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Prototype Drivers
Pos Drivers Total
1 Dane Cameron 314
1 Eric Curran 314
2 Joao Barbosa 311
2 Christian Fittipaldi 311
3 Jordan Taylor 309
3 Ricky Taylor 309
4 Oswaldo Negri Jr. 282
5 Marc Goossens 273
6 Tom Long 258
6 Joel Miller 258
7 Tristan Nunez 257
7 Jonathan Bomarito 257
8 John Pew 255
9 Ryan Dalziel 247
10 Katherine Legge 247
11 Sean Rayhall 196
12 Scott Sharp 128
12 Johannes van Overbeek 128
12 Luis Felipe Derani 128
13 Olivier Pla 113
14 Max Angelelli 113
15 Ryan Hunter-Reay 109
16 Spencer Pigot 95
17 Andy Meyrick 91
18 Filipe Albuquerque 88
19 Ed Brown 72
20 Ben Devlin 70
21 Scott Pruett 62
22 Simon Pagenaud 55
23 Rubens Barrichello 53
24 Nicolas Minassian 52
25 Byron DeFoor 46
25 Jim Pace 46
25 David Hinton 46
25 Dorsey Schroeder 46
26 Henrik Hedman 29
26 Nicolas Lapierre 29
27 Brendon Hartley 27
27 Andy Priaulx 27
27 Lance Stroll 27
27 Alex Wurz 27
28 Jonny Adam 26
29 Jamie McMurray 25
29 Scott Dixon 25
29 Tony Kanaan 25
29 Kyle Larson 25
30 Gabby Chaves 25
31 Thomas Gruber 24
32 Keiko Ihara 24
33 Maurizio Mediani 23
33 Kirill Ladygin 23
33 Mikhail Aleshin 23
34 AJ Allmendinger 21
35 Carlos de Quesada 21
35 Dominik Farnbacher 21
35 Cameron Lawrence 21
35 Daniel Morad 21
36 Andreas Wirth 20

Prototype Teams
14 #37 SMP RACING 23

Prototype Manufacturers
1 Chevrolet 338
2 Ligier 324
3 Mazda 304
4 Oreca 56
5 BR 30
Pagenaud fastest in Friday's Utah practice

Friday, May 15, 2009


Simon Pagenaud
At the very venue he made his American Le Mans Series debut a year ago, Simon Pagenaud turned in the fastest time in Friday's test for this weekend's Larry H. Miller Dealerships Utah Grand Prix at Miller Motorsports Park. Pagenaud posted the five fastest times in the de Ferran Motorsports Acura ARX-02a during the two-hour session.

Pagenaud's best time was a 1:31.687 (119.677 mph), good enough to best Patr¢n Highcroft Racing's David Brabham and his Acura LMP1 entry by an impressive 1.157 seconds (1:32.844 and 118.185 mph). But in addition to Pagenaud's five quickest laps, teammate and team owner Gil de Ferran had the next two fastest circuits. In the team's debut here last year, the pairing placed third overall and in LMP2 with Pagenaud posting the race's fastest lap.

The young Frenchman is having a tremendous week, having won the Spa 1,000-kilometer race five days ago in a factory Peugeot diesel. His first race in the LMP1 coupe also saw him qualify on pole position and turn the fastest race lap.

“The first few laps today I was struggling a little bit," Pagenaud admitted. "I had to get used to repositioning in the cockpit and a different perspective from the seat. But the Acura is very, very good here. There are a lot of high-speed corners here, and I enjoy these kinds of circuits. I think it will be a very good week for us.”

Both Acura P1 entries have won races this year – Brabham and Scott Sharp at St. Petersburg, and Pagenaud and de Ferran at Long Beach in the most recent round.

Dyson Racing’s Guy Smith was the fastest LMP2 driver and was third overall in the Mazda-powered Lola B09/86 that he is sharing with Chris Dyson. The Englishman nipped Lowe’s Fernandez Racing’s Adrian Fernandez on the final lap of the session, a 1:34.670 (115.906 mph). Fernandez was 0.541 seconds adrift in the Lowe’s Fernandez Racing Acura ARX-01b that he is driving with Luis Diaz. The pairing won the first three rounds of the season and own a hefty lead in the championship.

After the two P2 cars, Intersport Racing’s Jon Field was third in P1 in the Lola B06/10-AER that he will drive with son Clint and Chapman Ducote. The car’s best time was a 1:36.531 (113.671 mph). Autocon Motorsports’ Lola-AER of Bryan Willman and Mike Lewis was next, followed by the brand new hybrid-powered Ginetta-Zytek 09HS from Corsa Motorsports with drivers Johnny Mowlem and Stefan Johansson.

The car stands to be the first hybrid to compete in a major endurance race. Its fastest time was a 1:38.875 (110.976 mph), only a few days after arriving in the US from a shakedown in England last week.

“It’s honestly a steep learning curve,” Mowlem said. “Normally you would do these types of things in private and behind closed doors. Instead we’re doing it in public. But we are making progress.”

“Everything is just so new. We just don’t know, at this point, what to expect,” team owner Steve Pruitt said. “We’re trying to take our time to make sure we do it right rather than run the risk of doing something wrong.”

