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5 Scott Pruett 250
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Montoya, Duran, & Pruett win the Rolex 24 at Daytona

Grand-Am Endurance Classic
Sunday, January 28, 2007

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Winning No. 01 Lexus Riley of Pruett, Duran and Montoya

Daytona Beach, Fla.-- 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 event of the 2007 Grand-Am Rolex Sports Car Series presented by Crown Royal Special Reserve.

While the No. 01 team never fell out of the top-three overall positions in the final 21 hours of the race, the battle came to a head late in the 20th hour with Ryan Dalziel in the No. 11 CITGO/SAMAX Pontiac Riley leading Montoya in the No. 01 and Max Angelelli in the No. 10 SunTrust Pontiac Riley in a nose-to-tail fight for the overall lead. Dalziel managed to keep both vaunted road racers behind him, although Montoya and Angelelli did exchange second place a handful of times.

The battle continued for nearly an hour before Dalziel surrendered the lead to Angelelli when he pitted for fuel and tires. Angelelli led one lap before Montoya claimed the lead for good in Turn 4 with slightly less than two hours and 45 minutes remaining. At the conclusion of that lap--Lap 578--Angelelli pulled onto pit lane and Montoya moved out into the lead.

The Colombian got customary stellar service from the TELMEX/Target crew when he pitted two laps later and managed to maintain the lead of the race. He was pressured from behind by both Dalziel and Angelelli for the better part of another hour before both Angelelli and Dalziel pitted before him to turn their cars over to co-drivers Jan Magnussen and Patrick Carpentier, respectively.

Montoya gave control of the No. 01 machine--and the race lead--to Pruett with slightly more than 90 minutes remaining and the 2004 Rolex Series Daytona Prototype co-champion steadily pulled away over the remainder of the race, crossing the stripe 1:15.842 ahead of Carpentier to secure the victory. It was the third-closest finish in Rolex 24 At Daytona history.


The No. 11 CITGO car pushed the winners all race long

It was Pruett's second overall victory and seventh class triumph in the Rolex 24, moving Pruett into sole possession of first place on the all-time Rolex 24 class winners list. He entered the race tied with Hurley Haywood and Peter Gregg with six class victories.

"We got three cars going for it on the lead lap with a couple of hours to go with very talented drivers putting on a fantastic show," Pruett said. "That's what this is all about. When you get down to the very last stages of the race and be doing that, it says a lot about the series and the teams with the way they prep the cars and race them. This is no small feat getting everything going for this race between the people and the cars and all the preparation. It's just fantastic. I can't say enough for all the participants and everybody that came and saw it."

For Montoya, the Rolex 24 triumph made him the first driver in history to win a 24-hour race at Daytona, the Indianapolis 500, a Formula 1 race and a Champ Car or IndyCar championship. The legendary Mario Andretti also owns a sports car victory in addition to winning at Indy, in Formula 1 and open-wheel championships, but his Daytona sports car win came in the 1972 six-hour event. It was Montoya's first appearance in the Rolex 24, and Montoya also won the Indianapolis 500 in his first and only appearance in 2000, as well as the 1999 Champ Car World Series title as a rookie.


Pruett, Montoya and Duran celebrate with NASCAR legend Richard Petty

"It was pretty tough," Montoya said. "My last stint running with Angelelli and Dalziel, they were going at it really hard. It made my life pretty miserable. It got to a point when I would run behind them, I was third in the group, and I was like, 'I'm not going to hop into that.' We led 18 or 20 hours up to that point. I managed to catch up to them. I knew our fuel mileage was better than them. You want to try to get ahead of them but at the same time you don't want to screw up the race. There was a fine line. It was a good way to start the year with Chip."

The No. 01 team combined to lead a race-high 468 of the 668 laps run. Montoya led 170 laps, while Pruett spent 161 orbits at the head of the field and Duran led 137 laps in his Rolex 24 At Daytona debut. It was the second-consecutive Rolex 24 At Daytona overall victory for Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates, making Ganassi and Sabates the first team owners since Al Holbert in 1986 and 1987 to take back-to-back wins in the Rolex 24.

