, 416-490; Wilson, 491-574; Hand, 575-579; Pruett, 580-634; Negri, 635-669; Rahal, 670-671; Allmendinger, 672-673; McNish, 674-686; Allmendinger, 687; Pruett, 688-690; Allmendinger, 691-716; Pruett, 717; Allmendinger, 718-736; Nasr, 737; Allmendinger, 738-761.
Point standings (Top 10, DP): Pew 35, Negri 35, Allmendinger 35, Wilson 35, E. Potolicchio 32, Dalziel 32, Popow 32, Luhr 32, McNish 32, McDowell 30, Nasr 30, Goncalvez 30, Yacaman 30.
Point standings (Top 10, GT):  Potter 35, Lally 35, Lietz 35, Rast 35, Bertheau 32, Goossens 32, Henzler 32, Pumpelly 32, Bleekemolen 32, Keen 30, Davis 30, Haywood 30, Lieb 30.
 

Jan 29 | Michael Shank Racing Captures Historic 50th Anniversary Rolex 24 At Daytona

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On his ninth attempt, team owner Michael Shank finally captured America’s most prestigious sports car race – the 50th Anniversary Rolex 24 At Daytona.

2012 Rolex 24 At Daytona champions
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – On his ninth attempt, team owner Michael Shank finally captured America’s most prestigious sports car race – the 50th Anniversary Rolex 24 At Daytona.

The team of Oswaldo Negri, John Pew, AJ Allmendinger and Justin Wilson in the No. 60 Michael Shank Racing with Curb-Agajanian Ford Riley survived a tight battle for the lead in the final hours to take home the grueling twice-around-the-clock challenge by a 5.198-second margin of victory.

“I feel like we deserved it to be honest,” Shank said. “I think we’ve worked hard. I don’t make any excuses for that. We paid our dues for sure and I hope it can take us to new cool places in the coming years.”

The winning No. 60 car had an average speed of 126.300 mph and turned 761 laps, 2709.16 miles, nearly equivalent of a trip from Daytona Beach, Fla., to Los Gatos, Calif., Allmendinger’s hometown.
The number of laps completed by the winning Shank team was one lap shy of the Rolex 24 all-time record set back in 1992.

Allmendinger, who recently signed with Roger Penske in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, drove the final stint in the No. 60 car. It was Allmendinger’s seventh time racing with Shank in the Rolex 24.

“I feel very fortunate,” Allmendinger said. “This is one of the reasons why I love this race, because it really kicks off Speedweeks. It’s such a prestigious race. It’s one of those races you want on your resume and you want to say that you were part of a victory. It’s amazing. I’m going to cherish this.”

Said Negri: “It’s a cool way to start the year. Being with Mike for such a long time, what makes it special is that he wants to win as bad as I do. It’s just so cool. To have a fiery AJ, a very calm and fast Wilson and John Pew on the team, I think we had a dream team this year.”

Finishing behind the No. 60 car was the pole-winning No. 8 Starworks Motorsport Ford Riley and Ryan Dalziel, Alex Popow, Lucas Luhr, Allan McNish and Enzo Potolicchio.

Shank Racing took the final spot on the podium with the No. 6 Ford Riley with Michael McDowell, Jorge Goncalvez, Gustavo Yacaman and Sunoco Rolex 24 At Daytona Driver Challenge winner Felipe Nasr.

In the competitive GT class, the No. 44 Magnus Racing Porsche with team owner John Potter, Andy Lally, Richard Lietz and Rene Rast were victorious.

It was not only the team’s first Rolex 24 victory but their first Rolex Series triumph.

“I absolutely knew that we had the potential to do it,” Lally said. “The people that were assembled by John to start Magnus Racing just two years ago were top notch guys, and he took direction from some really well seasoned vets, and he steered the ship in the right direction and basically put together a really solid, strong effort.”

With just under two hours remaining, Lally, behind the wheel of the No. 44 Porsche, slipped past Leh Keen in the No. 59 Brumos Racing Porsche to take the lead for the final time.

“The Brumos car was really strong,” said Lally, who earned 2011 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Rookie of the Year honors. “There were lot of really strong race cars out there, and we were a little bit off sequence.  I think I had a little bit fresher tires than he did, so I was able to get a little better run out of the bus stop there.  The draft here is so huge that I was able to come up alongside.  We were really, really close.”

