Sportscars Race Reports. Page 9

  • Diaz the hero in Mexico.

    Open article Diaz the hero in Mexico.

    05 March 2006 In front of a raucous Mexico City crowd, hometown favourite Luis Diaz and his Chip Ganassi Racing co-driver Scott Pruett turned in a dominating performance en route to victory in Saturday's Grand Am Rolex Series Mexico City 250 at the historic Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez circuit.

  • Ganassi clinch first Rolex 24 win.

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    30 January 2006 Scott Dixon brought the #02 Target Chip Ganassi Lexus Riley to the chequered flag to secure victory in the 44th running of the Rolex 24 at Daytona – giving Chip Ganassi his first win in the race.

  • Bahrain 2005: Maiden win for Russian Age Racing.

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    26 November 2005 After only just missing out on the win in Dubai, Russian Age Racing, running under the colours of Middle East Aston Martin, claimed their first-ever win Friday in the final round of the FIA GT championship at the Bahrain International Circuit.

  • Zytek, Porsche take first victories at Laguna.

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    16 October 2005 In an historic finish to the American Le Mans Series season at Laguna Seca, the old order was swept away as the #15 Zytek 04S captured its first victory in the series, and Penske Motorsports won on its ALMS debut with the new Porsche RS Spyder.

  • Pruett, Diaz keep title hopes alive.

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    10 October 2005 Scott Pruett and Luis Diaz kept their slim Rolex Sports Car Series title hopes alive with a third win of the season in the #01 CompUSA Chip Ganassi Racing Riley-Lexus at Sunday's VIR 400 at Virginia International Raceway.

  • Groundhog day as SunTrust duo extend Grand-Am gap.

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    25 September 2005 Despite only qualifying a disappointing sixth on the grid, the #10 SunTrust Racing pairing of Max Angelelli and Wayne Taylor took another giant step towards the 2005 Grand-Am Rolex Sports Car Series title by recording a series-leading fifth victory of the season in the Crown Royal 250 at Watkins Glen.

  • Pirro, Biela complete hat-trick at Road America.

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    22 August 2005 In a race that featured some of the closest finishes ever seen in three of the four American Le Mans Series classes, Frank Biela and Emanuele Pirro completed a notable hat-trick of race wins that helped to extend their still slim championship lead a little further.

  • Embassy steal dramatic Silverstone victory.

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    14 August 2005 Although the weather was kinder to the British GT teams than those who took to the track on Saturday afternoon for the LMES, wet conditions again played a major part in the latest round of the British GT series as Ben Collins and Neil Cunningham took a dramatic win.

  • SunTrust takes third win at Grand-Am Porsche 250.

    Open article SunTrust takes third win at Grand-Am Porsche 250.

    31 July 2005 Wayne Taylor and Max Angelelli kicked off the second half of the 2005 Grand American Rolex Sports Car Series season the same way they opened the first half, taking the #10 SunTrust Riley-Pontiac to its third victory of the season in the Porsche 250 at Barber Motorsports Park.

  • Portland 2005: Biela, Pirro deny unlucky Dyson.

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    31 July 2005 Trailing by 1.5secs with two laps left, Emanuele Pirro couldn't believe his eyes as he closed quickly on Dyson Racing's #16 Lola, which had lost fuel pressure while leading, to win the Portland Grand Prix.

  • Pescarolo trounces Monza 1000km field.

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    10 July 2005 Jean-Christophe Boullion and Emmanuel Collard made up for their disappointment at Le Mans by taking victory in the second race of the Le Mans Endurance Series at Monza.

  • Brno 2005: Lamy, Gardel maintain Larbre's record.

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    26 June 2005 Pedro Lamy and Gabriele Gardel helped Larbre Competition maintain its unbeaten FIA GT record at Brno, adding a second win of the season to their own personal tallies after an eventful race at the Czech circuit.

  • Imola 2005: Corvette makes it four from four.

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    30 May 2005 Four races, four different winning cars has got the 2005 FIA GT Championship off to a competitive - and completely unexpected - start, with the GLPK Corvette completing the quartet in dominant fashion at Imola.

  • Scuderia Ecosse secure double Thruxton victory.

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    29 May 2005 If there is such a thing as an easy win in motorsport, then Nathan Kinch and Andrew Kirkaldy secured just that with victory in the second race of the British GT meeting at Thruxton.

  • Kinch, Kirkaldy take opening Thruxton victory.

    Open article Kinch, Kirkaldy take opening Thruxton victory.

    28 May 2005 Nathan Kinch and Andrew Kirkaldy have extended their lead in the British GT championship after taking victory in the opening race of the weekend at Thruxton.

  • Scuderia Ecosse take home win in race two.

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    22 May 2005 Having lost out to Embassy Racing in the opening race of the weekend, Nathan Kinch and Andrew Kirkaldy returned to the top of the podium with victory in race two at Knockhill to give the Scuderia Ecosse team victory in its home race.

  • Wallace finds Grand-Am home away from Homestead.

    Open article Wallace finds Grand-Am home away from Homestead.

    22 May 2005 In a six-hour Grand American Rolex Sports Car Series race that featured a little bit of everything, Andy Wallace charged from third to first in the space of two turns - and with slightly over ten minutes remaining - to take the victory in the Six Heures du Circuit Mont-Tremblant.

  • Embassy take dramatic maiden victory.

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    21 May 2005 Jonathan France and his Embassy Racing team can finally call themselves race winners after a dramatic first race of the weekend at Knockhill.

  • Silverstone 2005: Lamy surge secures Aston 1-2.

    Open article Silverstone 2005: Lamy surge secures Aston 1-2.

    15 May 2005 Proving their surprise win at Sebring was no fluke, Aston Martin made it two straight wins for the brand new DBR9 at Silverstone with Pedro Lamy triumphing in a dramatic RAC Tourist Trophy FIA GT race that saw a tight battle between Lamy and team-mate Darren Turner in the latter stages of the race.

  • Britnell, Stockton give Motorbase maiden win.

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    08 May 2005 Andy Britnell and Chris Stockton have given the Motorbase Performance team its first win in the British GT championship after a dramatic second race at Croft.

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