Articles in Sports Cars
Joao Barbosa in an Action Express Racing Corvette DP car passed the GAINSCO/Bob Stallings Corvette driven by Alex Gurney with six and a half minutes to go, held off Gurney during the final two minutes and won the Six Hours of The Glen GRAND-AM Series race at Watkins Glen on Sunday.
The margin of victory was […]
Scott Pruett took his first Daytona Prototype pole position in two years and Jordan Taylor claimed the Sahlen’s Six Hours of The Glen GT pole for the second consecutive year in Saturday’s qualifying sessions at Watkins Glen International.
The race, which is Round 8 of the 13-race 2012 GRAND-AM Rolex Sports Car Series and the second […]
Another big weekend for auto racing. Here are some of the people, places and things that will be cool to scrutinize:
– The traffic situation at Kentucky Speedway on Sunday.
The guess here is that about 100,000 of us will be watching it more carefully than others. Remember the scene last year before, during and after the […]
The defending series championship team of Scott Pruett and Memo Rojas got its first victory of the season Saturday when it won the the Rolex 250 Driven by VISITFLORIDA.com GRAND-AM race at Road America in Elkhardt Lake, Wis.
In getting the victory, Pruett and Rojas ended their nine-race losing streak and a five-race victory streak by […]
By Jim Pedley | Managing Editor
Juan Pablo Montoya and Jamie McMurray will drive a Chip Ganassi-owned Daytona Prototype in the GRAND-AM Rolex Series race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway later this summer.
The announcment was made Friday at the Sonoma, Calif. road course, site of this weekend’s Sprint Cup Series race.
Montoya, a former Formula 1 driver, said […]
Scott Pruett let loose with some very nice words about Road America this past week. Words that indicated that the central Wisconsin road circuit is among his very favorite race tracks. But the veteran sports car driver also indicated that he’s not all that confident about racing at Road America this weekend.
Not enough horsepower under […]
A final look back at the last weekend of racing:
The road to hilarity is paved with failed gadgetry. You know; like that guy on ice skates in the old film clips who straps a rocket to his back and ends up setting his butt on fire.
But in the wake of the lead-up, and then the […]
By Jim Pedley | Manaing Editor
Audi continued its reign at Le Mans on Sunday when its LMP1 cars swept the podium at the 80th running of the famed 24-hour race.
Winning was the No. 1 Audi R18 E-Tron Quattro hybrid of Audi Sport Team Joest which was driven by Andre Lotterer, Marcel Fassler and Benoit Treluyer.
While Audi Sport Team Joest appeared headed to victory with one of its ground-pounding R-18 E-tron Quattro Hybrid Prototypes, Corvette Racing was forced to rally through a long night and difficult morning in the 80th running of the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
Through 18 hours, the No. 73 and No. 74 Compuware Corvette C6.Rs were […]
By Jim Pedley | Managing Editor
Brian Vickers had a, well, memorable road racing career when he was a Sprint Cup regular. Some of those memories were good, like when he won the pole in Sonoma in 2009. Some, not so good, like at Sonoma last year when he intentionally punted Tony Stewart in a move […]