USRRC: Dyson Captures Second Rolex 24 at Daytona, Porche Dominates GT3

2 February 1999

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. --Team Dyson Racing, after a grueling day-and-night battle with the No. 7 Doyle-Risi Racing Ferrari 333 SP, brought home the win at the 708-lap, 2,520.54-mile Rolex 24 At Daytona behind the driving efforts of Butch Leitzinger, Andy Wallace and Elliot Forbes-Robinson. In the GT category, Roock Racing won GT2 with its No. 83 Porsche 911 GT2, capturing the inaugural Daytona "Sports Car of the Year" award for Porsche, which also won GT3 with the No. 23 AJR/Aerofab/Yokohama/Team Seattle Porsche 911 RSR. GK Motorsports won the GTT class with its No. 19 Ford Mustang Cobra. Leitzinger, who qualified the sixth, took the checkered flag more than one lap ahead of Doyle-Risi team owner Wayne Taylor in the 24:03:30.680 race that featured the largest North American prototype field for an endurance race since 1985.

"Last time we won, our car started down in the field and we didn't even think about winning until late in the race," said Leitzinger, "This year was different because we felt like we had a chance. We were in contention the whole race. All three of us had a great time."

Team owner Rob Dyson drove the pole-sitting No. 16 Goodyear/Bosch/Hella Riley & Scott Ford to an eighth-place finish in the Can-Am class after a night-time incident knocked the car out of contention. Dyson Racing's effort to push the No. 20 Riley & Scott Ford to victory was the team's second overall win at the Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona.

"This is as good or better than the first time," said Dyson. "What an awesome experience just to compete, but winning is an awesome experience in life. This is about the whole team. These guys did a great job, and we had a lot of luck going our way."

From the start, the battle for position at the front of the Can-Am field was hotly contested between the Dyson Team, the Doyle-Risi team and the Doran-Matthews team. Team Dyson, led by Leitzinger, Andy Wallace and Elliot Forbes-Robinson dueled with Doyle-Risi's Wayne Taylor, Allan McNish, Didier de Radigues and Massimillano Angelelli throughout Saturday night and into Sunday, with neither car extending to more than a two-lap lead over the other.

"A brake problem this morning cost us the race," said McNish. "It cost us three laps, and we could never make them up. I'm happy for the team. I'm sorry we didn't win, but it was a good result."

Leitzinger also made a lap 526 pass of Support Net Racing's Scott Shubot to take over the lead for good as daylight brought at first intermittent, and then heavy rain, causing teams to change equipment and race strategies several times throughout the final hours of the race. The No. 00 Autosport Racing Ferrari 333 SP finished fourth, followed by the No. 8 Support Net Racing Ferrari 333 SP in fifth.

The intense competition in the GT classes was equally impressive, featuring the largest GT2 field ever assembled at the Rolex 24, two new full-fledged factory supported teams, and ultimately, a resounding performance across the GT2 and GT3 fields by the Porsches.

Through qualifying and the early hours of Sunday morning, the GT2 race was shaping up as a muscle match between the factory-supported Viper Team Oreca (Dodge) and Corvette Racing (Chevrolet) teams. While the Vipers fell-off as dawn touched the Sunday morning horizon, the Corvette team of Ron Fellows, Chris Kneifel and John Paul Jr. ran strong until the 22nd hour, enjoying as much as a 12-lap lead over the Roock Racing Porsche before engine problems ended their hopes for debut win.

It was the durability and tenacity of the Porsche teams that would be the difference in the class, ending with the No. 83 team of Andre Ahrle, Hubert Haupt and David Warnock finishing first ahead of the No. 99 Schumacher Racing Porsche 933. The international team was satisfied to let other teams battle for the lead early on, conserving the Roock Racing Porsche 911 GT2 for a strong push Sunday morning. They would need all the car they could muster, as the field really pushed the leaders in the final hours.

