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The No. 5 Action Express car shared by Joao Barbosa, Christian Fittipaldi, and Sebastien Bourdais took the win, with Barbosa crossing the finish line 1.461 seconds ahead of Wayne Taylor Racing’s Max Angelelli.
The action continues as morning breaks.
Jamie McMurray speaks out about the new changes in NASCAR
The fastest P2 car qualified 11th overall.
Three of the top teams in the Rolex Series commented on the inaugural calendar for the 2014 sportscar series combining the ALMS and GRAND-AM into one series: USCC
In their first full GRAND-AM Rolex Series season, Balzan and Scuderia Corsa Ferrari take the GT title
Action Express Corvette drivers Barbosa and Fittipaldi did everything they needed to in today’s Rolex Grand-Am race. Marsh Racing added to Chevrolet's celebration with the GT class win.
Adding to Chevrolet’s celebration was the victory of the Camaro in the GT in Grand-Am’s Rolex Sports Car Series action.
The “Red Dragon” team is on the pole in Alabama as they hope to continue their resurgence with the aim of regaining the Rolex Grand-Am title in their new Corvette Daytona Prototype.
The second place No. 30 MOMO/NGT Motorsport Porsche suffered severe damage to the left front. Kuba Giermaziak was driving at the time.
Chip Ganassi Racing's BMW Riley No. 01 still maintains the lead in the Rolex 24 at Daytona. A pair of Ferraris lead the GT class, while the BGB Porsche the GX class.
The two Ganassi BMW Rileys are fast, the No. 2 Starworks Ford is also strong and the Corvettes are still competitive. Ferrari, Camaro and Audi are beating the Porsches in GT. The GX class is not ready for a 24 hour event.
Billy Johnson and Jack Roush Jr. take the GS class win in a Roush Performance Ford Mustang. Skullcandy Team Nissan’s drivers Lara Tallman and Vesko Kozarov take the win in the ST class.
Chip Ganassi Racing's two car team steals front row as Pruett edges out Dixon. Tandy in a Porsche claimed the GT pole and Lewis took the pole in the new GX class.