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Grand-Am: Race results - Rolex 24 at Daytona.

Full Results for the Grand-Am 45th Rolex 24 at Daytona International Speedway.

1. Pruett/Duran/Montoya Ganassi Riley-Lexus 668 laps
2. Duno/Carpentier/Manning/Dalziel SAMAX Riley-Pontiac 668
3. Taylor/Angelelli/Gordon/Magnussen SunTrust Riley-Pontiac 666
4. Haywood/France/Barbosa/Moreno/Donohue Brumos Riley-Porsche 662
5. Frisselle/Wilkins/Frisselle/Empringham AIM Riley-Lexus 657
6. Festa/Enge/Montanari/Yasukawa/Szekeres SAMAX Riley-Pontiac 655
7. Gidley/Gollin/Jourdain/Servia Doran Doran-Ford 655
8. Morgan/Morgan/Bernhard/Zacharias TruSpeed Riley-Porsche 636
9. Patterson/Negri/Castroneves/Hornish MSR Riley-Lexus 628
10. Finlay/Valiante/Labonte/McDowell Finlay Crawford-Ford 627

11. de Quesada/Dumoulin/Gabel/Basseng Alegra/Fiorano Porsche GT3* 626
12. Reese/Lewis/O'Connell/Edwards Banner Pontiac GXP* 626
13. Lowe/Pace/van Overbeek/Kelleners TRG Porsche GT3* 625
14. Haskell/Tremblay/Ham/Pobst Speedsource Mazda RX-8* 624
15. Edwards/Collins/Pilgrim/O'Connell Banner Pontiac GXP* 624
16. Nielsen/Quester/Martini/Peter Tafel Porsche GT3* 617
17. Braun/Papis/Lehto Krohn Riley-Pontiac 615
18. Long/Bergmeister/Dumas Ruby Tuesday/AJR Crawford-Porsche 615
19. Assentato/Longhi/Segal/Plumb Speedsource Mazda RX-8* 612
20. Lacey/Wilkins/Mowlem/Papadopoulos/Arnold Doncaster Porsche GT3* 611

21. Krohn/Jonsson/Said Krohn Riley-Pontiac 607
22. Constantine/Borkowski/Murry/Prewitt Playboy/Unitech Porsche GT3* 606
23. O'Connell/Speakman/Bowles/Roush/Pechnik O'Connell Porsche GT3* 605
24. Fittipaldi/Cheever/Collard/Maassen Cheever Crawford-Porsche 601
25. Robinson/Dallenbach/Dallenbach/Legge Robinson Riley-Pontiac 596
26. Zogaib/James/Tracy/Allmendinger MSR Riley-Lexus 595
27. Johnson/Huisman/Westbrook/Lietz Synergy Porsche GT3* 590
28. Cloet/Bourque/Solley/Harris TRG Porsche GT3* 588
29. Carpenter/Scheckter/George/Foyt/Gregoire Vision Crawford-Porsche 587
30. Marden/Milner/Peterson/Gomez TRG Porsche GT3* 583

31. Keen/Ehret/Werner/Hardt Farnbacher Loles Porsche GT3* 579
32. Newton/Erdos/Brix/Cheever Jr Cheever Fabcar-Porsche 579
33. Ballou/DeSimone/Jaeger/Gleason TRG Porsche GT3* 578
34. Patch/McGehee/Allen/Hamblin/Friedman Autometrics Porsche GT3* 572
35. Valentine/Lally/Pumpelly/Greenberg/Buckler TRG Porsche GT3* 563
36. Matthews/Goossens/Johnson/Hunter-Reay Riley-Matthews Riley-Pontiac 560
37. Davis/Swartzbaugh/Liddell/Muller/Tafel Tafel Porsche GT3* 555
38. Zugel/Burke/Jeannette/Eversley Farnbacher Loles Porsche GT3* 545
39. Lux/Henzler/Farnbacher/Tafel Tafel Porsche GT3* 544
40. Donohue/Law/Rice/Sharp/Haywood Red Bull Brumos Riley-Porsche 542

