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IMSA: Daytona
The overall winners of the Rolex 24 - the #10 Wayne Taylor Racing Cadillac driven by Kumui Kobayashi, Scott Dixon, Ryan Briscoe and Renger Van Der Zande
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IMSA: Daytona
The #38 Performance Tech LMP2 Oreca crashed during practice on Thursday for the Rolex 24
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IMSA: Daytona
Fireworks go off at 1:40am Sunday morning marking the midpoint of the Rolex 24
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IMSA: Daytona
A time lapse photo taken during the night hours of the Rolex 24 by Mike Levitt
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IMSA: Daytona
The #64 Black Swan Racing Porsche 911 GTD spins in the cold of the night hours
Brian Fahie/AR1.com

IMSA: Daytona
The sun rises over the GTLM winning #24 Rahal Letterman Lanigan BMW
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IMSA: Daytona
Team Penske scrambles to repair the #7 Acura in the 4th hour of the Rolex 24 after a crash in the Bus Stop Chicane
LAT for IMSA

IMSA: Daytona
During the night Team Penske services the #7 Acura as Helio Castroneves waits to get in
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IMSA: Daytona
The sun rises Sunday morning over Daytona International Speedway during the Rolex 24
Brian Fahie/AR1.com
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No.10 WTR Cadillac wins 2nd straight Rolex 24
  BMW outduels two Porsches to win in GTLM
The Wayne Taylor Racing #10 Cadillac DPi won their 2nd straight Rolex 24 by more than 1-minute over the pole winning #77 Oliver Jarvis Mazda and the Loic Duval #5 Mustang Sampling Cadillac. It was never really a contest for the team of Kobayashi, Dixon, Briscoe and Van Der Zande as they would have lapped the field more than once had it not been for stupid mistakes. The most exciting battle was in GTLM that went down to the last hour with the Rahal Letterman BMW beating the two factory Porsches.
Rolex 24: Halfway Update - Cadillacs run 1-2-3
  BMW vs Porsche in GTLM
Cadillacs run 1-2-3 at the midpoint of the Rolex 24 at Daytona. The #5 Cadillac (Loic Duval) has assumed the lead over the #10 Cadillac (Ryan Briscoe) but they swap positions on pitstops and the win is still very much up in the air as the #31 Cadillac lurks close behind. The #77 and #55 Mazdas are now circulating together in 4th and 5th place still on the lead lap but starting to lose touch with the Cadillacs that are putting the BoP advantage IMSA gave them to good use. 
Alonso will win this year's Indy 500
  by Andrew Maitland
It must be a little weird to be as good as Fernando Alonso. But while his career is somewhat of a baffling rollercoaster right now, he's laying the foundation of what could become the new and unprecedented benchmark for a life in motorsport not just well spent, but eternally remembered and never matched or surpassed. It's tempting to think it hasn't been a perfect ride for the mercurial Spaniard who is now equally well-known on both sides of the pond, but I think that's just plain wrong. Fernando Alonso's career was just so ... Fernando Alonso.
Second Straight Rolex 24 Pole for Mazda
  Porsche on GTLM pole
Oliver Jarvis claimed his second straight Rolex 24 at Daytona pole position for Mazda Team Joest easily beating Acura to the top spot in qualifying after Acura was neutered by IMSA before the weekend so they did not have the pace to win. Jarvis put up a time of 1:33.711 to easily beat the #6 Penske Acura of Juan Montoya. Ricky Taylor wadded up the sister #7 Acura trying too hard. Nick Tandy put the #911 Porsche on pole position in the GT Le Mans category, just edging out the sister #912 Porsche.
Four of the best racing tracks in Montana
  Not known for racing, this state has more than meets the eye
The state of Montana in the U.S.A. is not known as a destination for motor racing, but there are more tracks than you might realize and some hidden jewels. The state has several exciting race tracks, most of which are set against spectacular mountain backdrops. This article highlights four of the best race tracks that you can visit in Montana. You can also visit bet-mt.com if you’re looking to start wagering on races.
Q&A with Charlie Kimball and Larry Foyt
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INDYCAR stars set for Rolex 24
  Dixon, Hunter-Reay and Rossi have real chance to win
NTT INDYCAR SERIES drivers are set to compete in yet another prestigious offseason motorsports event with this week's Rolex 24 at Daytona, the top U.S. sports car road race at Daytona International Speedway. Just days after three NTT INDYCAR SERIES drivers competed in the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals in Tulsa, Oklahoma, the series will be represented by six former series champions and five Indianapolis 500 winners in the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship's season-opening race.
2020 IMSA Sportscar Season: A Look Ahead
  Season starts this weekend
These days, motorsport doesn’t seem offseason. That’s especially true for the WeatherTech SportsCar Championship organized by the IMSA (International Motor Sports Association). The North American endurance racing series already hosted its huge preseason test after successfully wrapping up the 2019 season in October. The series is getting ready for the first of its biggest events in the Rolex 24 to be hosted at the end of January in Daytona. 
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A Day Late And a Dollar Short, isn't that the life story of IndyCar and IMSA?  After dragging their feet with hybridization of their power units for their top categories - IndyCars and Daytona DPi prototypes - when the automobile industry was spending tons of money on R&D on hybrid engines for their passenger cars, they recently had a Come to Jesus moment and decided they must now implement hybrid power by 2022.
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