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Rolex 24 Six Hour Update: Ganassi in Control

Here are your standings in all four classes at the one-quarter mark of the Rolex 24 at Daytona.

Prototype:

1. No. 01- Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates, Ford EcoBoost Riley DPG3, Scott Pruett/Joey Hand/Charlie Kimball/Sage Karam

2. No. 02- Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates, Ford EcoBoost Riley DPG3, Tony Kanaan/Scott Dixon/Jamie McMurray/Kyle Larson

3. No. 60- Michael Shank Racing, Ligier JS P2-HPD, AJ Allmendinger/Oswaldo Negri, Jr./John Pew/Matt McMurry

4. No. 5- Action Express Racing, Chevrolet Corvette DP Evo, Sebastien Bourdais/Christian Fittipaldi/Joao Barbosa

5. No. 10- Wayne Taylor Racing, Chevrolet Corvette DP Evo, Max Angelelli/Jordan Taylor/Ricky Taylor

Prototype Challenge:

1. No. 54- core Autosport, ORECA FLM09-Chevrolet, Mark Wilkins/Colin Braun/Jon Bennett/James Gue

2. No. 8- Starworks Motorsport, ORECA FLM09-Chevrolet, Mike Hedlund/Filipe Albuquerque/Alex Popow/Mirco Schultis/Renger van der Zande

3. No. 85- JDC/Miller MotorSports, ORECA FLM09-Chevrolet, Rusty Mitchell/Mikhail Goikhberg/Chris Miller/Stephen Simpson, 1 lap behind

4. No. 52- PR1/Mathiasen Motorsports, ORECA FLM09-Chevrolet, Andrew Novich/Tom Kimber-Smith/Mike Guasch/Andrew Palmer, 5 laps behind

5. No. 16- BAR1 Motorsport, ORECA FLM09-Chevrolet, Brian Alder/Johnny Mowlem/Tom Papadopoulos/Tomy Drissi, 10 laps behind

GT-Le Mans

1. No. 3- Corvette Racing, Chevrolet Corvette C7.R, Jan Magnussen/Ryan Briscoe/Antonio Garcia

2. No. 4- Corvette Racing, Chevrolet Corvette C7.R, Oliver Gavin/Tommy Milner/Simon Pagenaud

3. No. 62- Risi Competizione, Ferrari F458 Italia, Olivier Beretta/Giancarlo Fisichella/Davide Rigon/Pierre Kaffer

4. No. 17- Team Falken Tire, Porsche 911 RSR, Bryan Sellers/Wolf Henzler/Patrick Long

5. No. 911- Porsche North America, Porsche 911 RSR, Nick Tandy/Patrick Pilet/Marc Lieb

GT-Daytona:

1. No. 93- Riley Motorsports, SRT Viper GT3-R, Kuno Wittmer/Ben Keating/Dominik Farnbacher/Al Carter/Cameron Lawrence

2. No. 63- Scuderia Corsa, Ferrari 458 Italia, Jeff Segal/Townsend Bell/Bil Sweedler/Anthony Lazzaro

3. No. 48- Paul Miller Racing, Audi R8 LMS, Bryce Miller/Christopher Haase/Dion von Moltke/René Rast

4. No. 33- Riley Motorsports, SRT Viper GT3-R, Al Carter/Ben Keating/Jeroen Bleekemolen/Sebastiaan Bleekemolen/Marc Goossens

5. No. 81- GB Autosport, Porsche 911 GT America, Rory Butcher/Mike Skeen/Kuba Giermaziak/Michael Avenatti/Damien Faulkner

Cars Officially Out of the Race:

No. 0- DeltaWing Racing Cars (Transmission)

No. 2- Extreme Speed Motorsports (Engine)

 

 

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