In GT2, Flying Lizard Motorsports’ Jörg Bergmeister went quickest in the Porsche 911 GT3 RSR that he will share with Patrick Long. Bergmeister’s best lap was a 1:48.215 (101.398 mph) as Porsche held the top two spots. Farnbacher Loles Racing’s Marc Lieb was second in the entry that he will share with Wolf Henzler. In his first race at Miller Motorsports Park, Lieb posted a time of 1:49.025 (100.645 mph).

“It’s fast, a real road course, and pretty smooth,” Bergmeister said. “Lots of fast corners, which are fun. The Lizards had a very successful race here last year - the pole, a win for the No. 45 and a double podium. Hopefully we can repeat that success again this year.”

The two Porsches were ahead of Risi Competizione’s Ferrari F430 GT of Jaime Melo and Pierre Kaffer, who set the team’s fastest lap of 1:49.232 (100.454 mph).

Guy Cosmo was the fastest driver in the new Challenge class for Porsche 911 GT3 Cup entries. Cosmo, a winner in the Series’ P2 class in 2005, turned a lap of 1:56.133 (94.485 mph) in the ORBIT Racing entry that he will drive with John Baker.

“It’s a different mindset (going from prototypes to GT cars),” Cosmo said. “At the end of the day you’re trying to do the best possible program you can. The cars really agree well with the Yokohamas, and we can put lots of miles on them.”

Snow Racing’s Martin and Melanie Snow, winners in the GTS class at the first Series race at Sebring in 1999, were second at 1:57.080 (93.721 mph). They were just ahead of a second ORBIT entry for Ed Brown and Bill Sweedler (1:57.749 and 93.188 mph).

Qualifying is set for 3:20 p.m. MDT on Saturday.


Mike Lewis, Autocon Motorsports
Lola B06/10-AER (LMP1)
“We were here about six weeks ago testing the Lola here for the first time. Everything we seemed to do worked well. We worked on several aspects that I think will carry over well this weekend. The Creation actually worked pretty well here. We tested it here before Le Mans, but the Lola is still a bit quicker with the AER twin-turbo versus the Judd normally aspirated motor. We expected that, though. The turbo is really good and smooth here. It’s a nice progression.”

Martin Snow, Snow Racing
Porsche 911 GT3 Cup (Challenge)
“It brought back a lot of memories and some things you forget over the years – looking in your rear-view mirror and asking about traffic. These are really good cars and fun to drive. The prototypes have definitely gotten faster since I last drove in GT in the Series and their braking is better. But the Porsches have gotten better and faster too, although the speed differential is still very great.”

Ed Brown, ORBIT Racing
Porsche 911 GT3 Cup (Challenge)
“It’s a daunting task with the faster GT cars and the prototypes because the closing speeds are so much quicker. We can be a full straight ahead of them and suddenly they’re past us in the next turn. But this is a good opportunity. The more seat time the better. You’re never going to improve if you’re not driving.”

Adrian Fernandez, Lowe’s Fernandez Racing
Acura ARX-01b (LMP2)
“This is a very tricky track. There are a lot of quick and blind corners. We knew the (Dyson entries) would be strong. It was just a matter of time. But we have to keep doing what we have been doing all year.”

Guy Smith, Dyson Racing
Lola B09/86-Mazda MZR-R (LMP2)
“The car is working really well. Chris (Dyson) set some good times early on, and it was really good right off the truck. Race by race we are going growing more confident and comfortable with it, and we’re really starting to push it hard.”

The Larry H. Miller Dealerships Utah Grand Prix from Miller Motorsports Park is scheduled for 2:15 p.m. MDT on Sunday, May 17. SPEED will broadcast the race starting at 10 p.m. EDT on the same day, and satellite radio subscribers to can listen to the race starting at 4 p.m. ET on Sirius 126 and XM 242. American Le Mans Radio and Live Timing and Scoring will be available on Racehub at You can also follow the Series on Twitter.

The race also will include the season-long MICHELIN® Green X® Challenge. Tickets are available at or

Friday Fast Times


Car CL CP Driver Laps Lap Time
1 66 P1 1 de Ferran/Pagenaud 76 1:14.189
2 9 P1 2 Brabham /Sharp 76 1:14.053
3 15 P2 1 Fernandez/Diaz 75 1:15.606
4 16 P2 2 Dyson/Smith 75 1:16.360
5 20 P2 3 Leitzinger/Franchi 74 1:16.228
6 4 GT1 1 Gavin /Beretta 73 1:18.847
7 37 P1 3 Field/Field/Ducote 71 1:15.738
8 45 GT2 1 Bergmeister /Long 71 1:21.727
9 62 GT2 2 Melo /Kaffer 71 1:21.371
10 92 GT2 3 Mueller /Milner 70 1:21.752
11 18 GT2 4 Westbrook /Stuck 70 1:22.559
12 44 GT2 5 Law /Neiman 70 1:22.643
13 21 GT2 6 Farnbacher/James 69 1:22.982
14 11 GT2 7 Feinberg /Hall 68 1:24.086
15 12 P1 4 Lewis /Willman 67 1:19.284
16 90 GT2 8 Auberlen /Hand 67 1:22.544
17 40 GT2 9 Robertson /Murry 67 1:23.562
18 87 GT2 10 Henzler /Werner 67 1:21.877
19 28 GT2 11 Boris Said 64 1:23.234
20 17 GT2 12 Dominic Cicero 43 1:23.255
21 3 GT1 2 Johnny O'Connell 42 1:18.896

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