The 50th Anniversary Rolex 24 At Daytona featured the return of 29 past winning Rolex 24 overall winning cars as well as 47 former champions with over half of them competing in the race.

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Jan 27 | Roush Jr., Johnson Capture BMW Performance 200 GRAND-AM Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge

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Jack Roush Jr. and Billy Johnson captured the BMW Performance 200 GRAND-AM Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge season opener.

BMW Performance 200

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – Jack Roush Jr. and Billy Johnson captured the BMW Performance 200 GRAND-AM Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge season opener on Friday afternoon, the prelude to this weekend’s historic 50th Anniversary Rolex 24 At Daytona.

Roush Jr. and Johnson, who shared the wheel behind the No. 61 Roush Performance Mustang Boss 302 R, captured the 58-lap race edging the No. 48 Fall-Line Motorsports BMW M3 and drivers Charles Putman and Charles Espenlaub.

“I love this track,” said Roush Jr., whose car the past two season-opening events at Daytona has failed to finish the race. “There is a lot of history. It’s a very special race to win. I can’t be happier.”

The No. 61 car took the lead during a pit stop cycle on Lap 41 with Johnson replacing Roush in the driver’s seat. Johnson led the final 18 laps on the 3.56-mile road course on the way to a 1.061-second win.

In the Sport Touring class, the No. 31 i-Moto Mazda Speed 3 with Pieree Kleinubing and Jayson Clunie, who started at the rear of the field, nipped the No. 10 Kinetic/Kia Racing Kia Forte Koup and drivers Andy Lally and Nic Jonsson at the start/finish line.

The margin of victory was .021 seconds.

Pole winner Shelby Blackstock, son of country music star Reba McIntrye, co-driver Jade Buford finished 10th overall in the No. 51 Roush Performance Mustang Boss 302 R.

The 50th Anniversary of the Rolex 24 At Daytona takes center stage on Saturday with the start scheduled for 3:30 p.m.

The No. 8 Starworks Motorsport Ford Riley will start on the pole with the No. 10 SunTrust Racing Chevrolet Corvette starting alongside.

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Jan 27 | 50th Anniversary of the Rolex 24 At Daytona...By The Numbers

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Go behind the numbers on the 50th anniversary of the Rolex 24.

Stars of the Rolex 24

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. –The past 50 years of sports car racing at Daytona International Speedway has been marked by an incredible list of milestones, including a few of which that are part of the golden anniversary weekend of North America’s premier endurance race.

• 3 – Only Rolf Stommelen (1960s, 1970s and 1980s) and Scott Pruett (1990s, 2000s and 2010s) have won the overall Rolex 24 in three different decades

• 3 – There are three officially licensed 50th Anniversary Rolex 24 wines

o Adobe Road Winery RedLine
o Pruett Vineyards Syrah
o 50th Anniversary of the Rolex 24 At Daytona Espumante Extra Brut

• 5 – Hurley Haywood owns a record five overall Rolex 24 At Daytona victories

• 10 – There are 10 Rolex clocks throughout the property at Daytona International Speedway for the weekend – 9 free-standing clocks and a 25-foot tall, four-sided clock located on pit road.

• $10 – Grandstand admission to the 50th Anniversary of the Rolex 24 At Daytona after 6:00 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 28

• 18 – Hurley Haywood has the longest span between first and last victories in the Rolex 24 – 18 years (1973-91)

• 21 – There are 21 different countries in the world represented among the Rolex 24 overall champions

• 22 – Porsche leads all manufacturers with 22 overall Rolex 24 At Daytona victories

• 29 – There will be 29 past champion cars in attendance and on display in the 50 Years of Champions Exhibit Presented by Continental Tire

• 38 – Hurley Haywood owns 38 career starts in the Rolex 24 At Daytona, most among drivers

• 47 – There will be 47 past champion drivers in attendance for the 50th Anniversary of the Rolex 24 At Daytona

• 66 – Drivers from the United States have produced 66 overall Rolex 24 At Daytona victories, the most among countries.

• 82 – The 1984 Rolex 24 At Daytona held the largest car count in the history of the race with a starting field of 82 cars

• 394 – Hurley Haywood and Peter Gregg, the winners of the 1973 Rolex 24 in a Porsche Carrera, turned the fewest laps – 394 – by an overall winning car.

