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Lowe’s Fernandez Racing on the Podium at Infineon Raceway

The #12 Lowe's Fernandez Racing Pontiac Riley duo of Adrian Fernandez and Mario Haberfeld waged a furious battle for victory today in the Grand American Rolex Series Sonoma 250 at Infineon Raceway and came home with a third-place finish for the team's second podium of the season and fourth top-five run in the last seven outings. Read More »

CompUSA Team Claims Series-Leading Fifth Win of Season in Sonoma

CompUSA Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates pilot Scott Pruett took over for co-driver Luis Diaz on Lap 25 of 99, built up a 40-second lead during an alternate pit strategy and survived a late stop to beat the no.4 Pontiac-Crawford to the line by 2.22 seconds to win the Rolex Series inaugural event at Infineon Raceway. It is the team's second win in a row after capturing the Crown Royal 200 two weeks ago at Watkins Glen. Read More »

Pruett and Diaz Claim Series-Leading Fourth Win of 2006 at Watkins Glen

Scott Pruett held off a hard-charging Max Angelelli following a restart with two laps remaining in the Crown Royal 200 at Watkins Glen to score CompUSA Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates' fourth win of the Rolex Sports Car Series season. CGRFS co-driver Luis Diaz started fourth, and Pruett took the point on Lap 43 and never relinquished the lead. Read More »

McDowell and Finlay Victorious in Rain-Shortened Grand-Am Cup 200 at Barber Motorsports Park

With approximately 30 minutes remaining in Saturday's Grand-Am Cup 200 at Barber Motorsports Park, high winds, lightning and torrential rain showers descended upon the 2.3-mile, 16-turn Alabama circuit, forcing Grand-Am Cup Series officials to cancel the final portion of the 200-mile timed event, and handing the victory to No. 15 Playboy/Palms Casino Ford Mustang GT co-drivers Michael McDowell and Rob Finlay. Read More »