Jaguar RSR Announces Two Car 2011 Effort with a Star Driver Lineup

Jaguar RSR have a surprising driver lineup for the 2011 season

It is with great pleasure and excitement that JaguarRSR announces its plans to run two full-season JaguarRSR XKR GTs in the 2011 American Le Mans Series presented by Tequila Patrόn with what is turning out to be a star-studded driver lineup. One of the entries will see open-wheel stars Bruno Junqueira and Cristiano Da Matta kick off their GT racing careers on the JaguarRSR full season roster and P.J. Jones has been signed to pilot the second entry and awaits confirmation of his teammate.

The 2011 Sebring 12 Hours Poster Revealed

The official poster for the 59th annual Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring presented by Fresh from Florida has been unveiled. This year’s poster features a scene by motorsports artist Roger Warrick showing the final turn of Sebring’s legendary 3.7-mile circuit. The artwork reflects the diverse field of Le Mans Prototypes and GT cars entered in this year’s classic.

Oreca to Race with Peugeot 908 in 2011

The champion team of the Le Mans Series will again run with the Peugeot 908 HDi FAP

The team of Hugues de Chaunac begins 2011 with the same car, the 908 HDi FAP, which will be drven by Nicolas Lapierre and Loic Duval in the Intercontinental Le Mans Cup. Team Oreca begin season with the 12 Hours of Sebring, the scene of the first round of the ILMC, organized by the Automobile Club de l'Ouest of seven races. The team will make its return to Florida for the first time since 2000 when they won the GTS class victory with Viper.

Audi Successfully Concludes R18 Test

Audi tested the R18 and R15 at Sebring

Ingolstadt, January 31 - Four and a half months before the Le Mans 24 Hours, preparations for the endurance classic are in full swing at Audi. Two new Audi R18 cars and one Audi R15 TDI were used in tests at Sebring (U.S. state of Florida).

ALMS: Winter Test Entry List - UPDATED

ALMS: Winter Test Entry List

Rolex 24: Ganassi Wins Out in the End of an Eventful 24 Hours

After a tough first hour, Ganassi took the initiative and the 49th Rolex 24 at Daytona

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates' magical run continued on Sunday with their fourth overall victory in the 49th Rolex 24 At Daytona at Daytona International Speedway.

In the final minutes of America's premier sports car race, a late caution suddenly turned the Rolex 24 At Daytona into a sprint race.

The Rolex 24 Winners Talk About Racing the 24th Hour

"If you look at it now you will see an immaculate race car even after racing for 24 hours, that’s what it takes to win."

With 23 hours logged at the 2011 Rolex 24 At Daytona it would be natural to assume the drivers would be looking to preserve their equipment in order to make it to the finish, but here at Daytona International Speedway it is the exact opposite. With four DP cars in the hunt for victory, and only one hour left to race, anything can happen as the contenders fight through traffic in pursuit of the lead, occasionally swapping paint while doing so. The fight intensifies as time runs out and it becomes do-or-die for the front runners.

Grand Am: Points After Round 1

Grand Am: Points After Round 1

Grand Am - Rolex 24: Final Results

Grand Am - Rolex 24: Final Results

Racing into the Sun

Dawn brought the fog and extended yellow periods

Taking place on the last Saturday in January means that more than half of The Rolex 24 At Daytona is run in darkness – 13 hours of racing action takes place between Saturday’s sunset and Sunday’s sunrise. And with the flawless weather that blessed this edition of the legendary endurance race, the drivers were looking forward to sunset and relief from the glare, especially going into turn one and the kink.