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Yacaman Captures First TUDOR Pole Award

At Mosport
Saturday, July 12, 2014

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Gustavo Yacaman
After finishing third at Detroit and second at Watkins Glen International in the two most recent TUDOR United SportsCar Championship races, OAK Racing came to Canadian Tire Motorsport Park looking to step up to the top of the victory podium.

After leading both of Friday’s practice rounds, Gustavo Yacaman took another giant step toward achieving that goal on Saturday, running a lap of 1:09.167 (127.986 mph) to give the team its second consecutive TOTAL Pole Award in Prototype qualifying for the Mobil 1 SportsCar Grand Prix Presented by Hawk Performance (Sunday, FOX Sports 1, Live, 2 p.m. ET).

Alex Brundle gave the No. 42 Morgan/Nissan its first pole in qualifying at Watkins Glen International. Olivier Pla is co-driving with Yacaman this weekend.

“Of course, our goal is to win,” Yacaman said. “We’re a race-winning team, and we haven’t won yet. Hopefully, everything will go our way tomorrow. There are many variables in motorsports, and everything has to go your way in order to win.”

Based in Le Mans, France, OAK Racing is competing in the United States on a full-time basis for the first time in 2014 after winning the FIA World Endurance Championship LMP2 title in 2013.

“Here it is very important to be on the pole,” Yacaman said. “We definitely have an aero(dynamic) advantage, but we have a big power disadvantage. It’s going to be a matter of managing traffic, which is very difficult at this track with the massive speed difference in the high-speed corners.”

Ryan Dalziel qualified on the outside of the front row with a lap of 1:09.456 (127.453 mph) on the 2.459-mile, 10-turn circuit in the Extreme Speed Motorsports No. 1 Tequila Patr¢n HPD ARX-03b/Honda co-driven by Scott Sharp. Qualifying third was Richard Westbrook, who joined Michael Valiante in winning the Sahlen’s Six Hours of The Glen two weeks ago. He ran a lap of 1:09.642 (127.113 mph) in the No. 90 Spirit of Daytona Corvette DP.

Both the No. 31 Marsh Racing Corvette DP of Boris Said and Eric Curran, and the No. 0 DeltaWing DWC-13 of Katherine Legge and Andy Meyrick were withdrawn from the event after the cars were damaged in separate incidents late in Friday afternoon practice.

Sunday’s schedule opens with a 20-minute practice session at 9 a.m. ET.

Results

Pos CPos No Class Drivers Time Speed Diff Laps Make
1 1 42 P Yacaman/Pla 1:09.167 127.986 0.000s 9 Nissan Morgan
2 2 1 P Sharp/Dalziel 1:09.456 127.453 0.289 12 HPD ARX-03b
3 3 90 P Westbrook/Valiante 1:09.642 127.113 0.475 12 Corvette DP
4 4 2 P Brown/van Overbeek 1:10.136 126.218 0.969 10 HPD ARX-03b
5 5 5 P Barbosa/Fittipaldi 1:10.298 125.927 1.131 12 Corvette DP
6 6 10 P R.Taylor/J.Taylor 1:10.336 125.859 1.169 13 Corvette DP
7 7 01 P Pruett/Rojas 1:10.433 125.685 1.266 12 Ford EcoBoost/Riley
8 8 60 P Pew/Negri Jr. 1:11.339 124.089 2.172 12 Ford EcoBoost/Riley
9 9 07 P Joel.Miller/Nunez 1:12.829 121.550 3.662 4 Mazda Prototype
10 10 70 P Tremblay/T.Long 1:14.700 118.506 5.533 4 Mazda Prototype
11 1 93 GTLM Bomarito/Wittmer 1:15.206 117.709 6.039 8 Dodge Viper SRT
12 2 3 GTLM Magnussen/Garcia 1:15.278 117.596 6.111 8 Chevrolet Corvette C7.R
13 3 17 GTLM Henzler/Sellers 1:15.368 117.456 6.201 8 Porsche 911 RSR
14 4 4 GTLM Gavin/Milner 1:15.470 117.297 6.303 8 Chevrolet Corvette C7.R
15 5 56 GTLM Müller/J.Edwards 1:15.497 117.255 6.330 7 BMW Z4 GTE
16 6 911 GTLM Tandy/Lietz 1:15.724 116.903 6.557 9 Porsche 911 RSR
17 7 91 GTLM D.Farnbacher/Goossens 1:15.728 116.897 6.561 12 Dodge Viper SRT
18 8 912 GTLM P.Long/Christensen 1:15.942 116.568 6.775 11 Porsche 911 RSR
19 9 62 GTLM Fisichella/Kaffer 1:16.340 115.960 7.173 12 Ferrari F458 Italia
20 10 55 GTLM Auberlen/Priaulx 1:16.395 115.877 7.228 8 BMW Z4 GTE
21 1 33 GTD J.Bleekemolen/Keating 1:19.004 112.050 9.837 9 Dodge Viper SRT
22 2 45 GTD Canache Jr./Pumpelly/von Moltke 1:19.159 111.831 9.992 12 Audi R8 LMS
23 3 94 GTD Cameron/Palttala 1:19.175 111.808 10.008 11 BMW Z4
24 4 23 GTD James/M.Farnbacher 1:19.213 111.754 10.046 10 Porsche 911 GT America
25 5 35 GTD Neiman/von Moltke/Pumpelly 1:19.223 111.740 10.056 11 Audi R8 LMS
26 6 58 GTD Snow/Heylen 1:19.249 111.704 10.082 8 Porsche 911 GT America
27 7 22 GTD MacNeil/Keen 1:19.356 111.553 10.189 11 Porsche 911 GT America
28 8 007 GTD Carter/Davison 1:19.358 111.550 10.191 6 Aston Martin V12 Vantage
29 9 73 GTD Lindsey/Estre 1:19.532 111.306 10.365 11 Porsche 911 GT America
30 10 48 GTD Haase/B.Miller 1:19.555 111.274 10.388 12 Audi R8 LMS
31 11 555 GTD Sweedler/To.Bell 1:19.684 111.094 10.517 11 Ferrari 458 Italia
32 12 44 GTD Potter/Lally 1:19.763 110.984 10.596 10 Porsche 911 GT America
33 13 63 GTD Balzan/Westphal 1:19.793 110.942 10.626 11 Ferrari 458 Italia
34 14 27 GTD Dempsey/A.Davis 1:19.806 110.924 10.639 11 Porsche 911 GT America
35 15 81 GTD Barker/Faulkner 1:20.062 110.569 10.895 11 Porsche 911 GT America
36 16 18 GTD Thomas/Green 1:20.809 109.547 11.642 10 Porsche 911 GT America
37 17 46 GTD Espenlaub/Putman 1:21.050 109.221 11.883 12 Audi R8 LMS
38 11 0 P Meyrick/Legge -.--- --- - 0 DeltaWing DWC13

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