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The Racer’s Group Captures Rolex Crown

The Racer's Group #66 Porsche GT3 RS persevered to capture the overall victory at the 41st Rolex 24 At Daytona today. After taking the GT title at the Rolex 24 one year ago, drivers Kevin Buckler, Michael Schrom, Timo Bernhard and Jorg Bergmeister reunited for this year's win.Schrom piloted the #66 Porsche to the checkered flag with a nine-lap lead over the second-place #35 Ferrari 360GT of Risi Competizione and an 11-lap advantage over the third-place #83 Porsche of Rennwerks Motorsports. The win marks the 20th time a Porsche has taken the overall victory at the historic twice-around-the-clock event. Read More »

Brumos Racing Takes Nextel Grand Prix of Miami

Brumos Racing returned to Victory Lane today for its first professional race win since 1994, winning the Nextel Grand Prix of Miami at Homestead-Miami Speedway. Veteran driver Hurley Haywood and up-and-comer J.C. France piloted the #59 Porsche-powered FABCAR Daytona Prototype to the win in the 250-mile Rolex Sports Car Series race. Read More »

Valiant Wins Toyota Atlantic Race In Monterey Mexico

2002 CART Toyota Atlantic Championship runner-up, Michael Valiante (#19 Lynx Racing Toyota/Swift), took his first step toward improving his position in the final point standings in 2003 by claiming victory in the season-opening Tecate/Telmex Monterrey Grand Prix in Fundidora Park on Sunday. Read More »

Welcome Aboard: Dixon Wins In Series Debut

The Target Chip Ganassi Racing magic continues to rub off on new drivers to the IRL IndyCar Series. Scott Dixon became just the third driver to win in his first IndyCar Series start, holding off Gil de Ferran to capture the Toyota Indy 300 on March 2 at Homestead-Miami Speedway. Read More »

Controlled Chaos at Bristol Busch Grand National Race

The green flag waved on a sunny Tennessee afternoon, marking the start of 250 laps of racing that has often been referred to as controlled chaos at Bristol Motor Speedway. David Green led the field to the start at the half mile, high banked track that epitomizes the oft-heard racing wisdom "Rubbin' is racin'". Read More »