"For a rookie in this event, I felt really good going in with a team like this behind me and the great drivers I was fortunate enough to have been paired with," Duran said. "I think I learned that this race is all about consistency and confidence. Scott and Juan played their cards right, while at the same time giving me the confidence to drive to the best of my ability. I think I was able to make the right moves at the right times, and that ultimately led to this team getting through the race nearly incident free."

The No. 11 CITGO/SAMAX team of Dalziel, Carpentier, Darren Manning and Milka Duno had an outstanding run to finish second. Dalziel acquitted himself well by keeping world-renowned road racers Montoya and Angelelli in his mirrors for more than 45 minutes, and was rewarded for his efforts with a second-place result, which matches the Scotsman's Rolex Series career-best performance. He led a total of 37 laps.

"It's kind of funny, because earlier on today two of my biggest heroes are Juan Pablo Montoya and Jimmie Johnson, and I got to race both of them one time," Dalziel said. "That's what's good about Daytona. The CITGO/SAMAX car ran strong all day. This was my second time doing the Rolex 24. I had less success last year. This was a fun race, a hard race. Everybody was giving it 100 percent. To come down that close among the three cars was pretty amazing. It was a really good event."

Manning and Carpentier led 51 and 17 laps, respectively, en route to their career-best results in the Rolex Series. Manning's previous best performance was a third-place run in the 2004 Rolex Series season finale at California Speedway, while Carpentier's previous best result in the Rolex Series was seventh at Infineon Raceway last year.

"I'm very happy," Manning said "It was great; I think everyone said everything about how great it is to have so many competitive cars out there. It was a bit of a shame, really, that there was only three of us left out there at the end. There were so many other fast cars out there. It was really good and I just can't believe how flat-out we were going. Max said he was pushing 100 percent and we were as well. It was just amazing. My foot still hurts from braking."

Having already made history by becoming the first woman to win overall in a major North American auto race when she and then-co-driver Andy Wallace won at Homestead-Miami Speedway in 2004, Duno put another entry into the record books today by taking the best overall result for a woman in Rolex 24 history. She owns a total of three Rolex Series victories.

While the No. 01 never went to its garage and the No. 11 ran a relatively trouble-free race as well, the No. 10 SunTrust Pontiac Riley team of Angelelli, Magnussen, Wayne Taylor and Jeff Gordon clawed their way back from five laps down to play a major role in the outcome of the Rolex 24 before finishing third. After leading 29 laps during the first hour of the race, the No. 10 machine went to the garage to replace the engine control unit and lost five laps.

"We had an early issue that put us five laps down and it was a true testament to the team that we were able to overcome those problems," said Taylor. "Jan, Jeff and Max did a wonderful job throughout the race and it shows what we can do as a brand new team."

Shortly after daybreak, the No. 10 machine returned to the lead lap and Angelelli took the lead on Lap 577, some 546 laps and 20 hours after his first stint in the lead. Angelelli and Magnussen kept the pressure on throughout the closing stages, but with 40 minutes remaining, Magnussen encountered brake problems in Turn 1 and slid off-course. He limped the car back to the pits and the team repaired the braking system, but the No. 10 wound up two laps down to the winners.

"It was a really fun race," said Angelelli. "I was pushing and everybody was pushing from the beginning. It was nice to see all the drivers come from all these series to this race. Hopefully we can come back next year and win it."

A four-time NASCAR Cup champion and three-time Daytona 500 winner, Gordon competed in his first Rolex 24 At Daytona. He commented after the race, however, that it certainly would not be his last.

"I had a great experience with Wayne and his whole group," said Gordon. "I worked a lot with Max during the tests and him and Jan were so helpful to get me up to speed. I had a blast out there, but I made some mistakes so I'm going to have to come back because I don't like to make mistakes. I want to come back and fix those and give it another try and just be more of an asset to the team. All in all, it was a really great experience for me. All the hard work these guys put in is unbelievable. It's a very challenging race."

Five-time Rolex 24 At Daytona overall winner Haywood and co-drivers Roberto Moreno, Joao Barbosa and JC France combined to turn in a stellar fourth-place result aboard the No. 59 Brumos Racing Porsche Riley. The quartet came home six laps behind the winners, but was a fixture in the top five for much of the race.

