With thrilling last-lap pass at Virginia International Raceway
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Diaz leads flag to flag at Virginia International Raceway,joins Rayhall in winning Two-Part Prototype Challenge Race
French, Ostella second in combined results for Performance Tech Motorsports – Tagliani tries to fight back in Virginia!
Luis Diaz took over where teammate Sean Rayhall left off at Virginia International Raceway, leading every lap of Sunday’s 45-minute Prototype Challenge (PC) segment to give the No. 25 8Star Motorsports Takis/Speedsters ORECA FLM09 the overall victory in the TUDOR United SportsCar Championship event.
Wilson prevails in thrilling Continental Tire Challenge battle, takes second victory for TRG-AMR at Virginia International Raceway
Second-Place Finish Helps Liddell, Davis Gain GS Point Lead
Foss Joins Mosing In Winning Porsche Cayman, Tied Atop ST Standings. Kris Wilson held off repeated attempts to take the lead by Robin Liddell on Saturday at Virginia International Raceway, and held on to score his second Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge victory of the season at Virginia International Raceway.
Ferrari rides momentum to TUDOR Championship GTLM Pole at VIR, Kaffer becomes Ninth different Pole winner in nine races
TRG-AMR Recovers From Road America Incident For Second Consecutive GTD TOTAL Pole Award
Riding a wave of momentum that began by winning the pole position at Indianapolis Motor Speedway and the GT Le Mans (GTLM) race in the most recent TUDOR United SportsCar Championship round at Road America, Ferrari and Risi Competizione earned the pole position for Sunday’s Oak Tree Grand Prix at Virginia International Raceway.
“It was a great day for the RSR Team!”
Canada’s most versatile race car driver wasted no time at all getting back up to speed in the Prototype Challenge Sports Car side of his extremely busy 2014 racing schedule, as the TUDOR United SportsCar Challenge staged practice Friday at Virginia International Raceway.
VIR presents the opportunity to show the true performance potential of Ostella and the car.
David Ostella is looking for clean, green racing and a podium finish at Virginia International Raceway (VIR) when he travels with Performance Tech Motorsports to compete in the Oak Tree Grand Prix on Aug. 22-24.
Oak Tree Grand Prix Spotlights GT Classes
Virginia International Raceway returns to its heritage of IMSA GT racing with this weekend’s Oak Tree Grand Prix. The two-hour, 45-minute race on Sunday at 4 p.m. ET (live, FOX Sports 1) will showcase the GT Le Mans (GTLM) and GT Daytona (GTD) classes of the TUDOR United SportsCar Championship.
McGregor beat out Skylar Robinson in a gripping closing-laps battle
After failing to qualify on the first row for the first time since 2012, Tim Minor didn’t waste much time – moving into the lead on lap one from third at VIR and leading every lap for his fourth win in 2014 in round six of the F2000 Championship Series.
The Atlantic Championship Series had its VIRginia International Raceway debut Friday June 6, on a newly paved track
Keith Grant has strong showing at VIR practice
As the day ended it was Polestar’s Keith Grant at the top of the time sheets in the afternoon practice session. Grant is still looking for his first win on the season while Jimmy Simpson and Daniel Burkett, who had an up-and-down day, followed on the time sheets.
Tucker, Briscoe win P2, Team Title; Marcelli, Cumming take second straight PC Triumph
After battling Dyson Racing throughout the opening two hours, Muscle Milk Pickett Racing dominated the final 45 minutes to score its eighth consecutive American Le Mans Series presented by Tequila Patrón victory, with Lucas Luhr and Klaus Graf winning Saturday’s Oak Tree Grand Prix at Virginia International Raceway.
Minor started from first place, his second pole and second win of the weekend
Tim Minor briefly lost his race lead on a messy restart but took it back one lap later and pulled out a gap in the No. 88 Citation to take his second win in two days and sweep the F2000 season opener at VIR for Ski Motorsports.