"I've won here in GT2 before," said Ahrle, "and I ran the final hour with a broken engine. It was an unbelievable race; the pace was unbelievable." Fifteen full course cautions (resulting in no injuries) and the ever-changing track conditions on Sunday seemed to play well to their strategy.

Schumacher Racing, while still running strong at the end, relied on sheer tenacity and will to overcome several mechanical problems, repeatedly gaining precious lost positions to score the runner-up finish. After spending over 10 laps in the pits, the No. 2 Corvette crew salvaged enough fortitude to finish the race, and hold onto the final podium position. No. 77 Seikel Motorsports finished fourth and No. 49 Freisinger Motorsport finished fifth.

The GT3 race was highlighted by a dominating drive from the Alex Job Racing Team of Cort Wagner, Anthony Lazarro, Darryl Havens and Kelly Collins. After feeling heat early from the strong PTG BMW teams, the No. 23 AJR/Aerofab/Yokoahma/Team Seattle Porsche 911 RSR checked-out and never looked back, scoring the team's first win at the Rolex 24.

"Cort and I have been doing this for five years nearly winning several times," said Collins. "This year was serious, we never cracked a smile or let up. We kept our heads down for 24 hours."

Chasing the Alex Job team the entire race was the No. 02 Metamor/Birel/Castrol/ Lions/Yokohama/Elf/Porsche 911 of John Mowlem, David Murry, John Reiser and Grady Willingham, who also choreographed a very consistent drive, never losing much ground in wet or dry conditions. Challenging the No. 02 Porsche during the final hours of the race was the No. 07 The Jennifer Fund/Perelli Porsche 911, which nearly caught it on several occasions, and earning the final podium position.

The No. 18 Yokohama/E.P.E./JRZ/Warren Fastenings Porsche 911 RSR finished fourth followed by the No. 17 Aspen Knolls Racing BMW M3 in fifth. In the newly-formed GTT class (tube-framed cars), the No. 19 GK Group Motorsports Ford Mustang Cobra of Les Delano, Kyle McIntyre, Andy Petery, Gary Stewart ran away from a field of Chevrolet Camaros for the class win. The team overcame transmission and header problems in the middle of the night for the victory. Finishing second in GTT was the pole-sitting Rankin Racing team of Toto Lasally, Richard McDill, C. Peter Pope, David Rankin and Hank Scott in the No. 40 Colonial Bank/P.I.E. Electronics Chevrolet Camaro.

"This was a nostalgic victory because we have so much fun with the American metal," said Andy Petery. "I was happy to be here at this race with these cars." The No. 79 Maugeri Motorsports Chevrolet Camaro finished third, followed by the No. 53 Powermaster/CATZ/Diablo Racing Chevrolet Camaro in fourth and the No. 96 Entropy Racing Chevrolet Camaro.

In all, 78 cars started the event, with 44 running at the finish. Can-Am (21) and GT2 (19) set class records for starters.


DAYTONA BEACH, Fla--Provisional results from the 37th Rolex 24 At Daytona, Round One of the USRRC Can-Am and GT Championships with overall finishing position, starting position in parenthesis, team, drivers with hometowns, class, car, laps complete and reason out, if any.