Another solid performance came from the No. 61 Exchange Traded Gold/AIM Autosport Lexus Riley team of Mark Wilkins, David Empringham and Burt and Brian Frisselle. The foursome--co-driving the same car that Scott Pruett qualified on the pole position for the 2004 Rolex 24 At Daytona--wound up fifth, nine laps back.

Chris Festa, Tomas Enge, Christian Montanari, Roger Yasukawa and Kris Szekeres finished sixth in the No. 7 SAMAX Pontiac Riley, followed by Memo Gidley, Fabrizio Gollin, Michel Jourdain Jr. and Oriol Servia who finished seventh in the No. 77 Kodak/Doran Racing Ford Doran. Timo Bernhard, BJ Zacharias and Rob and Charles Morgan were eighth in the No. 47 TruSpeed Motorsports Porsche Riley, followed by Mark Patterson, Oswaldo Negri Jr., Helio Castroneves and Sam Hornish Jr. in the No. 60 Fresh From Florida/Michael Shank Racing Lexus Riley in ninth. Rob Finlay, Michael Valiante, Bobby Labonte and Michael McDowell completed the top 10 in the No. 19 Z-Line Designs/Make-A-Wish/Mission Residential/Menards/Uniden Ford Crawford.

The No. 6 Michael Shank Racing Lexus Riley of A.J. Allmendinger, Paul Tracy, Ian James and Henri Zogaib led 29 laps before a myriad of mechanical issues dropped them back in the field. The quartet wound up 26th overall and 16th in the Daytona Prototype class.

Marc Goossens led six early laps in the No. 91 Lowe's Riley-Matthews Motorsports Pontiac Riley he was sharing with Jim Matthews, Ryan Hunter-Reay and 2006 NASCAR NEXTEL Cup champion and the car was a front-runner in the early stages before Matthews made contact with the No. 20 Jackson Hewitt/Subway Pontiac Crawford of Andy Wallace. The contact was followed by a series of mechanical problems, relegating the No. 91 team to 36th place overall and 19th in the Daytona Prototype class.

For much of the first half, the No. 58 Red Bull/Brumos Racing Porsche Riley of Scott Sharp, Buddy Rice, David Donohue and Darren Law was a top contender, with Sharp and Rice combining to lead 18 laps. While running second overall in the 10th hour, Sharp was hit by Tom Malloy in the No. 41 Team Sahlen Porsche GT3, doing heavy damage to the No. 58 machine, which wound up 40th overall and 20th in class.

One year after claiming the overall Rolex 24 At Daytona victory, IndyCar champions Scott Dixon and Dan Wheldon, as well as No. 02 Target/TELMEX Lexus Riley co-driver Memo Rojas, were front-runners through the 20-hour mark and Dixon led seven laps. Unfortunately for the team, Rojas slid off-course in Turn 1 just four minutes into the 21st hour and made hard contact with the tire barrier. The team was forced to retire as a result of the damage and was credited with 41st overall and 21st in the Daytona Prototype class.

After starting from the pole position in the No. 99 GAINSCO/Bob Stallings Racing Pontiac Riley, Alex Gurney led the first three laps of the race in the car he was sharing with Jon Fogarty, Jimmy Vasser and Bob Stallings. Disaster struck for the team just 10 minutes into the race, however, as Gurney collected the No. 42 Team Sahlen Porsche GT3 of Michael Auriemma when the hood flew up on the Porsche in NASCAR Turn 4. The resulting damage and subsequent other mechanical issues left the No. 99 team 46th overall and 22nd in the Daytona Prototype class.

The No. 20 machine, which Wallace shared with Butch Leitzinger and two-time NASCAR Cup champion Tony Stewart, was battling mechanical problems even before the contact with the No. 91 and wound up 48th overall and 24th in the Daytona Prototype class. Bill Auberlen led two laps in the No. 05 Luggage Express/Team Sigalsport BMW Riley he shared with Karl Wendlinger, Matthew Alhadeff and Gene Sigal and the No. 05 machine was also an early front-runner that succumbed to mechanical problems. The No. 05 was credited with 52nd overall and 25th in the Daytona Prototype class.

