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American power wins all four classes!
Jan25

American power wins all four classes!

The Rolex 24 has been run and won with American engines winning all four classes at Daytona International Speedway in the opening round of the 2015 TUDOR United SportsCar Championship. Chip Ganassi Racing earned the Prototype win with their Ford-powered Riley DP, Corvette Racing took the C7.R to victory lane in the GTLM class, PR1 Motorsports crossed the line first with its Chevy-powered Oreca in PC and the Riley Motorsports Dodge...

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Dixon and Ganassi strong at Daytona
Jan24

Dixon and Ganassi strong at Daytona

Scott Dixon knows how to win the Rolex 24 at Daytona – the trouble is his first and only victory came way back in 2006 when Chip Ganassi won the race for the first time. The former IndyCar Champion and Indy 500 winner has been a regular here at Daytona with Ganassi but despite the team winning the race five times, the New Zealander was only in the winning car once in 2006 with the late Dan Wheldon and Casey Mears. Today he is...

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Manufacturer prototype battle heats up
Jan21

Manufacturer prototype battle heats up

This year’s 53rd Annual Rolex 24 At Daytona is the first major race of the year in the U.S. and kicks off the 2015 TUDOR United SportsCar Championship. The race is expected to produce a relentless battle featuring Chevrolet, Ford, Honda, BMW and Mazda powered prototypes and a pair of independent threats. Here is a brief rundown of the top Prototype class: CHEVROLET Chevrolet enters the Rolex 24 At Daytona as the defending 2014 race...

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IndyCar ace Dixon strong at Sebring
Mar15

IndyCar ace Dixon strong at Sebring

Reigning IndyCar champion Scott Dixon has been a force to be reckoned with so far at the 12 Hours of Sebring. Aboard the No.02 Ganassi Ford entry with Tony Kanaan and sage Karam, the Kiwi took the car into the lead after the three-hour mark and Karam continued to hold the lead 90 minutes later. “The car seems to be running pretty good. Ford has done a great job with the development of the engine – the driveability of...

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Wilson tops practice 2
Mar13

Wilson tops practice 2

IndyCar ace Justin Wilson topped the timesheets for Michael Shank Racing for the second practice session at Sebring this afternoon. The Ford Ecoboost powered driver stopped the clocks at 1:53.62 – just ahead of Max Angelelli in the Wayne Taylor Racing entry. Muscle Milk Pickett Racing led much of the session with Klaus Graf behind the wheel – again showing the close competition between the Le Mans-style P2 machines and the...

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