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Nearly the entirety of Hour 14 in the Rolex 24 Hours at Daytona was run under caution.
The field has been set for the 2016 edition of Sahlen's Six Hours of the Glen at Watkins Glen International.
Elkhart Lake native Nicolas Hammann piloting no. 41 Nissan
Chevrolet Camaro Z28.Rs finish fourth, fifth and sixth in hard-luck GS race
Chevrolet team hopes to score its first Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge title.
The final margin of victory was 2.186 seconds seconds.
Miller/Multimatic Mustang, Compass 360 Honda take race wins.
Road America finale has Camaro team five points behind BMW.
Second-place finish helps Liddell, Davis gain GS point lead.
Camaro Z/28 driver passes Kleinubing on last lap.
John Edwards takes his first series pole position.
But the points battle remains too close to call.
Lewis, Ellsworth top ST field.
Brickyard pole is Stevenson's second in a row.
Second win for Liddell, Davis nets GS manufacturer championship lead for Chevrolet.
Max Angelelli, Ricky and Jordan Taylor takes on grueling Sahlen’s Six Hours of The Glen looking to extend hard-earned TUSC points lead.
What will the Chevrolet contingent be able to accomplish at the Glen this weekend?
The No. 6 of Andrew Davis and Robin Liddell will see the green flag fly from the second row while the No. 9 of Matt Bell and Andy Lally will start not far behind in the fourth row.
Corey Lewis takes first ST pole for Rebel Rock Racing in Porsche Cayman.
Rained-out qualifying meant a mid-pack start for both