The race was slowed 13 times by full-course caution for a total of 82 laps and also included the first red-flag stoppage since 2004. As the race approached the halfway point, Chris Pallis in the No. 82 Synergy Racing Team Seattle Porsche GT3 damaged the guardrail on the inside of Turn 1. Pallis escaped injury, but the guardrail repairs required a 78-minute stoppage.

One day after SunTrust Banks announced the doubling of award money for the SunTrust "Improve Your Position" Awards in the Daytona Prototype and GT categories, the No. 7 SAMAX Pontiac Riley and No. 67 TRG Porsche GT3 were the first teams to be awarded with the extra bonus. The No. 7 machine finished sixth after starting at the back of the Daytona Prototype grid (an improvement of 22 positions) when the No. 67 car logged a respectable 12th place GT finish after starting 33rd, an improvement of 21 positions.

Winners Quote board

SCOTT PRUETT (No.01 TELMEX/Target) “The job that this TELMEX team did today was just outstanding, and the car performed flawlessly. We always hear that this event sports the best group of drivers in all of racing, and it turned out to be one hell of a shootout at the end with three cars battling for the win. I think it says a lot about our team and this series. What a fantastic feeling.”

JUAN PABLO MONTOYA (No.01 TELMEX/Target) “I thought it was pretty tough overall. Max Angelelli and Darren Manning (No.10 car) gave me a run for my money through my last stint, doing everything they could to make my life miserable. I starting thinking about all the things that could go wrong after leading 18-20 hours, and then not winning the race. I wanted to go as fast as I could and pass people, but I also didn’t want to be remembered for taking someone out of the race in its final stages. This is a great win for the team and I look forward to running for Chip and Felix in the upcoming NASCAR season.”

SALVADOR DURAN (No.01 TELMEX/Target) “For a rookie in this event, I felt really good going in with a team like this behind me and the great drivers I was fortunate enough to have been paired with. I think I learned that this race is all about consistency and confidence. Scott and Juan played their cards right, while at the same time giving me the confidence to drive to the best of my ability. I think I was able to make the right moves at the right times, and that ultimately led to this team getting through the race nearly incident free.”

SCOTT DIXON (No.02 Target/TELMEX) “The team did such a great job. There were a lot of ups and downs but while it is disappointing not to finish this year’s race because of all of the hard work that went into it, it’s always so much fun to take part in the Rolex 24. I’m really happy the Chip Ganassi Racing team was able to defend the win. It really is cool to win back to back.”

DAN WHELDON (No.02 Target/TELMEX) “The effort put in by the entire team is really incredible and it really showed with the second consecutive team win at the Rolex 24. It’s amazing to drive for so long and still be as close as it was all the way to the finish line. It was just so exciting. It’s too bad that we weren’t part of it at the finish as well but this was definitely a team win.”

MEMO ROJAS (No.02 Target/TELMEX) “We had two fires, rain, offs and a lot of traffic to negotiate in my first sports car race. I had high expectations for myself and for the team, and I’m disappointed that we could not finish the race the way we wanted to. It’s unfortunate for the guys that put so much time into this, but I hope to use the rest of the season to make up for it. I learned a lot from the team and these great drivers. This was an incredible experience for me.”

