The No. 02 Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates BMW Riley holds the lead after 12 hours are now in the book in the 2013 Rolex 24 at Daytona race. Close at hand is his rival from the IndyCar series – the 2012 champion.
Scotsman and IZOD IndyCar multi champion Dario Franchitti holds the lead on the at Daytona’s infield road course in the No. 02 BMW Riley. Not far behind him is the current IndyCar champion, Ryan Hunter-Reay for the No. 10 VelocityWW Corvette DP in this year’s Rolex 24 Hours at Daytona.
The No. 2 Starworks Ford Riley was third, as their driver Allan McNish came in for a pit stop.
The two Chip Ganassi Racing cars have dominated the since the start, and they do appear to be by far the strongest and the fastest.
Photo by: Jackie Buys
There have been 12 different GT leaders during the first 12 hour which has made for tight battles on the track.
The new GX class still belongs to the No.16 Napleton Racing Porsche Cayman.
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|Drivers||Alessandro Balzan , Ryan Hunter-Reay , Alessandro Pier Guidi , Filipe Albuquerque , Olivier Beretta , Allan McNish , Dario Franchitti , Chip Ganassi , Alex Job , Marco Frezza , Felix Sabates|
|Teams||Chip Ganassi Racing , Scuderia Corsa , Alex Job Racing|
|Author||Nancy Knapp Schilke|