1. (3), Dyson Racing Team Inc., Andy Wallace, England, Elliott Forbes-Robinson, Sherrils Ford, N.C., Butch Leitzinger, State College, Pa., CA, Riley & Scott Ford, 708. 2. (1), Doyle-Risi Racing, Massimiliano Angelelli, Monaco, Didier de Radigues, Monaco, Allan McNish, Scotland, Wayne Taylor, Altomonte Springs, Fla., CA, Ferrari 333 SP, 706. 3. (2), Doran/Matthews Racing, Jim Matthews, Warsaw, N.C., Stefan Johansson, Sweden, Jimmy Vasser, Las Vegas, Nev., Max Papis, Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif., CA, Ferrari 333 SP, 694. 4. (8), Auto Sport Racing, Enzo Calderari, Switzerland, Lilian Bryner, Switzerland, Angelo Zadra, Italy, Carl Rosenblad, England, CA, Ferrari 333 SP, 679. 5. (6), Support Net Racing, Henry Camferdam, Indianapolis, Ind., Duncan Dayton, North Salem, N.Y., Eliseo Salazar, Chile, Scott Schubot, W. Palm Beach, Fla., CA, Riley & Scott Ford, 643. 6. (62), Alex Job Racing, Cort Wagner, Seattle, Wash., Kelly Collins, Corona Del Mar, Calif., Anthony Lazzaro, Atlanta, Ga., Darryl Havens, Seattle, Wash., GT3, Porsche 911 RSR, 639. 7. (14), Roock Racing, Andre Ahrle, Germany, Hubert Haupt, Germany, David Warnock, England, Raffaele Sangiuolo, Italy, GT2, Porsche 911 GT2, 634. 8. (5), Doran/Lista Racing, Fredy Lienhard, Switzerland, Didier Theys, Belgium, Mauro Baldi, Italy, Arie Luyendyk, Scottsdale, Ariz., CA, Ferrari 333 SP, 632. 9. (29), Reiser/Callas Rennsport, Joel Reiser, Mendon, N.Y., John Mowlem, England, Grady Willingham, Birmingham, Ala., David Murry, Lilburn, Ga., GT3, Porsche 911, 632.

10. (77), Schumacher Racing, Larry Schumacher, Cincinnati, Ohio, John O'Steen, Cincinnati, Ohio, Martin Snow, Pleasant Grove, Utah, Dirk Mueller, Germany, GT2, Porsche 993T, 626. 11. (26), G&W Motorsports, Steve Marshall, Blacksburg, Va., Danny Marshall, Danville, Va., Darren Law, Phoenix, Ariz., Sylvain Tremblay, Pompano Beach, Fla., Patrick Huisman, Netherlands, GT3, Porsche 911, 625. 12. (33), Millennium Motorsports, Geoff Auberlen, Redondo Beach, Calif., Chris Miller, Redondo Beach, Calif., David Friedman, New York, N.Y., Vic Rice, San Rafael, Calif., Beran Peter, Natick, Mass., GT3, Porsche 911 RSR, 623. 13. (60), Aspen Knolls Racing, Randy Pobst, Melborne, Fla., Shane Lewis, Stewart, Fla., Bob Mazzuoccola, Statten Island, N.Y., Mark Raccaro, Hamden, Conn., GT3, BMW M3, 622. 14. (35), The Racers Group, Kevin Buckler, Sonoma, Calif., Michael Conte, Seattle, Wash., Nick Holt, Seattle, Wash., Bruno Lambert, Seattle, Wash., GT3, Porsche 911, 617. 15. (69), Downing/Atlanta Inc., Fabio Montani, Italy, Ermanno Rohchi, Italy, Dennis Spencer, Denver, Colo., Ben Treadway, Atlanta, Ga., CA, Kudzu DLM Mazda, 611. 16. (47), M.A.C. Racing, Massimo Morini, Italy, Antonio de Castro, Italy, Luca Cattaneo, Italy, Angelo Scarpetta, Italy, Luciano Tamburini, Italy, GT3, Porsche 993 SC, 605. 17. (43), Bell Motorsports, Terry Borcheller, Phoenix, Ariz., Tony Kester, Beverly Shores, Ind., James A. Kenton, Stamford, Conn., Matt Drendel, Hickory, N.C., Scott Neuman, Miami, Fla., GT3, BMW M3, 602. 18. (12), Ron Fellows, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Chris Kneifel, Phoenix, Ariz., John Paul Jr, W. Palm Beach, Fla., GT2, Chevrolet Corvette C5-R, 600. 19. (36), Seikel Motorsport, Andrew Bagnall, New Zealand, Tony Burgess, Toronto Canada, Renata Mastropietro, Italy, Michel Neugarten, Monaco, GT2, Posche 911 GT2, 597.