Results

Pos No. Class Class Pos. Drivers Team/Car Laps Sponsors
1 01 DP 1 Pruett/ Duran/ Pablo Montoya TELMEX Chip Ganassi with Felix Sabates / Lexus Riley 668 TELMEX/ Target
2 11 DP 2 Duno/ Carpentier/ Manning/ Dalziel SAMAX / Pontiac Riley 668 CITGO
3 10 DP 3 Taylor/ Angelelli/ Gordon/ Magnussen SunTrust Racing / Pontiac Riley 666 SunTrust
4 59 DP 4 Haywood/ France/ Barbosa/ Moreno Brumos Porsche/ Kendall / Porsche Riley 662 Brumos Porsche
5 61 DP 5 Wilkins/ Empringham/ Frisselle/ Frisselle Exchange Traded Gold AIM Autosport / Lexus Riley 657 Barrick Gold/ RBC Royal Bank/ Telus' Mike Network/ Peter Munk Cardiac Centre
6 7 DP 6 Yasukawa/ Enge/ Festa/ Montana SAMAX / Pontiac Riley 655 SAMAX
7 77 DP 7 Gidley/ Gollin/ Jourdain/ Servia Feeds The Need/ Doran Racing / Ford Doran 655 Kodak
8 47 DP 8 Morgan/ Morgan/ Bernhard/ Zacharias TruSpeed Motorsports / Porsche Riley 636 Querencia Golf Club, Los Cabos/ TruSpeed Motorcars/ Wright Motorsports
9 60 DP 9 Patterson/ Negri Jr/ Castroneves/ Hornish Jr Michael Shank Racing / Lexus Riley 628 Michael Shank Racing/ Fresh From Florida/ The Fresh From Florida Lexus Riley
10 19 DP 10 Finlay/ Valiante/ Labonte/ McDowell Finlay Motorsports / Ford Crawford 627 Z-Line/ Make-A-Wish
11 22 GT 1 de Quesada/ Dumoulin/ Gabel/ Basseng Alegra Motorsports/ Fiorano Racing / Porsche GT3 Cup 626 todaymd.com/ Gatorade
12 07 GT 2 Edwards/ Collins/ Pilgrim Banner Racing / Pontiac GXP.R 626 Banner Engineering
13 64 GT 3 Lowe/ Pace/ van Overbeek/ Kelleners TRG / Porsche GT3 Cup 625 JLowe Racing/SRS/Globus Medical/NMT/CEO Driving Challenge
14 06 GT 4 Reese/ Lewis Jr/ O'Connell/ Ed Banner Racing / Pontiac GXP 624 Banner Engineering
15 70 GT 5 Haskell/ Tremblay/ Ham/ Pobst SpeedSource / Mazda RX-8 624 Mazda/ Mazdaspeed
16 73 GT 6 Eric Nielsen/ Quester/ Martini/ Peter Tafel Racing / Porsche GT3 Cup 617 Red Bull/ The One and Only Resort
17 75 DP 11 Braun/ Papis/ Lehto Krohn Racing / Pontiac Riley 615 Krohn Racing
18 23 DP 12 Long/ Bergmeister/ Dumas Ruby Tuesday Championship Racing / Porsche Crawford 615 Ruby Tuesday
19 69 GT 7 Assentato/ Longhi/ Segal/ Plumb SpeedSource / Mazda RX-8 612 FXDD
20 17 GT 8 Lacey/ Wilkins/ Mowlem/ Papadopoulos/ Arnold Doncaster Racing / Porsche GT3 Cup 611 MineStar/ Tim Hortons
21 76 DP 13 Krohn/ Jonsson/ Said Krohn Racing / Pontiac Riley 607 Krohn Racing
22 35 GT 9 Constantine/ Borkowski/ Murry/ Prewitt Playboy Racing/ Unitech / Porsche GT3 Cup 606 Playboy/ Vonage
23 27 GT 10 O'Connell/ Speakman/ Bowles/ Roush/ Pechnik O'Connell Racing / Porsche GT3 Cup 605 Taleo Grill/ General Environmental Management/ X Satelite/Direct TV
24 39 DP 14 Fittipaldi/ Cheever Jr/ Collard/ Maassen Cheever Racing / Porsche Crawford 601 Crown Royal Special Reserve/ Cheever Racing
