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Rolex 24, Sunday: Starworks on the banking...28 viewsThe #8 Starworks Ford/Riley being driven by Scottsman sportscar racer Alan McNish.
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Rolex 24, Sunday: Chrome Porshe32 viewsThe #26 NGT Motorsport Porsche GT3 looked great in the sun...
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Rolex 24, Sunday: Dinger to the lead...33 viewsNASCAR racer AJ Allmendinger takes the wheel for the final 2 hours in the #60 Michael Shank Racing Ford/Riley Daytona Prototype.
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Rolex 24, Sunday: Pruett to pass...37 viewsScott Pruett also takes the reins in the final stint with the Ganassi #01 BMW/Riley DP. However, it was not to last...with an hour left to go, the transmission gave out.
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Rolex 24, Sunday: Daytona Freeway traffic31 viewsA Daytona prototype threads the needle at well over one-hundred with GT cars all around.
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Rolex 24, Sunday: Gainsco gained a few more35 viewsThe #99 Gainsco Corvette was fixed again and came out on the track to push out some more laps, but still ended up 13th out of 14 prototypes.
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Rolex 24, Sunday: Porsche sandwich...34 viewsThe APR Motorsport Audi is sandwiched by two GT3s.
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Rolex 24, Sunday: More Deutchland battles...39 viewsThe other Turner Motorsport BMW M3 didn't fare so well, but the #93 placed 16th in class. Which meant that it got around the Alex Job Racing Porsche here, as it finished one spot behind the Beemer.
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Rolex 24, Sunday: Dogfight...42 viewsThe two Riley Fords at the top of the field continued their battle for the top of the podium...
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Rolex 24, Sunday: One last lead change...91 views...which was finally taken by the Michael Shank Racing #60. There was only 3/1000 of a lap different between the best laps of these two cars, which gave them almost a half-second advantage over the speed of the rest of the field.
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Rolex 24, Sunday: New and Old50 viewsA 3rd Gen Daytona Prototype leads a 2nd Gen DP. That didn't stop the #6 Ford/Riley, which ended up 3rd on the podium. The #9 Corvette ended up 9th.
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Rolex 24, Sunday: Only 2 hours left to go...48 views...and there is a 3-way battle for the lead!
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Rolex 24, Sunday: Audi vs Porsche41 viewsThe two German manufacturers vie for position on the high-banks in the late afternoon.
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Rolex 24, Sunday: Racing Camaro37 viewsThe Stevenson Camaro GT.R didn't do bad, being the highest placed non-Porsche in the GT class in 4th.
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Rolex 24, Sunday: Autohaus GT Camaro38 viewsThe Autohaus #88 Camaro placed 9th out of 44 GT cars
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Rolex 24, Sunday: Ferrari vs Porsche wars38 viewsThe #68 TRG Porsche battles with the #63 Risi Competizione Ferrari 458. The Ferrari ended up 5th in class, much higher than the 24th placed Porsche.
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Rolex 24, Sunday: GT class racing...40 viewsThe heavy metal Camaro challenges the European technology.
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Rolex 24, Sunday: GT winner...40 viewsThe #44 Magnus Racing Porsche GT3 was the overall winner in GT, placing 11th overall. The car was driven by Lally/Lietz/Potter/Rast, and ended up doing 34 laps less than the winning Daytona Prototype.
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Rolex 24, Sunday: Prototype racing37 viewsThe #02 3rd Gen Daytona Prototype Chevrolet Corvette races against the 2nd Generation #6 Riley/Ford. The older #6 took 3rd, while the Corvette came in 4th.
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