Sportscars Race Reports. Page 12

  • Sugden wins round three thriller.

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    08 May 2004 Tim Sugden and Jonathan Cocker took victory in round three of the British GT Championship at Mondello Park this afternoon (8 May), making it three different winners in as many races at the start of the 2004 season.

  • Magny-Cours 2004: Saleen a winner at last.

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    02 May 2004 A close and exciting third race of the FIA GT season saw the Ferrari stranglehold broken at last as Saleen took its first win in the series in the hands of German team-mates Uwe Alzen and Michael Bartels.

  • Valencia 2004: Gollin and Cappellari double up.

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    18 April 2004 A close and interesting race around the tight and technical Valencia circuit saw BMS Scuderia Italia claim its second one-two of the season, with Fabrizio Gollin and Luca Cappellari extending their championship lead with their third consecutive win.

  • Kinch, Kirkaldy take last-gasp Donington win.

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    04 April 2004 Nathan Kinch took victory on the very last corner of round two of the British GT Championship at Donington Park, after a superb race-long battle with the Tomlinson/Greensall TVR.

  • Jordan, Sumpter take round one victory .

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    03 April 2004 Mike Jordan and Mark Sumpter took a dominant victory in round one of the new-look British GT Championship at Donington Park, while Peter Kox overcame intense pressure from Tim Sugden to take second spot for himself and Ian Khan. Phil Hindley and Jonathan Rowland took victory in the dailysportscar.com Cup class.

  • Monza 2004: Ferrari maintains control.

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    27 March 2004 It was the car to have in 2003, and BMS Scuderia Italia proved that the Ferrari 550 Maranello was still a potent force in the FIA GT Championship as Fabrizio Gollin and Luca Cappellari headed home team-mates Matteo Bobbi and Gabriel Gardel in round one at Monza.

  • Veloqx Audi wins on Sebring debut.

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    21 March 2004 The Audi Sport UK Team Veloqx outfit has delivered a crushing victory on the British team's race début in the 52nd Sebring 12 Hours.

  • Wallace, Duno make history with Miami Grand-Am win

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    29 February 2004 Andy Wallace and Milka Duno gave Howard-Boss Motorsports its first win in the Grand American Rolex Sports Car Series last night, taking the chequered flag in the Grand Prix of Miami at Homestead-Miami Speedway.

  • Borcheller, Bell take Grand-Am prototype title.

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    02 November 2003 Bell Motorsports captured the North American Road Racing Championship and Terry Borcheller the first-ever Daytona Prototype driver championship as they guided the #54 Doran-Chevrolet JE4 to victory in the Rolex Sports Car Series finale at Daytona International Speedway.

  • Herbert, Lehto win Petit Le Mans.

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    19 October 2003 JJ Lehto and Johnny Herbert scored a dominating win Saturday in the Petit Le Mans at Road Atlanta, leading nearly all of the 1,000-mile American Le Mans Series sports car endurance race in the ADT Champion Racing Audi R8.

  • Gollin, Cappellari take dramatic season finale.

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    19 October 2003 An action-packed race around the ultra-fast Monza circuit in Italy closed the 2003 season of the FIA GT Championship in style.

  • 575 takes debut win as Biagi/Bobbi sew up titles.

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    06 October 2003 For the first time ever, the FIA GT Championship has had a bright and sunny race weekend in Estoril, and an exciting, close race took place around the 4.183 km circuit.

  • Bell captures Grand-Am points lead with VIR win.

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    06 October 2003 Bell Motorsports has been in search of the Daytona Prototype points lead all season long, and finally moved to the front of the class with its victory in the VIR 400 at Virginia International Raceway on Sunday.

  • Herridge wins British GT title at Brands.

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    28 September 2003 The Mosler MT900R of Martin Short and Tom Herridge emerged victorious in an action - and incident - packed final round of the BRDC British GT Championship at Brands Hatch, a result good enough to give Herridge the title.

  • Lehto, Herbert just Champion in Miami.

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    28 September 2003 Johnny Herbert and JJ Lehto scored their third American Le Mans Series win of the season by driving the ADT Champion Racing Audi R8 to victory in the Grand Prix Americas presented by Sportsbook.com on the streets of downtown Miami.

  • Oschersleben ends in stewards' room.

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    22 September 2003 The 25,000 spectators in the grandstands of the Motopark Oschersleben were treated to an action-packed FIA GT race around the tight and winding German circuit, but could not be sure of the result as they headed for the exits at the end of the day.

  • Red Bull duo Grand-Am lead at Mont Tremblant.

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    22 September 2003 The #58 Brumos Racing Red Bull Porsche FABCAR Daytona Prototype team got a little more breathing room in its race for the first-ever championship by winning the Six Heures du Circuit Mont-Tremblant in Canada on Saturday.

  • Biela, Werner edge closer to title with Laguna win

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    08 September 2003 The Infineon Team Joest pairing of Frank Biela and Marco Werner took an important step towards retaining the team's American Le Mans Series titles by taking a dominant win in Sunday's Fry's Electronics Sports Car Championships event at Laguna Seca.

  • Lister duo scoop Anderstorp win.

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    07 September 2003 Capitalising on the lap one retirement of GT class points leaders Thomas Biagi and Matteo Bobbi, factory Lister duo Jamie Campbell-Walter and Nathan Kinch gave Laurence Pearce's outfit their first FIA victory of the season at the Anderstorp circuit in Sweden.

  • Rollcentre Racing takes thriller at Spa.

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    01 September 2003 The Rollcentre Racing team won one of the most dramatic races in the history of the British GT Championship during the tenth and penultimate round of the season at Spa-Francorchamps on Sunday [31 August].

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