AIMing for a repeat of last year
In 2012 Starworks Motorsport entered the history books by becoming the first LMP2 Champions in the FIA World Endurance Championship
Allan McNish, Alex Popow, Ryan Dalziel and Sébastien Bourdais will pilot the #8 Starworks Motorsport Riley-Ford Daytona Prototype at the 51st Grand-Am Rolex 24 at Daytona International Speedway on 26-27 January 2013.
Michael Shank Racing ready to defend Rolex 24 Victory
While rain slowed the second day of November Rolex 24 At Daytona testing at Daytona International Speedway, Rolex Sports Car Series teams still got plenty of track time as they prepared for the grueling twice-around-the-clock challenge on Jan. 26-27.
Spotlights combined weekends with GRAND-AM at Road America and “super endurance weekend” at Circuit of The Americas
The 2013 American Le Mans Series presented by Tequila Patrón race schedule is a compelling, 10-round slate, featuring a unique joint weekend with the GRAND-AM Rolex Sports Car Series at Road America and what’s being termed a super endurance weekend in combination with the FIA World Endurance Championship at the spectacular new Circuit of The Americas (CoTA) in Texas.
Team Eager to Race Following Eight-week Schedule Break
AIM Autosport Team FXDD is excitedly looking forward to racing its Ferrari 458 Italia GT Grand-Am in the upcoming race at Barber Motorsports Park, near Birmingham, Ala., the site of round two of the 2012 Rolex Sports Car Series. The team has been hard at work during the eight-week break since the season opener, the Fiftieth Anniversary Rolex 24 at Daytona. Making its racing debut, the FXDD Ferrari 458 finished eighth in the gruelling 24-hour race.
Growing on winning program with move to BMW M3 in Rolex Series competition
When Will Turner announced that his Turner Motorsport team would step up to compete in the Rolex Sports Car Series with a BMW M6 GT Class program in 2010, it seemed like just a matter of time before the multiple-championship winning organization would be winning races in GRAND-AM’s top series.
Veteran NASCAR executive to oversee growing Sports Car Organization
Tom Bledsoe has been named president of GRAND-AM Road Racing, it was announced today by the sports car sanctioning body. Bledsoe has served as GRAND-AM’s chief operation officer and vice president since December 2007, and has been acting president since Roger Edmondson took a leave of absence earlier this year due to health reasons.
GRAND-AM drivers storm New York City’s Grand Central Terminal for Lime Rock Park promo
Several GRAND-AM drivers and teams, many with ties to New York City, visited Grand Central Terminal on Wednesday to promote the upcoming Rolex Sports Car Series presented by Crown Royal Cask No. 16 and Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge races at Lime Rock Park.
GRAND-AM announced that President Roger Edmondson leaves to address personal health issues
GRAND-AM has grown and flourished under Edmondson’s leadership since its inception in 1999. His leave is effective now. Tom Bledsoe will assume the day-to-day leadership role for GRAND-AM and continue to be supported by the management team including Vice President of Competition Dave Spitzer, Managing Director of Competition Mark Raffauf and Vice President of Marketing & Communications Kevin Hindson.
For an additional five years
Following one of the most competitive seasons in its 10-year history, GRAND-AM Road Racing continues to combine growth stability in announcing today a five-year extension with longtime partner Featherlite Trailers. The renewal maintains a relationship that began during GRAND-AM’s inaugural season of competition in 2000.
Combined race at Lime Rock, spring race at Barber, 48th Rolex 24 highlight 2010 calendar
Grand-Am Road Racing announced today its 2010 schedule for the Rolex Sports Car Series presented by Crown Royal Cask No. 16, featuring 12 Daytona Prototype and GT class combined-races in a dozen family-friendly weekends of world famous sports car racing.
AIM Autosport returns to defend at Montreal – 2008 race winners hoping for another victory on home turf
This weekend, AIM Autosport is back at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve for the The Grand Am Rolex Montreal 200 where they hope to defend their 2008 race win. Not only was this the first Rolex Sports Car Series presented by Crown Royal Cask No 16 victory for the Woodbridge, Ontario based team, it is on record as the closest finish in series history.
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Guy Cosmo and Marc-Antoine Camirand once again sharing driving duties
It can be hard to be the new guy, and when Spirit of Daytona Racing hits the track with the only Porsche V8-Coyote combination in the Rolex Sports Car Series paddock, that is the role the team plays as it competes against other Daytona Prototype packages that boast thousands of miles of racing history.
“Let it Rain,” says Spirit of Daytona Racing
After a disappointing qualifying session set the No. 09 Porsche V8-Coyote on the ninth row for Friday nights Rolex Sports Car Series Crown Royal 200, Spirit of Daytona Racing could hardly be blamed for thinking that a rain race might be the best conditions for another strong outing with drivers Guy Cosmo and Marc-Antoine Camirand at Watkins Glen.