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12 Hour Update: Rolex 24 at Daytona
Jan25

12 Hour Update: Rolex 24 at Daytona

The 53rd running of the Rolex 24 At Daytona has hit the half way point at Daytona International Speedway with Corvettes stealing the spotlight. Corvette led both the Prototype and GTLM classes after 12 hours. The Jordan brothers and Max Angelli held the overall lead in their Wayne Taylor Racing No.10 machine over the Nos.02 and 01 Chip Gannassi Racing Ford-powered entries. The result by Wayne Taylor Racing seemed unlikely hours ago...

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Corvette squad running strong in 1-2
Jan25

Corvette squad running strong in 1-2

As the race neared the 11 hour mark, Corvette Racing moved back into the top two spots to grab first and second on the GT Le Mans scoreboard in the Rolex 24 at Daytona. Ryan Briscoe held the lead aboard the No.3 machine while Simon Pagenaud was at the wheel of the No.4 car. Both cars have been highly competitive throughout the race – the No.3 ‘Vette quickly moving up from it’s fifth place on the grid to challenge the...

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Who is Canada’s most successful driver?
Jan24

Who is Canada’s most successful driver?

Canadian drivers for years have been winning races and championships throughout North America. The likes of Scott Goodyear, Greg Moore, Paul Tracy, Alex Tagliani, Patrick Carpentier, Michael Valiante and of course Jacques Villeneuve have been fan favorites over the past 20 years. But did you know Canada’s most successful international racing driver is actually making his Rolex 24 At Daytona debut this weekend. Unless you are a...

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6 Hour Update: Rolex 24 At Daytona
Jan24

6 Hour Update: Rolex 24 At Daytona

Six hours into the Rolex 24 at Daytona and Chip Ganassi Racing and Corvette Racing were the big movers at the opening round of the TUDOR United SportsCar Championship. Former BMW driver Joey Hand was at the wheel of the No.01 Ganassi Ford entry he is sharing with Scott Pruett, Charlie Kimball and Sage Karam. The second Ganassi car of Scott Dixon, Tony Kanaan, Kyle Larson and Jamie McMurray held second place. The top six cars on the...

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Memo Gidley on the mend
Jan24

Memo Gidley on the mend

Twelve months ago the sportscar community was shocked by the dramatic crash and injuries suffered by popular former IndyCar ace, Memo Gidley. Driving for the pole-winning Gainsco Racing, Gidley was unsighted when he struck the stationary Risi Ferrari of Matteo Malucelli. The 44-year-old Californian suffered severe leg and back injuries and is still going through a length rehabilitation process. Gidley spoke to the FOX Sports broadcast...

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