• 762 -- Masahiro Hasemi, Kazuyoshi Hoshino and Toshio Suzuki, the winners of the 1992 Rolex 24 in a Nissan R91 CP, turned the most laps – 762 – by an overall winning car.

• 31,404 – Total number of combined laps completed in the Rolex 24 At Daytona

• 115,093.2 – Number of miles completed in the 50-year history of the Rolex 24 At Daytona. 

o By comparison, the Earth’s equator is 24,902.5 miles in length, meaning the number of miles completed in the Rolex 24 is 4.62 times around the planet’s equator.
o Round trip driving distance from DIS to Seattle (and back) is 6,218 miles, which means the number of miles completed in the Rolex 24 equals 18.5 round trips from DIS to Seattle.

Tickets for the 50th anniversary of the Rolex 24 At Daytona are on sale online at www.daytonainternationalspeedway.com or by calling 1-800-PITSHOP.

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Jan 27 | A.J. Foyt To Miss 50th Anniversary Rolex 24 Due To Illness

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A.J. Foyt, Grand Marshal for the 50th Anniversary of the Rolex 24, has been forced to cancel his trip due to illness.

1985 Rolex 24 At Daytona winner

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – Daytona International Speedway officials today announced that 50th Anniversary Rolex 24 At Daytona Grand Marshal A.J. Foyt has been forced to cancel his trip due to illness.  Foyt sustained some complications from his recent knee surgery but he is expected to make a full recovery.

Foyt issued the following statement: “I am really sorry that I can’t be there this weekend for the Rolex 24. I was really looking forward to it because I thought it was a great honor to be asked to be the Grand Marshal of the 50th Anniversary of that race and considered it to be one of the great highlights of my career. I feel so bad that I let everyone down. I was also looking forward to seeing some of my old friends and the race cars that I drove in that race. It was going to be a really fun weekend for me but I guess I’ll be watching the race from my hospital room—yep the doctors pulled rank on me. And I hate to admit, but I think they’re right—this time. I’d like to wish everyone a safe race and I’ll be with you in spirit.”

Daytona International Speedway President Joie Chitwood III said, “We wish A.J. a speedy recovery and hope he’s back on his feet soon.”

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Jan 26 | 50th Anniversary Rolex 24 At Daytona Qualifying Results

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Qualifying results for the 50th anniversary Rolex 24 At Daytona.