20. (25), Freisinger Motorsport, Manfred Jurasz, Austria, Eric Van De Vyver, Belgium, Michael Jurngartz, Klaus Horn, Germany, GT2, Porsche 911 GT2, 595, n.a.. 21. (75), TRV Motorsport, Tom Volk, Blissfield, Mich., Jeret Schroeder, Vineland, N.J., Paul Debban, Malibu, Calif., R.J. Valentine, Hingham, Mass., CA, Riley & Scott Chevrolet, 595. 22. (50), Dyson Racing Team Inc., James Weaver, England, Stuart Hayner, Yorba Linda, Calif., Dorsey Schroeder, Little Torch Key, Fla., Rob Dyson, Pleasant Valley, N.Y., CA, Riley & Scott Ford, 593. 23. (10), DLW Racing Inc., Dale Whittington, Orlando, Fla., Hurley Haywood, Jacksonville, Fla., Don Whittington, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., Danny Sullivan, Los Angeles, Calif., CA, Riley & Scott Ford, 590. 24. (11), Downing/Atlanta Inc., Jim Downing, Atlanta, Ga., Howard Katz, New York, N.Y., Yojiro Terada, Japan, Chris Ronson, Modesto, Calif., CA, Kudzu DLY Mazda, 586. 25. (73), Roock Racing, Enrico Bertaggia, Monaco, Claudia Hurtgen, Germany, Stephane Ortelli, Monaco, Robert Hearn, England, GT2, Porsche 911 GT2, 581. 26. (57), Specter Works Sports, Rick Mancuso, Lake Forrest, Ill., Tom Murphy, Wilmette, Ill., Jeff Nowicki, Troy, Mich., R.K. Smith, Rancho Santa Fe, Calif., GT3, Chevrolet Corvette, 578. 27. (55), Pumpelly/Mitchum Racing, David Kicak, Syracuse, N.Y., Chris Mitchum, Washington D.C., Spencer Pumpelly, Baltimore, Md., Bill Lester, Oakland, Calif., Pascal Dro, France, GT3, Porsche 911, 575. 28. (31), GK Group Motorsports, Gary Stewart, York, Pa., Les Delano, New York, N.Y., Andy Petery, Greenwich, Conn., Kyle H. McIntyre, Wilmington, N.C., Craig Carter, GTT, Ford Mustang, 550. 29. (71), Jack Lewis Ent., Jack Lewis, Atlanta, Ga., Kevin Wheeler, Boca Raton, Fla., Ron Henriksen, Houston, Texas, Ludovico Manfredi, Italy, Kiichi Takahashi, Japan, GT3, Porsche 911, 540.