25 84 DP 15 Robinson/ Dallenbach/ Dallenbach/ Legge Robinson Racing / Pontiac Riley 596 74 Ranch Resort
26 6 DP 16 Zogaib/ James/ Tracy/ Allmendinger Michael Shank Racing / Lexus Riley 595 Michael Shank Racing
27 81 GT 11 Johnson/ Huisman/ Westbrook/ Lietz Synergy Racing / Porsche GT3 Cup 590 EMC Mechanical/ Gamewell Mechanical
28 67 GT 12 Cloet/ Bourque/ Solley/ Harris TRG / Porsche GT3 Cup 588 driving.ca/ dose.ca/ Mo's Gold/ Solley Motorsports/ canada.com/ shopping/ working.com/
29 00 DP 17 Carpenter/ Scheckter/ George/ Foyt/ Gregoire Vision Racing / Porsche Crawford 587 Vision Racing
30 65 GT 13 Marden/ Milner/ Peterson/ Gomez TRG / Porsche GT3 Cup 583 Thomas Weisel Partners Racing/ Nextbend/ Muffintops Racing/ Driving for Donors/ Skip Barber
31 85 GT 14 Keen/ Ehret/ Werner/ Hardt Farnbacher Loles Motorsports / Porsche GT3 Cup 579 Shoes for Crews/ Flamingo Resort/ RECARO
32 51 DP 18 Newton/ Erdos/ Brix/ Cheever Cheever Racing / Porsche Fabcar 579 NetVu Video/ Cheever Racing
33 68 GT 15 Ballou/ DeSimone II/ Jaeger/ Gleason TRG / Porsche GT3 Cup 578 Mitchell Global/ Gleason
34 14 GT 16 Patch/ McGehee/ Allen/ Hamblin/ Friedman Autometrics Motorsports / Porsche GT3 Cup 572 BL Patch/ MAC Papers/ Lexair
35 66 GT 17 Valentine/ Lally/ Pumpelly/ Greenberg/ Buckler TRG / Porsche GT3 Cup 563 iRise/ CRG/ F1 Air/ Maxter/ Rotax/ NFP/ MBA Group/ NETTTS
36 91 DP 19 Matthews/ Goossens/ Johnson/ Hunter-Reay Lowe's Riley-Matthews Motorsports / Pontiac Riley 560 Lowe's
37 72 GT 18 Davis/ Swartzbaugh/ Liddell/ Muller/ Tafel Tafel Racing / Porsche GT3 Cup 555 Tafel Racing
38 87 GT 19 Zugel/ Burke/ Jeannette/ Eversley Farnbacher Loles Motorsports / Porsche GT3 Cup 545 RECARO
39 74 GT 20 Lux/ Henzler/ Farnbacher/ Tafel Tafel Racing / Porsche GT3 Cup 544 Rembrandt Charms
40 58 DP 20 Donohue/ Law/ Rice/ Sharp Red Bull/ Brumos Porsche / Porsche Riley 542 Red Bull/ Brumos Porsche
41 02 DP 21 Dixon/ Wheldon/ Rojas Target Chip Ganassi with Felix Sabates / Lexus Riley 538 Target/ TELMEX
42 43 GT 21 Sahlen/ Nonnamaker/ Nonnamaker/ Nonnamaker Team Sahlen / Corvette 530 HRPworld.com/ GOJO/ Hawk
43 42 GT 22 Auriemma/ Mayes/ Kaemmer/ Wilcox/ Varsha Team Sahlen / Porsche GT3 Cup 514 ShopZilla.com/ Trench Shoring/ Bob Brent's Orchard
44 89 GT 23 Ellis/ Grande/ Rossi/ Wellon Autometrics Motorsports / Porsche GT3 Cup 512 Hop-A-Jet Worldwide Jet Charter/ The Skin Wellness Center/ Gemstar Group
45 83 GT 24 Gaylord/ Pickering/ Hilton/ McCrackin Synergy Racing / Porsche GT3 Cup 508 Team Seattle
46 99 DP 22 Fogarty/ Gurney/ Vasser/ Stallings Gainsco/ Bob Stallings Racing / Pontiac Riley 493 Gainsco Auto Insurance
47 12 DP 23 Schramm/ Baldwin/ Lester/ Bell RVO Motorsports / Pontiac Riley 458 Rock Valley Oil & Chemical Co
48 20 DP 24 Wallace/ Leitzinger/ Stewart Howard Motorsports / Pontiac Crawford 450 Jackson Hewitt/ SUBWAY
