Bill Sweedler1966-10-11 (age 53)
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A Ferrari that first raced at Le Mans six years ago won the GTE Am class with a team that had only ever raced there once before. But, as Charles Bradley learns, this fairytale story almost didn’t work out…
The American-based Scuderia Corsa Ferrari team says its GTE Am victory in the 24 Hours of Le Mans on Sunday didn’t seem real.
The United States leads the entry list for the prestigious endurance race on June 18-19 with 12 cars, 10 of which compete in the WeatherTech Championship.
Risi Competizione finishes third in IMSA SportsCar Championship race
GT Daytona leads four-class field with 22 entries for three-day test
O'Gara Motorsport confirms driver lineup for its new Lamborghini Huracan GT3, to race in the WeatherTech SportsCar Championship
Ferrari 458 Italia wins third manufacturer’s championship in four seasons
Pilet earns driver title and clinches GTLM manufacturer title
Christina Nielsen looks to become first female champion.
Fisichella and Kaffer score fifth IMSA podium of the season
Great victory propels Sweedler and Bell in IMSA Championship, Fuentes drives his Ferrari to a pair of World Challenge podiums.
Ferrari maintains lead in North American Endurance Cup championship
No. 62 Scuderia Corsa Ferrari 458 finishes third in first 24 Hours of Le Mans for team and drivers Bill Sweedler, Townsend Bell and Jeff Segal.
An unexpected victory and two bitter podiums.
The no. 62 Scuderia Corsa Ferrari 458 Italia started the race in ninth position in the GT-Am class.
Scuderia Corsa captured victory in 2014 from seventh on the grid in IMSA race.
Jeff Segal to complete all-American driver lineup in Scuderia Corsa Ferrari.