30. (45), Pettit Racing, Ryan Hampton, Glendora, Calif., Steve Pfeifer, Gig Harbor, Wash., Scott Sansone, Coconut Creek, Fla., Cameron Worth, Lighthouse Point, Fla., GT2, Mazda RX7 Turbo, 535. 31. (15), RaceStar Motorsports, John G. Thomas, Largo, Fla., Todd Valencourt, Orlando, Fla., Brian DeVries, Grand Rapids, Mich., Ian James, England, CA, Spice Chevrolet, 528. 32. (46), Supertech S.B. Racing, Gianni Biava, Italy, Gian Luca De Lorenzi, Monaco, Marco De Iturbe, Monaco, Pier Angelo Masselli, Italy, Franco Scapini, Italy, GT3, Ferrari F355, 517. 33. (68), Kris Wilson, Newport Beach, Calif., Tim Moser, Chandler, Ariz., Barry Waddell, Evansville, Ind., CA, Kopf Keiler Ford, 510. 34. (24), Proton Competition, Gerold Ried, Germany, Gerd Ruch, Germany, Toni Seiler, Switzerland, Patrick Vuillaume, France, GT2, Porsche 911 GT2, 502. 35. (56), Goldin Brothers Racing, Keith Goldin, Miami, Fla., Scott Finlay, Miami, Fla., Steven Goldin, Miami, Fla., David Russel.Jr., Miami, Fla., GT3, Mazda RX-7, 484. 36. (48), Bell Motorsports, Brian Till, Columbus, Ohio, Barry Graham, Australia, Leo Hindery, Denver, Colo., James McCormick, New Rochelle, N.Y., Peter Baron, Graysake, Ill., GT3, BMW M3, 467. 37. (51), Broadfoot Racing, Phillipe Lenain, Cambodia, Mike Borkowski, Middlebury, Conn., Neil Crilly, Germany, Scott Bove, Avon Lake, Ohio, Caroline Wright, Long Acre, Texas, GT3, Porsche 944GTR, 465. 38. (27), Rankin Racing, David Rankin, Apopka, Fla., Hank Scott, Tavares, Fla., Toto Lasally, Deltona, Fla., C. Peter Pope, Hickory, N.C., Richard McDill, Orlando, Fla., GTT, Chevrolet Camaro, 461. 39. (52), Spirit of Daytona, Craig Conway, Daytona Beach, Fla., Todd Flis, Daytona Beach, Fla., Eric Van Cleef, Huntsville, Ala., GT3, Mitsubishi Eclipse, 455.

40. (18), Altfried Heger, Germany, Peter Kitchak, Excelsior, Minn., Charles Slater, Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Batiste Preguasco, Franz Konrad, GT2, Porsche 911 GT2, 452, Mech. 41. (54), Maugeri Motorsports, Richard Maugeri, Ormond Beach, Fla., Sim Penton, Montgomery, Ala., Tony Puleo, St. Augustine, Fla., Doug Mills, Hagerstown, Md., Ron Zitza, Orlando, Fla. GTT, Chevrolet Camaro, 418. 42. (63), Jon Field, Dublin, Ohio, Ryan Jones, Honeoye Falls, N.Y., Sam Hornish Jr., Defiance, Ohio, Mike Shank, Columbus, Ohio, CA, Lola Ford, 399, n.a.. 43. (19), Bret A. Parker, Orlando, Fla., Kevin Allen, Green Cove Springs, Fla., Larry Parker, Orlando, Fla., Neil Hannemann, Livona, Mich., GT2, Dodge Viper GTS-R, 390. 44. (16), Freisinger Motorsport, Wolfgang Kaufmann, Germany, Michel Ligonnet, France, Lance Stewart, Tequesta, Fla., GT2, Porsche 911 GT2, 386, n.a.. 45. (28), Manthey Racing, Uli Gallade, Germany, Ulli Richter, Germany, Marc Gindorf, Germany, Hans Willems, Belgium, Olaf Manthey, Germany, GT3, Porsche 993 RSR, 377, n.a.. 46. (58), Corvette Racing, Scott Sharp, Carmel, Ind., Andy Pilgrim, Cooper City, Fla., John Heinricy, Holly, Mich., GT2, Chevrolet Corvette C5-R, 366. 47. (30), Ross Bentley, White Rock, B.C., Canada, Chris Bingham, Bellevue, Wash., Didier Andre, Indianapolis, Ind., Franck Freon, Margate, N.J., CA, Riley & Scott Ford, 349, Engine. 48. (38), Max Schmidt, Edwards, Colo., Jeff Conkel, Roca, Nev., Rusty Schmidt, Edwards, Colo., Scott Harrington, Indianapolis, Ind., GT3, Porsche 993 RSR, 343, Gearbox. 49. (66), Kryderacing, Reed Kryder, Canal Fulton, Ohio, Steve Ahlgrim, Wheaton, Ill., Christian Heinkele, Brazil, GT3, Nissan 240 SX, 341.

