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Law puts Brumos Porsche on pole at Homestead

Grand-Am Rolx Qualifying
Friday, March 05, 2010

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Darren Law

Darren Law - with some help from Brumos Racing official Hurley Haywood - ran a lap of 1:11.806 (115.311 mph) to capture the pole for Saturday's Grand Prix of Miami, Round 2 of the GRAND-AM Rolex Sports Car Series presented by Crown Royal Cask No. 16.

Law led a nine-driver assault on Jon Fogarty's five-month-old Homestead-Miami Speedway Daytona Prototype track record in preparation for the two-hour, 45-minute race that takes the green flag at 5 p.m. ET Saturday (SPEED, live).

Paul Edwards won the GT pole in the No. 07 Mobil 1 Corvette with a lap of 1:18.123 (106.322 mph). Eight drivers were under Nick Ham's 2009 track mark in the 15-minute session.

Fogarty qualified second in the No. 99 GAINSCO/Bob Stallings Racing Chevrolet, 1:11.839 (114.311 mph), followed by Brian Frisselle in the No. 6 The Pit Stop on Norris Lake Ford Riley, 1:12.079 (114.874 mph); Memo Rojas in the No. 01 TELMEX BMW Riley, 1:12.166 (114.735 mph); and Ricky Taylor in the No. 10 SunTrust Ford Dallara, 1:12.282 (114.551 mph).

Also eclipsing the former track record were Ryan Hunter-Reay in the No. 95 Crown Royal Cask No. 16/US Bank BMW Riley, Mark Wilkins in the No. 61 Pacific Mobile Ford Riley, Buddy Rice in the No. 90 Spirit of Daytona Porsche Coyote, and Rolex 24 At Daytona winner Terry Borcheller in the No. 9 Action Express Racing Porsche Riley.

Haywood won last October's Grand Prix as a late substitute in the No. 59 Brumos Racing Porsche Riley, co-driving with Joao Barbosa. One of America's most successful endurance racers, Haywood retired from active competition following the season-opening Rolex 24 At Daytona - a race he won a record five times. He remains active in the sport as an official with Brumos Racing.

"Prior to going out, Hurley told me to get in the car and visualize the track," said Law, who won his only prior pole position at Homestead-Miami Speedway in 2005. "I kind of blew it off, but I did get in the car early and tried to visualize it. Then we went out and won the pole, and Hurley's taking all the credit for it."

Fogarty had a personal streak of winning the pole in his last five qualifying attempts, while he ended 2009 by winning the pole in six of the last seven races, including the finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway.

"We would like to be on the pole, but it's a good starting position," said Fogarty, who shared the 2007 and 2009 Daytona Prototype championships with Alex Gurney. "I'm a little disappointed that we didn't maximize qualifying, but we were also trying to conserve our tires and not put a lot of laps on them. We only ran one quick lap. The Brumos guys are right there and super fast. "

Edwards and Banner Racing won the GT class in three of its last four Homestead races in a Pontiac. Edwards will be joined on Saturday by Scott Russell in the No. 07 Mobil 1 Corvette, with the motorcycle legend missing Friday's Homestead activities to participate in SPEED's coverage of the Daytona 200 By Honda - America's premier motorcycle race. Russell won that event five times.

"We couldn't do three laps in a row at Daytona without it breaking down," said Edwards. "Today, we ran all day without a problem. The car's fast. We're getting the car very well balanced. The team's done a remarkable job to get the car where we didn't have a hiccup in it. That gives me a lot of confidence."

SpeedSource claimed the next three positions and Mazda the next four. Jonathan  Bomarito made his qualifying debut as regular co-driver in the Rolex 24 class-winning SpeedSource No. 70 Castrol Syntec Mazda RX-8 by winning the outside pole with a lap of 1:18.132 (105.975 mph).

John Edwards qualified third in the debut of the SpeedSource No. 68 Nuclear Clean Air Energy Mazda RX-8, 1:18.137 (105.968 mph), followed by Emil Assentato in the SpeedSource No. 69 FXDD Mazda, 1:18.144 (105.958 mph) and Todd Lamb in the No. 30 Racers Edge Motorsports Mazda RX-8, 1:18.219 (105.857 mph).

Also under Ham's old track record were Andrew Davis in the No. 57 Stevenson Automotive Group/Vin Solutions Camaro, James Gue in Dempsey Racing's No. 41 Global Diving Mazda RX-8 and Luke Hines in the No. 48 Miller Barrett Racing Porsche GT3.