PosNo.ClassPICNameBest TmIn LapBest SpdCarTeam
18DP1Ryan Dalziel1:41.1194126.742Ford RileyStarworks Motorsport
210DP2Max Angelelli1:41.2404126.590Corvette DPSunTrust Racing
302DP3Scott Dixon1:41.4633126.312BMW RileyChip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates
499DP4Alex Gurney1:41.5193126.242Corvette DPGAINSCO/ Bob Stallings Racing
590DP5Antonio Garcia1:41.6114126.128Corvette DPSpirit of Daytona Racing
660DP6Oswaldo Negri Jr1:41.6623126.065Ford RileyMichael Shank Racing with Curb-Agajanian
79DP7Joao Barbosa1:42.0743125.556Corvette DPAction Express Racing
86DP8Michael McDowell1:42.4144125.139Ford RileyMichael Shank Racing with Curb-Agajanian
92DP9Ryan Hunter-Reay1:42.6572124.843Ford RileyStarworks Motorsport
1077DP10Brian Frisselle1:42.7732124.702Ford DallaraDoran Racing
1150DP11Jim Pace1:43.7237123.560BMW Riley50+Predator/Alegra
1276DP12Tracy Krohn1:44.4334122.720Ford LolaKrohn Racing
1301DP13Pruett/ Rojas/ Rahal/ Hand 0-BMW RileyChip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates
145DP14Law/ Donohue / Fittipaldi 0-Corvette DPAction Express Racing
159GT1Andrew Davis1:49.3427117.210Porsche GT3 CupBrumos Racing
269GT2Jeff Segal1:49.3578117.194Ferrari 458AIM Autosport Team FXDD with Ferrari
344GT3Andy Lally1:49.3887117.161Porsche GT3 CupMagnus Racing
445GT4Patrick Long1:49.5506116.988Porsche GT3 CupFlying Lizard Motorsports with Wright Motorsports
562GT5Gianmaria Bruni1:49.6614116.869Ferrari 458Risi Competizione
642GT6Wayne Nonnamaker1:49.7006116.828Mazda RX-8Team Sahlen
723GT7Marco Holzer1:49.7668116.757Porsche GT3 CupAlex Job Racing
888GT8Jordan Taylor1:49.7735116.750Camaro GT.RAutohaus Motorsports
917GT9Martin Ragginger1:49.8915116.625Porsche GT3 CupBurtin Racing
1048GT10Bryce Miller1:50.0448116.463Porsche GT3 CupPaul Miller Racing
1163GT11Toni Vilander1:50.1913116.307Ferrari 458Risi Competizione with American Canadian
1203GT12J van Overbeek1:50.1974116.301Ferrari 458Extreme Speed Motorsports
1375GT13Eric Curran1:50.2735116.221Camaro GT.RStevenson Motorsports
1426GT14Sean Edwards1:50.2983116.194Porsche GT3 CupNGT Motorsport
1574GT15Steven Kane1:50.3127116.180Audi R8 GRAND-AM
1657GT16Robin Liddell1:50.4265116.060Camaro GT.RStevenson Motorsports
174GT17Ryan Eversley1:50.4568116.028Porsche GT3 CupMagnus Racing
1866GT18Ben Keating1:50.5576115.922Porsche GT3 CupTRG
1922GT19Darryl O'Young1:50.5727115.906Porsche GT3 CupBullet Racing
2093GT20Bill Auberlen1:50.5825115.896BMW M3Turner Motorsport
2132GT21Shane Lewis1:50.6054115.872Porsche GT3 CupOrbit/GMG
2251GT22Dion von Moltke1:50.7495115.721Audi R8 GRAND-AM
2315GT23Chris Cook1:50.7622115.708Mustang GTRick Ware Racing
2424GT24Cort Wagner1:50.8247115.643Porsche GT3 CupAlex Job Racing
2570GT25Sylvain Tremblay1:51.0225115.437Mazda RX-8SpeedSource
2656GT26Rui Aguas1:51.1057115.350Ferrari 458AF - Waltrip
2740GT27Charles Espenlaub1:51.4168115.028Mazda RX-8Dempsey Racing
2887GT28Jan Heylen1:51.5556114.885ViperRacers Edge Motorsports
2955GT29Randy Pobst1:51.5755114.864Porsche GT3 CupAcumen Motorsport
3094GT30Paul Dalla Lana1:51.6805114.756BMW M3Turner Motorsport
3112GT31Scott Rettich1:51.7277114.708Porsche GT3 CupAlliance Autosport
3218GT32Mark Thomas1:52.2506114.174Porsche GT3 CupMuehlner Motorsports
3343GT33Will Nonnamaker1:52.5416113.878Mazda RX-8Team Sahlen
3420GT34David Murry1:52.6413113.777Porsche GT3 CupLiqui Moly Team Englster
3564GT35Eliseo Salazar1:52.6796113.739Porsche GT3 CupTRG
3641GT36Scott Maxwell1:52.9986113.418Mazda RX-8Dempsey Racing
3782GT37Mark Hotchkis1:53.1616113.255Porsche GT3 CupDick Greer Racing
3836GT38John Andretti1:53.2024113.214Mazda RX-8Yellow Dragon Motorsports
3965GT39Mike Hedlund1:53.9196112.501Porsche GT3 CupTRG
4067GT40Steven Bertheau1:54.3472112.080Porsche GT3 CupTRG
4134GT41Phil Fogg1:54.4024112.026Porsche GT3 CupOrbit/GMG
4246GT42Ray Mason1:55.5778110.887CorvetteAction Express Racing
4316GT43TBA 0-Porsche GT3 CupRick Ware Racing
4419GT44Whitis/ O'Doski/ Nater/ Dollahite/ Seefried 0-Porsche GT3 CupMuehlner Motorsports America
4549GT45Sahlen/ Nonnamaker/ Nonnamaker / Nonnamaker 0-Mazda RX-8Team Sahlen
4668GT46Cumming/ Estre/ Faulkner/ Gomez/ Keating 0-Porsche GT3 CupTRG

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