Sportscars Race Reports. Page 10

  • Kinch, Kirkaldy take dominant Donington win.

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    04 April 2005 Andrew Kirkaldy and Nathan Kinch have made the perfect start to the British GT Championship season after a dominant win in round one at Donington Park.

  • Sebring 2005: Champion pips Champion.

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    20 March 2005 In the closest finish in race history, the #1 ADT Champion Racing Audi beat its sister car by just over six seconds to claim the first Sebring 12 Hours title for Dave Maraj's team.

  • SunTrust doubles up with Miami Grand-Am win.

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    06 March 2005 In the second-closest finish in Rolex Sports Car Series history, recently-crowned Daytona Rolex Hour winners Wayne Taylor and Max Angelelli picked up their second-straight Grand-Am triumph in the Grand Prix of Miami at Homestead-Miami Speedway.

  • Bahrain Festival: Coopers duo barrel to victory.

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    26 November 2004 Three victories in four outings cemented success for the Coopers Racing team at the inaugural Bahrain GT Festival, with David Brabham and Allan Simonsen closing out two days of exciting competition with a comfortable win in the two-driver final.

  • Zhuhai 2004: Maserati end year with one-two.

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    15 November 2004 Starting off with dragons, drums and lions, the eleventh and final round of the 2004 season of the FIA GT Championship came to an exotic and exciting finish at the Zhuhai International Circuit in China.

  • Grand Am: Papis, Pruett clinch titles for Ganassi.

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    01 November 2004 Max Papis and Scott Pruett wrapped up the 2004 Rolex Sports Car Series Daytona Prototype driver and team titles for Chip Ganassi Racing, winning Sunday's Lexus Grand American 400k at the California Speedway.

  • Herbert, Kaffer take final win of year.

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    17 October 2004 Timo Bernhard and Ian James earned American Le Mans Series driving championships on Saturday night, as Johnny Herbert and Pierre Kaffer won the season-ending Audi Sports Car Championships event at Laguna Seca.

  • Dubai 2004: Gardel wins with drive of his life.

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    11 October 2004 The new Dubai Autodrome hosted a tremendous round of the FIA GT Championship this week, with a breath-taking race around the 5.39 km circuit.

  • Leitzinger, EFR take BMP honours.

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    11 October 2004 Howard-Boss Motorsports co-drivers Butch Leitzinger and Elliott Forbes-Robinson extended the Grand American Rolex Sports Car Series record for most different overall winners in a single season with victory in a soggy Porsche 250 at Barber Motorsports Park.

  • Grand Am: Angelelli, Taylor take closest Rolex win

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    04 October 2004 In the closest finish seen in Grand-Am Rolex Series history, SunTrust Racing's Max Angelelli held off a late charge from the lead CompUSA Chip Ganassi car of Scott Pruett and the hard-charging Andy Wallace to win the SunTrust-backed VIR 400 at Virginian International Raceway.

  • Kinch and Kirkaldy take final win of 2004.

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    03 October 2004 Andrew Kirkaldy and Nathan Kinch took victory in the sixteenth and final round of the 2004 British GT Championship at Brands Hatch this afternoon.

  • Cocker and Sugden take Brands victory.

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    02 October 2004 Tim Sugden and Jonathan Cocker took victory in round 15 of the British GT Championship at Brands Hatch on Saturday afternoon.

  • Champion champions at Petit Le Mans.

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    26 September 2004 JJ Lehto and Marco Werner survived a gruelling 1000 miles to win the American Le Mans Series Petit Le Mans at Road Atlanta, heading home a Champion Racing 1-2 that confirmed the remaining class titles for the Audi team.

  • Grand-Am: Wallace, Duno take second Homestead win.

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    20 September 2004 Homestead-Miami Speedway produced another Grand-Am Rolex Series thriller - its second of the season - as Andy Wallace motored his #2 CITGO Howard-Boss Motorsports Crawford-Pontiac past Max Angelelli's #10 SunTrust Racing Riley as the pair crossed the start/finish line with five laps to go.

  • Oschersleben 2004: MC12 wins, but Italians' title.

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    20 September 2004 In front of 25,000 spectators, Maserati's Mika Salo took the chequered flag to give the Italian marque its first win in the FIA GT Championship, but it was the #2 BMS Scuderia Italia Ferrari of Luca Capellari and Fabrizio Gollin who took maximum points, clinching the 2004 GT drivers' title.

  • Herbert and Davies take advantage for Spa win.

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    12 September 2004 Johnny Herbert and Jamie Davies took advantage of the misfortune of Audi Sport UK teammates Pierre Kaffer and Allan McNish to claim victory in the 1000km of Spa, the fourth and final event on the LMES calendar.

  • Imola 2004: Vitaphone beats new wave.

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    05 September 2004 The FIA GT Championship's first visit to the technical Imola circuit produced a hot and busy race that eventually saw the Vitaphone Racing Saleen S7 of Uwe Alzen and Michael Bartels cross the line ahead of the two Maserati MC12s making their debut in the series.

  • Cocker clinches title with race two podium.

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    30 August 2004 Less than a week after his 18th birthday, Jonathan Cocker clinched the 2004 British GT Championship with third place in round 14 of the season at Thruxton.

  • Mullen and Niarchos take race one at Thruxton.

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    30 August 2004 Tim Mullen and Chris Niarchos prevailed in a race long battle with the returning Balfe Motorsport Mosler to take race one honours in round thirteen of the 2004 British GT Championship at Thurxton.

  • Road America win good enough for Champion title.

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    23 August 2004 Crossing the line first after another American Le Mans Series race win, ADT Champion Racing pairing JJ Lehto and Marco Werner also clinched the 2004 LMP1 class championship in the Road America 500.

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