Daytona Prototype Qualifying Quotes

Darren Law: It was great. We always run well at Homestead, and the Brumos car was very, very good as the tires came up. We had a real good run. I'm proud of everybody. This is the way we need to start the rest of the season after Daytona. We're going to be pushing hard at every race and make some points up. They said I was P-2, and I pushed harder on my next lap. There was enough grip to hang in there. I don't think I could have gotten another one in there.

Jon Fogarty: We're in a good starting position. I thought we were faster than the time represented on the board. I'm a little disappointed that we didn't maximize qualifying, but we were also trying to conserve our tires and not put a lot of laps on them. We only ran one quick lap. The Brumos guys are right there and super fast. We would like to be on the pole, but it's a good starting position."

Ricky Taylor: "The car was good. It completely transformed the car on new tires. We made some humongous setup changes to get the SunTrust car working, and it worked."

Results

Pos No. Class Pic Drivers Team/Car Time Speed
1 59 DP 1 Donohue / Law Brumos Racing / Porsche Riley 1:11.806 115.310
2 99 DP 2 Fogarty / Gurney GAINSCO/ Bob Stallings Racing / Chevrolet Riley 1:11.839 115.257
3 6 DP 3 Frisselle / Valiante Michael Shank Racing / Ford Riley 1:12.079 114.873
4 01 DP 4 Pruett / Rojas Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates / BMW Riley 1:12.166 114.735
5 10 DP 5 Angelelli / Taylor SunTrust Racing / Ford Dallara 1:12.282 114.551
6 95 DP 6 Hunter-Reay / Tucker Level 5 Motorsports / BMW Riley 1:12.346 114.450
7 61 DP 7 Frisselle / Wilkins AIM Autosport / Ford Riley 1:12.414 114.342
8 90 DP 8 Garcia / Rice Spirit of Daytona Racing / Porsche Coyote 1:12.505 114.199
9 9 DP 9 Barbosa / Borcheller Action Express Racing / Porsche Riley 1:12.606 114.040
10 8 DP 10 Dalziel / Forest Starworks Motorsport / BMW Riley 1:12.928 113.536
11 77 DP 11 Gidley / von Moltke Doran Racing / Ford Dallara 1:13.058 113.334
12 60 DP 12 Negri / Pew Michael Shank Racing / Ford Riley 1:13.107 113.258
13 7 DP 13 James / Lester Starworks Motorsport / BMW Riley 1:13.392 112.818
14 55 DP 14 Bouchut / Tucker Level 5 Motorsports / BMW Riley 1:13.433 112.755
15 75 DP 15 Jonsson / Krohn Krohn Racing / Ford Lola 1:14.085 111.763
16 07 GT 1 Edwards / Reese / Russell Banner Racing / Corvette 1:17.869 106.332
17 70 GT 2 Bomarito / Tremblay SpeedSource / Mazda RX-8 1:18.132 105.974
18 68 GT 3 Christodoulou / Edwards SpeedSource/Newman Wachs Racing / Mazda RX-8 1:18.137 105.967
19 69 GT 4 Assentato / Segal SpeedSource / Mazda RX-8 1:18.144 105.958
20 30 GT 5 Lamb / Taylor Racers Edge Motorsports / Mazda RX-8 1:18.219 105.856
21 57 GT 6 Davis / Liddell Stevenson Motorsports / Camaro GT.R 1:18.483 105.500
22 41 GT 7 Gue / Keen Dempsey Racing / Mazda RX-8 1:18.510 105.464
23 48 GT 8 Hines / Miller Miller Barrett Racing / Porsche GT3 1:18.830 105.036
24 40 GT 9 Dempsey / Foster Dempsey Racing / Mazda RX-8 1:19.343 104.357
25 44 GT 10 Potter / Stanton Magnus Racing / Porsche GT3 1:19.391 104.293
26 66 GT 11 Ballou / Lally TRG / Porsche GT3 1:19.887 103.646
27 28 GT 12 Collins / Lux LG Motorsports / Corvette 1:20.020 103.474
28 97 GT 13 Magnussen / Schaldach Stevenson Motorsports / Camaro GT.R 1:20.052 103.432
29 43 GT 14 Nonnamaker / Nonnamaker Team Sahlen / Mazda RX-8 1:20.285 103.132
30 42 GT 15 Nonnamaker / Sahlen Team Sahlen / Mazda RX-8 1:20.861 102.397
31 67 GT 16 Pumpelly / Saravia Toriello TRG / Porsche GT3 1:21.864 101.143
32 72 GT 17 Grant / Grant / Grant Grant Racing/901 Shop / Porsche GT3 1:22.038 100.928
33 94 GT 0 Auberlen / Dalla Lana / Hand Turner Motorsport / BMW M6 - -
34 46 GT 0 Lewis / Zahn Autohaus Motorsports / Porsche GT3 - -

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