41. Dixon/Wheldon/Rojas Ganassi Riley-Lexus 538
42. Sahlen/Nonnamaker/Nonnamaker/Nonnamaker Sahlen Corvette* 530
43. Auriemma/Mayes/Kaemmer/Wilcox/Varsha Sahlen Porsche GT3* 514
44. Wellon/Ellis/Rossi/Grande/Trinkler Autometrics Porsche GT3* 512
45. Gaylord/Pickering/Hilton/McCrackin Synergy Porsche GT3* 508
46. Fogarty/Gurney/Vasser/Stallings GAINSCO Riley-Pontiac 493
47. Schramm/Baldwin/Lester/Bell/Heinricy RVO Riley-Pontiac 458
48. Wallace/Leitzinger/Stewart Howard Crawford-Pontiac 450
49. Cicero/Bunting/Gue/Stevenson/Gigliotti Stevenson Corvette* 444
50. Stanton/Miller/Charouz/Jackson/Pank Farnbacher Loles Porsche GT3* 434

51. Rice/Riggins/Stevenson/Trenery/Gigliotti Stevenson Corvette* 434
52. Auberlen/Alhadeff/Sigal/Wendlinger Sigalsport 367
53. Aschenbach/Lofton/Smith/Pavan Racers Edge Pontiac GXP.R* 359
54. Brent/Malloy/Michaelian/Michaelian/Becker Sahlen Porsche GT3* 316
55. Dyson/Dyson/Smith/Gavin Dyson/Howard Crawford-Porsche 295
56. Pickett/Cotter/Montgomery/Hanson/Walker Connolly BMW M3* 276
57. Kitch/Pennington/Pallis/Bawcutt Synergy Porsche GT3* 250
58. Alzen/Renauer/Borcheller/Mazzacane VICI Fabcar-Porsche 240
59. Nastasi/Tagliani/Cosmo/Limoges Blackforest Mustang Cobra GT* 235
60. Bowman/Bell/Willsey/Price Farnbacher Loles Porsche GT3* 232

61. Wilson/Lewis/Sellers/Hand Howard Infineon G3* 230
62. Lewis/Ruhlman/Rahal/Forbes-Robinson Southard Riley-Lexus 214
63. Baas/Feinberg/McQuiston/Safina At Speed Porsche GT3* 196
64. Baughman/Collyer/Connolly/Yeakle/Del Vecchio Baughman Corvette* 186
65. Goldin/Goldin/Finger/Zitza Goldin Mazda RX-8* 163
66. Connolly/Pecorari/Workman/Mason/Kapudija Connolly BMW M3* 153
67. Hauser/Dubler/Magner/DeFontes WTF Corvette* 89
68. Drudi/Rosa/Ceccato/Massel/Montermini Mastercar Ferrari 360 GT* 83
69. Spencer/Spencer/Grupp/Drummond/Espenlaub Spencer Mazda RX-8* 74
70. Sahlen/Nonnamaker/Nonnamaker/Nonnamaker Sahlen Corvette* DNS

[* denotes GT entry; all others Daytona Prototype]


Related Pictures

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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
Action. VisitFlorida.com Sports Car 250 at Road America. Grand AM Rolex Sports Car Series [Pic credit: Grand AM]
Starworks Motorsport BMW/Riley duo Brendon Hartley and Scott Mayer celebrate their first Grand AM Rolex Sports Car Series victory at Road America [Pic credit: Grand AM]
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)
Juan Pablo Montoya, Memo Rojas, Scott Pruett and Charlie Kimball, co-drivers of the #01 Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates TELMEX/Target Ford BMW Riley celebrate their win in victory lane at the Rolex 24 at Daytona International Speedway on January 27, 2013 in Daytona Beach, Florida. (Photo by Chris Trotman/Getty Images)
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)
The winning #60 Michael Shank Racing with Curb-Agajanian Ford Riley car is brought into victory lane after a gruelling 50th anniversary Rolex 24 at Daytona. [Picture Credit: Daytona International Speedway]
Action Express win the Rolex 24 [Pic credit: Grand Am]
Derek Johnston [Pic credit: Grand Am]
Spencer Pumpelly - TRG Porsche [Pic credit: Grand Am]
Borcheller/Barbosa - Action Express Racing Porsche Riley [Pic credit: Grand Am Media]
Vic Elford, the 2010 Rolex 24 At Daytona Grand Marshal (Photo credit: Motorsports Images and Archives)
The No. 09 Spirit of Daytona Porsche Coyote that will be tested by 2009 Radical European Masters Champion Derek Johnston at Virginia International Raceway

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