Sportscars » Bourdais boosts Action Express to Daytona glory


Sebastian Bourdais and the #5 Action Express Racing Corvette DP claimed the honours in the first event of the new TUDOR United SportsCar Championship in Daytona.

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walrus909

January 27, 2014 2:17 PM

"It is called avoidable contact, but contact isn't necessarily needed to invoke the penalty," he said. "We came to the conclusion that it was a racing incident."

That was part of the explanation today 12 hours after I got home

That it was overturned is commendable, that it was issued is an atrocity. from my view I could have walked between the cars. Every one in my section was ready to riot.

walrus909

January 27, 2014 2:43 PM

BTW, this new series has France family written all over it, all the nascar gimmicks.
(read parity here)
And they are going to further tamper with the rules for the later sprint races.

Overall though, even though it seems designed for corvettes, and screaming boxers to win every year, it was great to see more Ferraris, Audi, BMW, the diesel Mazda and the cursed Delta Wing.


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