Ian James1974-07-22 (age 47)
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Ian James won the Pirelli GT4 America Sprint opener with a last-lap pass for victory on the streets of St Petersburg in Florida on Saturday, an event marred by a brutal crash that befell Nicholai Elghanayan.
Ian James and Matt Keegan won race 1 of the GTS element of the Pirelli World Challenge SprintX for Panoz at Utah Motorsports Campus.
Ian James won by only 1.37sec but that’s deceiving – he dominated the first World Challenge GTS race of the weekend at Sonoma Raceway, holding off Martin Barkey’s KTM Xbow and Parker Chase’s Ginetta G55 with apparent ease.
Lawson Aschenbach won the opening race of the Pirelli World Challenge weekend at Mid-Ohio, but it was marred by a huge crash at the start that befell Fred Roberts.
Ian James's Panoz Avezzano held off Lawson Aschenbach's Chevrolet Camaro to clinch a second win in two days, in a race that was halted early due to debris caused by a shunt for Touring Car racer Samantha Tan.
Ian James in the No. 50 Panoz Avezzano GTS finishes third in PWC GTS/GT4 Round 4 on Sunday with dramatic last lap, last-turn pass.
Victory in the GTD class went to the Porsche 911 GT America fielded by Seattle/Alex Job Racing with drivers Mario Farnbacher, Ian James, and Alex Riberas.
The checkered flag has finally flown in the 12 hour endurance racing classic. IMPECCABLE
The final margin of victory was 2.186 seconds seconds.
Miller/Multimatic Mustang, Compass 360 Honda take race wins.
TUDOR Championship GT Daytona team to return in 2015.
John Edwards takes his first series pole position.
The No. 912 Porsche North America Porsche 911 RSR finished in third-place in the highly competitive GT Le Mans class.
Two-car Ford Mustang team hopes testing there pays off.
Balzan, Westphal score GTD-Class win for Scuderia Corsa in Ferrari 458.
Mario Farnbacher was at the wheel of the blue Porsche for the start of the two-hour race at the 11-turn, 2.2-mile Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca circuit.
WeatherTech Porsche starts from the front row in GT-Daytona class
A 7th and 17th overall for Multimatic/Miller Racing at Sebring
Team Seattle came within 30 minutes of giving Alex Job Racing its 10th-career Twelve Hours of Sebring class win.
Race two of the season is at Sebring, and the Canadian race team will be there.
Together After 17 Years Daytona, Sebring On Same Schedule.
Ford Mustang Boss 302 Of Phoenix American Motorsports Fastest In Grand Sport Class. BMW 328i Of Murillo Racing/Mosing Motorcars Paces Both Friday Street Tuner Sessions
Team returned better than anticipated performance as both the #15 and #158 Boss 302Rs finished in the top 10 of the BMW Performance 200.
Late-race cautions thwart strategy
Team Seattle raised nearly $207,000 to help the children in the hospital's heart center.
Alex Riberas ran the team's fastest race lap to that point with a 1:48.676.
James, Farnbacher, Riberas and Holzer ready to drive for dollars
The new team, which combines the resources of Canada’s renowned, championship-winning Multimatic Motorsports with the Salt Lake City-based Miller Racing
Corvette Racing posted the two quickest times in Sunday’s third and final day of the TUDOR United SportsCar Championship Roar Before The Rolex 24
Winkelhock Leads GTD In Flying Lizard Motorsports Audi.
Two-car team to compete in IMSA Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge.
A total of 2,819 laps (10,543.06 miles) were run over two days at Sebring.
James and Farnbacher to drive new TUSCC Porsche entry
GS championship still on the line for Lime Rock finale. Mazdas 1-2 In ST, Borcheller, LaMarra break logjam with third place finish
Patrick Dempsey, Joe Foster, Iam James and everyone at Dempsey Racing – Roger’s friends and teammates – express their deepest condolences and sympathy for Roger and his family at this difficult time.
Borcheller, LaMarra Score First ST Victory For Burton Racing.
Roger Miller and Ian James looking forward to their first race at the new Austin track.
Roger Miller and Ian James bring home the Dempsey Racing prepared Mustang in 10th in the Continential Tire Sports Car Challenge at Daytona.
Roger Miller begins the season with a new sponsor and high hopes.
Dempsey and Foster reach P2 podium in just second race; Richard Ende score first top three in PC.
Grand-Am Road Racing press release