Sportscars Race Reports. Page 7

  • Pruett, Diaz tie record with fifth win.

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    27 August 2006 Scott Pruett and Luis Diaz kept their Grand-Am Rolex Series title hopes alive with victory in the Sonoma 250 at Infineon Raceway on Saturday, the #01 CompUSA Chip Ganassi Racing pair also tying a record for the number of victories in a single season.

  • Paul Ricard 2006: GLPK lead Corvette 1-2.

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    20 August 2006 The Corvette C6.R obviously likes the Paul Ricard circuit after GLPK Carsport led home PSI Experience to give the American car a one-two finish in the latest round of the FIA GT Championship at the French test track.

  • CompUSA edge SunTrust for Glen win.

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    12 August 2006 CompUSA Chip Ganassi Lexus Riley duo Scott Pruett and Luis Diaz scored their fourth victory of the Grand American Rolex Sports Car Series in the Crown Royal 200 at Watkins Glen, tightening the championship points battle with only two races remaining.

  • Krohn goes back-to-back at Barber.

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    31 July 2006 Jorg Bergmeister and the #76 Krohn Racing team tightened their grasp on the Grand-Am Rolex Series title with a second-consecutive victory, this time with Bergmeister and 17-year old co-driver Colin Braun leading the way home at Barber Motorsports Park.

  • Spa 2006: Van de Poele claims last gasp win.

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    30 July 2006 Maserati sensationally denied Aston Martin their first 24 Hour victory in the Proximus 24 Hours of Spa after a tremendous final stint by Eric Van de Poele helped them vault past their rivals in the final hour of racing.

  • Audi continue dominance with 1-2.

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    23 July 2006 Despite losing their pole-winning streak in qualifying for the sixth round of the American Le Mans Series at Portland, Audi maintained their dominance in the race when they eased to a 1-2 finish.

  • Scuderia Ecosse hit back to win from pitlane.

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    17 July 2006 Tim Mullen steered the Scuderia Ecosse Ferrari across the line at Snetterton to take the chequered flag in one of the finest drives ever seen in the British GT Championship.

  • Salt Lake City: Pirro, Biela triumph on return.

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    16 July 2006 Emanuele Pirro withstood a furious charge from Lucas Luhr in the final 20 minutes as the Audi R10 TDI claimed victory its first ALMS race since March by winning the Utah Grand Prix on Saturday at Miller Motorsports Park.

  • Oschersleben 2006: Bartels heads Vitaphone 1-2.

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    02 July 2006 Vitaphone Racing's Michael Bartels and Andrea Bertolini won the third round of the FIA GT championship at Oschersleben in Germany on Sunday.

  • Lime Rock: Audi R8 goes out with a win.

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    02 July 2006 Audi's 'Grand Old Girl' went out just like she came in - a winner in the ALMS. Allan McNish drove past Romain Dumas with 30 minutes left as the Scot and Rinaldo Capello won the New England GP on Saturday.

  • Braun becomes youngest winner.

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    30 June 2006 Playing the fuel strategy game to perfection, Colin Braun became the youngest winner in Rolex Sports Car Series history and his #76 Krohn co-driver Jörg Bergmeister extended his DP points lead with their victory in the Brumos Porsche 250.

  • Audi's silent diesel wins Le Mans.

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    18 June 2006 Audi's eerily quiet diesel-powered R10 has made history by becoming the first non-petrol powered car to win the world famous 24 Heures du Mans.

  • Bergmeister retakes lead with Glen win.

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    04 June 2006 In a race featuring 20 lead changes among nine cars and twelve drivers, Jorg Bergmeister reclaimed the points lead in Grand-Am's Rolex Series with victory in the Sahlen's Six Hours of The Glen. [1]

  • Brno 2006: Clean-sweep for Janis and Bert.

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    28 May 2006 Zakspeed Racing's Jarek Janis and Sascha Bert dominated the second round of the FIA GT Championship at Brno in the Czech Republic on Sunday.

  • Pruett, Diaz take point lead in Phoenix.

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    14 May 2006 Like the bird after which the host city was named, the #01 CompUSA Chip Ganassi Racing crew of Scott Pruett and Luis Diaz rose back to the top of the Grand-Am Rolex Series standings with victory under the lights at the GAINSCO Grand Prix. [1]

  • Pescarolo rule again at Spa.

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    14 May 2006 Pescarolo Sport made it two wins in a row in the Le Mans Series at Spa with drivers Jean-Christophe Boullion and Emmanuel Collard leading home the impressive Swiss Spirit car, competing in only its second ever Le Mans event.

  • Outgoing R8 eases to Houston win.

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    13 May 2006 Despite only qualifying fourth for the inaugural Lone Star Grand Prix at Houston, the Audi R8 of Dindo Capello and Alan McNish survived the bumpy and twisting Texan streets to win from the Corvette of Oliver Gavin and Oliver Beretta.

  • SunTrust shine at Laguna Seca.

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    08 May 2006 After struggling in the early rounds of the 2006 Rolex Series, defending champion Max Angelelli and the #10 SunTrust Pontiac Riley team returned to their winning ways in Sunday's Road & Track 250 at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca.

  • Silverstone 2006: Vitaphone claim Tourist Trophy.

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    07 May 2006 A strong strategy, allied to bad luck for the Zakspeed Saleen, allowed Vitaphone Maserati pair Andrea Bertolini and Michael Bartels to secure victory in the opening round of the FIA GT Championship at Silverstone.

  • GT3: Racing Box secure race two at Silverstone.

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    07 May 2006 Despite the best efforts of its drivers to throw away a possible win, the French Racing Box team secured victory in the second FIA GT3 European Championship race at Silverstone.

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