Sportscars Race Reports. Page 11

  • Grand Am: Pruett and Papis extend DP points lead.

    Open article Grand Am: Pruett and Papis extend DP points lead.

    08 August 2004 After finishing second in the Paul Revere 250 presented by Brumos Porsche last month, #01 CompUSA Chip Ganassi Racing Lexus Riley co-drivers Scott Pruett and Max Papis returned to their winning ways in Saturday's EMCO Gears Mid-Ohio Road Racing Classic.

  • Spa 24 Hours 2004: BMS Scuderia take the laurels.

    Open article Spa 24 Hours 2004: BMS Scuderia take the laurels.

    01 August 2004 A thrilling race saw the closest finish yet since the Proximus 24 Hours of Spa has been part of the FIA GT Championship. After 558 laps of non-stop combat round the beautiful and challenging circuit of Spa-Francorchamps, the #2 BMS Scuderia Italia Ferrari 550 Maranello of Lilian Bryner, Luca Cappellari, Fabrizio Gollin and Enzo Calderari finished a lap ahead of its race-long rival, the #11 GPC Giesse Squadra Corse Ferrari 575 M Maranello of Philipp Peter, Fabio Babini, Vincent Vosse and Mika

  • Lehto, Werner set ALMS record with Portland win.

    Open article Lehto, Werner set ALMS record with Portland win.

    26 July 2004 JJ Lehto and Marco Werner set an American Le Mans Series record Sunday with their fourth consecutive overall race win as they took a hard-fought victory in the Grand Prix of Portland at Portland International Raceway.

  • Audi duo make it three in a row at Infineon.

    Open article Audi duo make it three in a row at Infineon.

    19 July 2004 The ADT Champion Racing Audi duo of JJ Lehto and Marco Werner came home first in the Grand Prix of Sonoma at Infineon to claim their third straight ALMS victory.

  • Cocker consolidates lead with Oulton victory.

    Open article Cocker consolidates lead with Oulton victory.

    18 July 2004 After an eventful race in round nine yesterday, series leader Jonathan Cocker put his title challenge firmly back on track with victory in round ten of the British GT Championship at Oulton Park.

  • Johnson holds off Kirkaldy charge.

    Open article Johnson holds off Kirkaldy charge.

    17 July 2004 Steve Hyde and Piers Johnson have claimed the win in the ninth round of the 2004 British GT Championship at Oulton Park.

  • Lehto, Werner score close Lime Rock win.

    Open article Lehto, Werner score close Lime Rock win.

    06 July 2004 Marco Werner held off a late charge by Butch Leitzinger to score his second consecutive win in the American Le Mans Series with co-driver JJ Lehto in Monday's New England Grand Prix sports car race at Lime Rock Park.

  • McNish, Kaffer head Veloqx 1-2 at Nurburgring.

    Open article McNish, Kaffer head Veloqx 1-2 at Nurburgring.

    03 July 2004 Allan McNish and Pierre Kaffer turned the tables on their Audi UK Team Veloqx team by winning round two of the new Le Mans Endurance Series at the Nurburgring.

  • Grand-Am: SunTrust back on top when it matters.

    Open article Grand-Am: SunTrust back on top when it matters.

    02 July 2004 The SunTrust Racing duo of Max Angelelli and Wayne Taylor finally laid its 'fast on Friday' tag to rest by proving 'triumphant on Thursday' with victory in the Paul Revere 250 at Daytona International.

  • Audi wins, Lola-MG second at Mid Ohio.

    Open article Audi wins, Lola-MG second at Mid Ohio.

    28 June 2004 JJ Lehto and Marco Werner won Sunday's American Le Mans Series race at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, dominating the event after both contending Dyson Racing Lola MGs machines experienced problems.

  • Donington 2004: JMB, Vitaphone - win, lose, win.

    Open article Donington 2004: JMB, Vitaphone - win, lose, win.

    27 June 2004 A nail-biting race, staged in front of 32,000 spectators, took the suspense right down to the chequered flag - and beyond - in the sixth round of the FIA GT Championship at Donington Park.

  • Jordan and Sumpter victorious at Combe.

    Open article Jordan and Sumpter victorious at Combe.

    20 June 2004 Mike Jordan and Mark Sumpter scored their second victory of the year in front of a packed Castle Combe crowd in round eight of the British GT Championship.

  • Sugden snatches victory from Le Bas.

    Open article Sugden snatches victory from Le Bas.

    19 June 2004 Tim Sugden picked up victory in round seven of the British GT Championship after former leader, Peter Le Bas, tripped over a backmarker in the closing stages of the hour-long race at Castle Combe.

  • Kinch and Kirkaldy do the double at Snetterton.

    Open article Kinch and Kirkaldy do the double at Snetterton.

    06 June 2004 Andrew Kirkaldy and Nathan Kinch sealed their second race win of the weekend with victory in round six of the British GT Championship at Snetterton in Norfolk this afternoon. Jonathan Rowland and Adam Sharpe took a thrilling win in the Dailysportscar.com Cup Class.

  • Kirkaldy takes Snetterton GT thriller.

    Open article Kirkaldy takes Snetterton GT thriller.

    05 June 2004 Andrew Kirkaldy took victory by just 39-thousandths of a second from Tim Sugden after just over an hours racing in round five of the British GT Championship at Snetterton this afternoon [June 5].

  • Brno 2004: Vitaphone, Alzen and Bartels win again.

    Open article Brno 2004: Vitaphone, Alzen and Bartels win again.

    30 May 2004 Dominating the race from the start, the #5 Vitaphone Racing Team Saleen S7 of Uwe Alzen and Michael Bartels took its second win of the year today [Sunday] at Brno, surviving a last-hour scare when it lost a wheel.

  • Grand Am: Lexus gets first win with Pruett, Papis.

    Open article Grand Am: Lexus gets first win with Pruett, Papis.

    24 May 2004 The Grand American Rolex Sports Car Series had its fourth different winner in as many races, as Scott Pruett and Max Papis co-drove the #01 CompUSA Chip Ganassi Racing Lexus Riley to the first-ever victory for a Lexus-powered Daytona Prototype in the 6 Heures du Circuit Mont-Tremblant.

  • Hockenheim 2004: Bobbi, Gardel inherit win.

    Open article Hockenheim 2004: Bobbi, Gardel inherit win.

    16 May 2004 The fourth round of the 2004 FIA GT Championship proved to be a breath-taking action-packed race, with some hot racing taking place in bright sunshine at Hockenheim.

  • Sugden, Crocker seal Mondello double.

    Open article Sugden, Crocker seal Mondello double.

    09 May 2004 Jonathan Cocker took the chequered flag to seal victory in round four of the British GT Championship at Mondello Park, clinching his and co-driver Tim Sugden's second win of the weekend.

  • Veloqx 1-2 at Monza LMES opener.

    Open article Veloqx 1-2 at Monza LMES opener.

    09 May 2004 The Audi Sport UK/Team Veloqx operation took a comfortable 1-2 in the opening round of the new Le Mans Endurance Series at Monza, despite a cloudburst making conditions interesting in the closing stages.

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