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Race result: Grand-Am GP of Miami


1. Angelelli/Taylor #10 SunTrust Pontiac Riley 109 laps
2. Leitzinger/Forbes-Robinson #4 Howard-Boss Pontiac Crawford 109 laps
3. Papis/Bergmeister #66 Krohn/TRG Pontiac Riley 109 laps
4. Jonsson/Krohn #67 Krohn/TRG Pontiac Riley 109 laps
5. Pruett/Diaz #01 Ganassi Lexus Riley 109 laps
6. Borcheller/Fittipaldi #54 Bell Pontiac Doran 109 laps
7. Johansson/Wagner #02 Ganassi Lexus Riley 108 laps
8. Donohue/Law #58 Brumos Porsche Fabcar 108 laps
9. Wallace/Duno #2 Howard-Boss Pontiac Crawford 108 laps
10. Gidley/McDowell #19 Ten BMW Riley 107 laps

11. Gollin/Bobbi #77 Doran Lexus Doran 107 laps
12. Grala/Lewis #3 Cegwa/Southard Lexus Fabcar 107 laps
13. Borkowski/Mears Jr #6 Shank Pontiac Riley 106 laps
14. Haywood/France #59 Brumos Porsche Fabcar 106 laps
15. Frisselle/Frisselle #8 Synergy BMW Doran 105 laps
16. Lally/Bunting #65 TRG Porsche GT3 Cup 105 laps *
17. Pobst/Levitas #36 TPC Porsche GT3 Cup 104 laps *
18. Miller/Bingham/Guenette #18 Chase/CB Pontiac Chase 104 laps
19. McQueen/Cicero/Bender #25 Westernesse Ford Crawford 103 laps
20. Littlechild/Pumpelly #37 TPC Porsche GT3 Cup 103 laps *

21. Stanton/van Wijk/Murry #80 Seattle/Synergy Porsche GT3 Cup 103 laps *
22. Keen/Friedman #14 Autometrics Porsche GT3 Cup 103 laps *
23. Assentato/Longhi #35 TPC Porsche GT3 Cup 103 laps *
24. Auberlen/Hand #21 PTG BMW M3 103 laps *
25. Ward/Moreno #07 Spirit of Daytona Pontiac Crawford 102 laps
26. Stanton/van Wijk/Murry #81 Seattle/Synergy Porsche GT3 Cup 102 laps *
27. Nonnamaker/Nonnamaker #43 Sahlen Porsche GT3 Cup 102 laps *
28. Plumb/Zoi/Bertuzzi #11 JMB Ferrari 360 Challenge 102 laps *
29. Tafel/Davis #73 Baldwin-Tafel Porsche GT3 Cup 102 laps *
30. Matos/Fitzgerald #38 TPC Porsche GT3 Cup 102 laps *

31. Nearn/Johnson #88 Autometrics Porsche GT3 Cup 102 laps *
32. Sigal/Konstant #04 Sigalsport Porsche GT3 Cup 101 laps *
33. Plumb/de Quesada #30 Alegra Porsche GT3 Cup 100 laps *
34 Goad/Gregoire #09 Spirit of Daytona Pontiac Crawford 97 laps
35. Sellers/Dalziel #61 TRG East Porsche GT3 Cup 96 laps *
36. Patch/Soriano #94 Autometrics Porsche GT3 Cup 95 laps *
37. Marks/Milner #16 PTG BMW M3 89 laps *
38. Matthews/Smith #39 Orbit Pontiac Riley 81 laps
39. Valentine/Collins #17 PTG BMW M3 72 laps *
40. Nonnamaker/Roehrig #41 Sahlen Porsche GT3 Cup 65 laps *

41. Coleman/Braun #64 TRG/Team 16 Porsche GT3 Cup 63 laps *
42. Espenlaub/Szekeres #23 Horizon Pontiac GTO 60 laps *
43. Baughman/Weinberg #46 Baughman Corvette 50 laps *
44. Workman/Arnold #55 ASC Corvette 34 laps *
45. James/Gleason #22 PTG BMW M3 11 laps *
46. Skelton/Foster #9 Hyper Sport Infiniti Doran 10 laps
47. Pruskowski/Pruskowski #5 Essex Ford Crawford 10 laps