50. (65), Diablo Racing, Tom Scheuren, Bedford, N.Y., Mayo T. Smith, Bedford Hills, N.Y., Bob Jones, Pine Grove, Pa., John McNaughton, Harrisburg, N.C., John Halbing III, Dallas, Pa., GTT, Chevrolet Camaro, 340. 51. (61), Alex Job Racing, Kim Wolfkill, Seattle, Wash., John Hill, Seattle, Wash., Wade Gaughran, Seattle, Wash., Don Kitch.Jr., Seattle, Wash., GT3, Porsche 911 RSR, 327, n.a.. 52. (42), Peter Argetsinger, Weston, Fla., Richard Polidori, Boca Raton, Fla., Steve Hill, Dallas, Texas, John McCaig, Victoria B.C., GT3, Porsche 993 RSR, 326, n.a.. 53.. (53), Michael Jacobs, Stamford, Conn., George Biskup, Naperville, Ill., John Steinmetz, New York, N.Y., Michael De Fontes, Baltimore, Md., Frank Del Vecchio, Trumbull, Conn., GT3, Ferrari 348, 326, Crash. 54. (39), Steve Pelke, Lansing, Ill., Brian Pelke, Lansing, Ill., Ron Herrerias, Petaluma, Calif., Pat DiGiovanni, Colorado Springs, Colo., GT3, Porsche 911, 312, Engine. 55. (72), George Robinson, Houston, Texas, Jack Baldwin, Marietta, Ga., Irv Hoerr, Peoria, Ill., Jon Gooding, Apopka, Fla., CA, Riley & Scott Chevrolet, 299, n.a.. 56. (17), Chris Gleason, Johnstown, Pa., Christian Glaser, Germany, Brian Hornkohl, Stroudsburg, Pa., Hans Hudenholtz, Holland, GT2, Dodge Viper GTS-R, 297, Crash. 57. (76), Entropy Racing, Gerry Green, Somerset, N.J., Rich Bell, Monsey, N.J., Scott Brunk, Fredrick, Md., Tony Tola, Somerset, N.J., Keith Fisher, Hamburg, N.Y., GTT, Chevrolet Camaro, 273. 58. (44), John Annis, Tampa, Fla., John Kohler, Bradford, Pa., Mark Kennedy, Daytona Beach, Fla., Steve Ladoniczki, Tampa, Fla., GTT, Chevrolet Camaro, 263, n.a.. 59. (49), Easton Properties Corp., Paul Arnold, William Stitt, Boca Raton, Fla., Victor Sifton, Canada, Simon Gregg, Jacksonville, Fla., GT2, Acura NSX, 261, n.a..

60. (22), Boris Said, Carlsbad, Calif., Peter Cunningham, W. Bend, Wis., Mark Simo, Carlsbad, Calif., Dieter Quester, Austria, GT3, BMW M3, 247, Mechanical. 61. (70), Cor Euser, Netherlands, Christian Vann, United Kingdom, Herman Buurman, Netherlands, Peter Van der Kolk, Netherlands, GT2, Marcos LM600, 242, n.a.. 62. (21), Bill Auberlen, Redondo Beach, Calif., Brian Cunningham, Lancaster, Ky., Johannes van Overbeek, Pelham, N.Y., Hans Stuck, Austria, GT3, BMW M3, 238, Suspension. 63. (64), Samual A. Brown, Fairfield, Conn., Butch Brickell, Miami, Fla., Jacek Mucha, John Mirro, Bath, Pa., CA, Riley & Scott Ford, 225, Gearbox. 64. (59), Chuck Goldsborough, Baltimore, Md., Kurt Baumann, McLean, Va., Jeff Altenburg, Cutonsville, Md., Rick Fairbanks, Greensville, S.C., CA, Hawk Chevrolet, 225, Mechanical. 65. (9), Viper Team Oreca, Tommy Archer, Duluth, Minn., Olivier Beretta, Monaco, David Donahue, Malvern, Pa., GT2, Dodge Viper GTS-R, 188, Suspension. 66. (7), Mike Davies, Deland, Fla., Bill Dollahite, Austin, Texas, Doc Bundy, Gainesville, Ga., Paul Dallenbach, Basalt, Colo., CA, Ferrari 333 SP, 168, Mechanical. 67. (37), Mark Montgomery, Gainesville, Fla., Martin Shuster, Daytona Beach, Fla., Spencer Trenery, Martinez, Calif., Dick Greer, Columbus, Ohio, Bruce Trenery, Martinez, Calif., GTT, Chevrolet Camaro, 167, Engine. 68. (40), Gabrio Rosa, Italy, Fabio Rosa, Italy, Stefano Zonca, Italy, Roberto Mangifesta, Monaco, GT2, Porsche 911 GT2, 128, Accident. 69. (13), SBF Racing, Edouard Sezionale, Largo, Fla., Sylvain Boulay, France, Patrice Roussel, France, CA, Norma M14 Buick, 128, n.a..

