After Lime Rock Prototype Drivers Pos Drivers Total
1 Joao Barbosa 220
1 Christian Fittipaldi 220
2 Dane Cameron 216
2 Eric Curran 216
3 Jordan Taylor 211
3 Ricky Taylor 211
4 Marc Goossens 197
5 Oswaldo Negri Jr. 191
6 Jonathan Bomarito 183
6 Tristan Nunez 183
7 Tom Long 179
7 Joel Miller 179
8 Katherine Legge 171
8 Ryan Dalziel 171
9 John Pew 164
10 Sean Rayhall 120
11 Johannes Van Overbeek 95
11 Scott Sharp 95
11 Luis Felipe Derani 95
12 Ryan Hunter-Reay 84
13 Max Angelelli 82
14 Olivier Pla 77
15 Spencer Pigot 72
15 Ed Brown 72
16 Ben Devlin 70
17 Andy Meyrick 67
18 Scott Pruett 62
19 Filipe Albuquerque 61
20 Rubens Barrichello 53
1 #5 Action Express Racing 220
2 #31 Action Express Racing 216
3 #10 Wayne Taylor Racing 211
4 #90 Visitflorida.Com Racing 197
5 #60 Michael Shank Racing 191
6 #55 Mazda Motorsports 183
7 #70 Mazda Motorsports 179
8 #0 Panoz Deltawing Racing 144
9 #2 Tequila Patron Esm 95
10 #50 Highway To Help 46
11 #81 Dragonspeed 29
12 #01 Ford Chip Ganassi 27
13 #02 Ford Chip Ganassi 25
14 #37 Smp Racing 23
15 #24 Porsche Centre Oakville 21
1 Chevrolet 236
2 Honda 227
3 Mazda 212
4 Bmw 56
5 Ford 30
ALMS Dindo Capello held off Romain Dumas in the final 32 minutes of the Monterey Sports Car Championships to give Audi Sport North America its second straight overall victory. Capello drove the No. 1 Audi R10 TDI to a 0.41-second victory over Dumas in Penske Racing’s No. 7 Porsche RS Spyder.
Penske Porsches to start 1-2 in Laguna Seca finale
as LMP2 cars sweep top-4 Sascha Maassen qualified on pole position for the Monterey Sports Car Championships on Friday as the American Le Mans Series prepares to close its 2007 season. Maassen smashed the track qualifying record with a run of 1:10.528 for Penske Racing, which swept the front row with its two Porsche RS Spyders.
at Road Atlanta After 1,000 miles and 394 laps, it came down to just 0.923 seconds between the premier teams in sports car racing. This time, the moment belonged to Dindo Capello and Allan McNish as Audi remained unbeaten at Petit Le Mans with diesel power.
Audi wins pole, but can it win race? Marco Werner rewrote the history books at Road Atlanta on Friday with a record-breaking qualifying run for Audi in its diesel-powered R10 TDI at Petit Le Mans. Werner set a time of 1:08.906 to capture pole position for the 10th running of Saturday’s 1,000-mile/10-hour endurance classic, a race that Audi has never lost.
ALMS As Andretti Green Racing prepares for its first Petit Le Mans at Road Atlanta, the team is looking forward to the race for many reasons. It represents a chance for AGR to capture both endurance race victories and a chance to showcase the progression the Acura program has made during the season. The event also means that for a few crew members, the Petit event will be a homecoming.
as Hunter-Reay team wins season final From championship to heartbreak, Saturday's Grand-Am Rolex Sports Car Series presented by Crown Royal Special Reserve season finale at Miller Motorsports Park was a true representation of the season as a whole - including one team's championship hopes literally going up in smoke. The Sunchaser 1000 was a race for the ages, not in the least because of Riley-Matthews Motorsports first career Rolex Series win.
ALMS Romain Dumas and Timo Bernhard gave Penske Motorsports and Roger Penske an eighth straight overall victory in the American Le Mans Series on Saturday in the Detroit Sports Car Challenge presented by Bosch as auto racing made a triumphant return to the Motor City.
Audi wins pole, but loses race again Timo Bernhard and Romain Dumas scored another upset overall victory in the American Le Mans Series as the duo led the way for Penske Motorsports, which claimed its second straight LMP2 team championship. Bernhard took the lead with only three minutes left in his Porsche RS Spyder as Allan McNish’s Audi R10 TDI became stuck in gear.
Grand-Am endurance race in Homestead In just their eighth Daytona Prototype start as a team, No. 05 Luggage Express Team Sigalsport BMW Riley co-drivers Bill Auberlen and Matthew Alhadeff scored their first career Grand-Am Rolex Sports Car Series presented by Crown Royal Special Reserve overall victory in Saturday’s Linder Industrial Komatsu Grand Prix of Miami at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
Grand-Am endurance race in Mexico City Alex Gurney and Max Papis traded the lead three times over the last 15 laps before a spin by Papis while under pressure from Gurney with two laps to go secured the first Grand-Am Daytona Rolex series win for the No. 99 Gainsco Pontiac of Gurney and Jon Fogarty.
Montoya, Duran, & Pruett win the Rolex 24 at Daytona
Grand-Am Endurance Classic In one of the most spectacular finishes in the 45-race history of the Rolex 24 At Daytona, the No. 01 TELMEX/Target Chip Ganassi Racing Lexus Riley trio of Scott Pruett, Juan Pablo Montoya and Salvador Duran emerged on top in a three-car battle over the final hours of the race to win the season-opening Grand-Am event.
In final Rolex 24 testing Max Angelelli knows a thing or two about getting around Daytona International Speedway. It showed Saturday as his lap time of 1:43.483 (123.846 mph) aboard the No. 10 SunTrust Pontiac Riley was the fastest lap turned during the three-day Grand-Am Rolex Sports Car Series which ended on Saturday.
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