Sigal/Konstant #05 Sigalsport Porsche GT3 Cup*
Goldin/Goldin/Finlay #08 Goldin Mazda RX-8*


[* denotes GT class entry; all others Daytona Prototype]


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Max Angelelli / Jordan Taylor. GRAND-AM Championship Weekend Presented by BMW at Lime Rock Park. 2013 Grand AM Rolex Sports Car Series
Max Angelelli / Jordan Taylor. Continental Tire Sports Car Festival. Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca. 2013 Grand AM Rolex Sports Car Series
Max Angelelli and Jordan Taylor drive the #10 Velocity Worldwide Wayne Taylor Racing Corvette Daytona Prototype to victory Saturday, April 6, 2013 in the third race of the GRAND-AM Rolex Sports Car Series at Barber Motorsports Park in Birmingham, Alabama. (Photo by Brian Cleary for Chevrolet)
Max Angelelli and Jordan Taylor drive the #10 Velocity Worldwide Wayne Taylor Racing Corvette Daytona Prototype (left) to victory Saturday, April 6, 2013 in the third race of the GRAND-AM Rolex Sports Car Series at Barber Motorsports Park in Birmingham, Alabama. Alex Gurney and Jo Fogarty, drivers of the #99 GAINSCO/Bob Stallings Racing Corvette DP (right) finish in second place. (Photo by Brian Cleary for Chevrolet)
John Edwards and Robin Liddell, drivers of the # 57 Stevenson Motorsports Camaro GT.R., race to victory Saturday, April 6, 2013 in the Grand Touring (GT) class of the GRAND-AM Rolex Sports Car Series at Barber Motorsports Park in Birmingham, Alabama. (Photo by Brian Cleary for Chevrolet)
Rolex Series action [Pic credit: Grand-Am]
Alex Popow and Sebastian Bourdais, drivers of the #2 Ford Riley, celebrate in Victory Lane after wininng the Grand-AM Rolex Sports Car Series Inaugural Brickyard Grand Prix at Indianapolis Motor Speedway on July 27, 2012, in Indianapolis, Ind. (Photo Credit: Tyler Barrick/Getty Images for NASCAR)
Alex Popow and Sebastien Bourdais, drivers of the #2 Soloson Ford Riley, celebrate after winning the Grand-AM Rolex Sports Car Series inaugural Brickyard Grand Prix at Indianapolis Motor Speedway on July 27, 2012, in Indianapolis, Ind. (Photo Credit: Tom Pennington/Getty Images for NASCAR)
Max Angelelli and Brian Friselle win at Daytona [Pic credit: Grand Am Media]
Alex Gurney/Jon Fogarty - GAINSCO Bob Stallings Racing Riley-Pontiac   [pic credit: Grand-Am]
Henri Richard/Rene Villeneuve - Polizei 144 TRG Porsche GT3   [pic credit: Grand-Am]
Romain Dumas/Timo Bernhard - Verizon Wireless Team Penske Riley-Porsche   [pic credit: Grand-Am]
Scott Pruett/Memo Rojas - TELMEX Chip Ganassi Racing Riley-Lexus   [pic credit: Grand-Am]
Scott Pruett/Memo Rojas - TELMEX Chip Ganassi Racing Riley-Lexus   [pic credit: Grand-Am]
Michael Valiante/Joh Pew - Michael Shank Racing Riley-Ford   [pic credit: Grand-Am]
Oswaldo Negri/Mark Patterson - Michael Shank Racing Riley-Ford   [pic credit: Grand-Am]
Ricardo Zonta/Nic Jonsson - Krohn Racing Lola-Ford   [pic credit: Grand-Am]
Scott Pruett/Memo Rojas - TELMEX Chip Ganassi Racing Riley-Lexus   [pic credit: Grand-Am]

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