70. (34), Rob Wilson, New Zealand, Martyn Konig, England, Jake Ulrich, United Kingdom, Mike Pickup, United Kingdom, GT2, Porsche 911 GT2, 89, Engine. 71. (4), Konrad Motorsports, Franz Konrad, Austria, Vincenzo Sospiri, Italy, Jan Lammers, Holland, CA, Lola Lotus, 43, n.a.. 72. (67), Petersen Motorsports, Tom Miller, Portland, Ore., Michael Petersen, Las Vegas, Nev., John Ruther, Cary, Ill., Angelo Cilli, Steamboat Springs, Colo., GT3, Porsche 993, 22, Crash. 73. (23), Hans-Jorg Hofer, Austria, Gunther Blieninger, Germany, Fabio Mancini, Italy, Luca Riccitelli, Italy, GT3, Porsche 993 RSR, 14, Crash. 74. (41), Reiser/Callas Rensport, John Mowlem, England, David Murry, Lilburn, Ga., Joel Reiser, Mendon, N.Y., Grady Willingham, Birmingham, Ala., GT3, Porsche 911, 11, n.a.. 75. (20), Mauro Casadei, Italy, Andrea Garbagnati, Monaco, Stefano Bucci, Italy, Francesco Ciani, Italy, GT2, Porsche 993 GT2, 9, Electrical. 76. (32), Bob Wollek, France, Gerard Larousse, France, Thierry Perrier, France, Jean-Louis Ricci, Jean-Paul Richard, France, GT3, Porsche 911, 7, n.a.. 77. (78), Jim Nelson, Pasadena, Calif., John Drew, Chestnut Hill, Mass., Beran Peter, Natick, Mass., Jim Machaelian, Seal Beach, Calif., Mark Greenberg, Boston, Mass., GT3, Porsche 911 RSR, 3, Mechanical. 78. (74), Saeta Airlines Racing, Jean Pierre Michelet, Ecuador, Alfonso Darquea, Ecuador, Walter Jimenez, Ecuador, Henry Taleb, Ecaudor, Marcelo Darquea, Ecuador, GT3, Nissan 240SX, 0, n.a..

Can-Am Race Statistics
Time of race: 24 hours, 51.320 seconds.
Average speed: 104.957 mph
Margin of victory: Greater than one lap.

GT2 Race Statistics
Time of race: 24 hours, 1 minute, 41.686 seconds
Average speed: 93.932 mph
Margin of victory: Eight laps

GT3 Race Statistics
Time of race: 24 hours, 2 minutes, 44.277 seconds
Average speed: 94.605 mph
Margin of victory: Seven laps

GTT Race Statistics
Time of race: 24 hours, 3 minutes, 30.680 seconds
Average speed: 81.384 mph
Margin of victory: 89 laps

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