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Sunoco Challenge winners at 2013 Rolex 24 At Daytona
Sunoco Daytona Challenge winner, Ivan Bellarosa, took his prize drive in the Starworks Motorsport #8 DP in the Rolex 24. Watch Ivan's drive in this prestigious race and how the 24hrs panned out for the team. Watch Lawrence Davey, Sunoco GRAND-AM 200 Challenge winner, take his prize drive in the Mitchum Motorsports run Camaro in the BMW Performance 200 race. Davey raced exceptionally well before problems hit, seeing the Camaro drop down the order.

The Mazda6 at the 2013 Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona
The 2013 Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona endurance race was held in Florida from January 24- 27. The Mazda6, featuring a SKYACTIV-D 2.2 liter clean-diesel racing engine raced in the GRAND-AM GX class. This was the first time a diesel-powered vehicle of any type had ever raced at the Rolex 24. Check out these highlights from the race and preparations. 1/24-27にアメリカ・フロリダで行われたデイトナ24時間耐 久レースのダイジェスト動画をご紹介します!北米マツ ダが供給する2.2リットル クリーンディーゼルSKYACTIV-Dレーシングエンジンを搭載 たMazda6(日本名:アテンザ)は、同レースの「GX」クラス 初参戦しました。 日本語版はこちらです。

Whelen Motorsports Grand Am Rolex 24 Recap -2013
The Rolex 24 at Daytona has come and gone. One of the most grueling races in the world and the most difficult on the schedule for 2013, the Marsh Racing team has walked away from the track 15th in points along with some results that will allow them to have a good start to the season. The weekend started strong for the #31 Whelen Motorsports / Team Fox Corvette at Daytona International Speedway. Throughout the practice sessions, the car struggled to find rear grip on acceleration. After some changes to the setup developed at the Roar Before the 24, the car was running decent lap times inside the top ten of the GT class. The early changes allowed Eric, Lawson, and Brandon to get as much seat time as possible before the twenty-four hour sprint. Starting the race in 19th, Eric quickly gained many spots and turned as many laps as possible in his two hour first stint before handing the car over to Brandon Davis for the first night stint. Towards the end of Brandon's first stint, he noticed that there was an issue with the brakes. After bringing the car into the garage, the team decided to retire the car for the night and resolve the braking problems in the morning. With the brake issue remedied, the #31 Corvette returned to the track in the late hours of the morning after the fog had cleared. Another problem would soon arise that retired the car for good. The change in the suspension height, to allow the car to get power down sooner on the infield section of the track, meant that the car was dragging on the banking. After Lawson ran countless laps, the asphalt finally ate through the metal and created a hole in the fuel cell. The #31 would retire with two hours remaining in the race. "This weekend wasn't exactly what we were looking for in our Whelen / Team Fox Corvette. However, we learned a lot in our first attempt at one of the most difficult races in the world. The race turned out to be a really good test for the car, so we ran it like a test after the brake issue. The results that we walked away from the track with this weekend will help to improve our #31 Corvette for the rest of the season." "Boris and I will be back together for the remainder of the season, starting at Circuit of the Americas at the end of February. With everything that we have learned, we will make sure we run up front often during the 2013 racing season. The Marsh Racing guys are working really hard to make sure of that."

Audi R8 GRAND-AM Pics, 2013 Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona
Two quick clips of the Audi R8 GRAND-AM at Daytona, including Weathertech #24 rolling onto the grid and #52 APR leaving the pits at night.