49 57 GT 25 Cicero II/ Bunting/ Gue/ Stevenson/ Gigliotti Stevenson Motorsports / Corvette 444 Stevenson Automotive
50 88 GT 26 Stanton/ Miller/ Charouz/ Jackson/ Pank Farnbacher Loles Motorsports / Porsche GT3 Cup 434 MarquisJet/ Baysaver Technologies/ Quicken Loans
51 97 GT 27 Rice/ Riggins/ Stevenson/ Trenery/ Gigliotti Stevenson Motorsports / Corvette 414 Stevenson Automotive
52 05 DP 25 Auberlen/ Alhadeff/ Sigal/ Wendlinger Luggage Express Team Sigalsport BMW / BMW Riley 367 Luggage Express/ Sigalsport
53 30 GT 28 Aschenbach/ Lofton/ Smith/ Pavan Racers Edge Motorsports / Pontiac GXP.R 359 Pontiac/ Maxwell Paper Products
54 41 GT 29 Brent/ Malloy/ Michaelian/ Michaelian/ Becker Team Sahlen / Porsche GT3 Cup 316 ShopZilla.com/ Trench Shoring/ Bob Brent's Orchard
55 16 DP 26 Dyson/ Dyson/ Smith/ Gavin Howard Motorsports / Porsche Crawford 295 Thetford/ Norcold
56 24 GT 30 Pickett/ Cotter/ Walker/ Montg Matt Connolly Motorsports / BMW M3 276 P1 Groupe/ BiltBest Windows
57 82 GT 31 Kitch Jr/ Pennington/ Pallis/ Bawcutt Synergy Racing / Porsche GT3 Cup 250 Team Seattle
58 18 DP 27 Alzen/ Renauer/ Borcheller/ Mazzacane VICI Racing / Porsche Fabcar 240 XM Satellite Radio
59 15 GT 32 Nastasi/ Tagliani/ Cosmo/ Limoges Blackforest Motorsports / Mustang Cobra GT 235 USG Sheetrock/ Ramset Tools/ Guardian Insulation
60 86 GT 33 Bowman/ Bell/ Willsey/ Price Farnbacher Loles Motorsports / Porsche GT3 Cup 232 Bowman Racing/ Bell Micro/ Falko Partners/ Savvion/ PopCap Games
61 45 GT 34 Wilson/ Lewis/ Sellers/ Hand Howard Motorsports / Infiniti G35 230 Gilbran
62 3 DP 28 Lewis/ Ruhlman/ Rahal/ Forbes-Robinson Southard Motorsports / Lexus Riley 214 Preformed Line Products/ TrueChoice Motorsports
63 28 GT 35 Baas/ Feinberg/ McQuiston/ Safina At Speed Motorsports / Porsche GT3 Cup 196 At Speed Motorsports/ 790 The Ticket/ Ian Global Shipping/ Celette
64 46 GT 36 Baughman/ Collyer/ Connolly/ Yeakle/ Del Vecchio Michael Baughman Racing / Corvette 186 Global Market, USA/ New York Board of Trade/ Central Florida Council Boy Scouts of America
65 08 GT 37 Goldin/ Goldin/ Finger/ Zitza Goldin Brothers Racing / Mazda RX-8 163 CCM Cellular/ H.A. Racing/ digiTunes
66 21 GT 38 Connolly/ Pecorari/ Workman/ M Matt Connolly Motorsports / BMW M3 153 P1 Groupe
67 48 GT 39 Hauser/ Dubler/ Magner/ DeFontes WTF Engineering / Corvette 89 Dubler Mohrenkopf/ Huber/ www.Corvettetotal.ch
68 52 GT 40 Drudi/ Rosa/ Montermini/ Ceccato/ Angelo Masselli Mastercar / Ferrari 360GT 83 Baums/ Canaria/ Suomy
69 63 GT 41 Spencer/ Spencer/ Grupp/ Drummond/ Espenlaub Team Spencer Motorsports / Mazda RX-8 74 Team Spencer Motorsports
70 49 GT 42 Sahlen/ Nonnamaker/ Nonnamaker/ Nonnamaker Team Sahlen / Corvette 0 HRPworld.com/ GOJO/ Hawk

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