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24 Hours of Daytona

Jan. 30-31, at Daytona Beach, Fla.

Officially the Rolex 24 at Daytona and first held in 1962 (as a 3-hour race). An IMSA Camel GT race for exotic prototype sports cars and contested over a 3.56-mile road course at Daytona International Speedway. Listed are qualifying position, drivers, chassis, class and laps completed.

  • 1 (5) Elliott Forbes-Robinson, Butch Leitzinger, Andy Wallace; RILEY & SCOTT-FORD; 708 laps (2,520.48 miles) at 104.957 mph; 2 laps, 115.6 seconds margin of victory.
  • 2 (3) Max Angelelli, Didier de Radigues, Allan McNish and Wayne Taylor; FERRARI 333; SP; 706 laps.
  • 3 (4) Stefan Johansson, Jim Matthews, Max Papis and Jimmy Vasser; FERRARI 333; SP; 694 laps.
  • 4 (12) Lilian Bryner, Enzo Calderari, Carl Rosenglad and Angelo Zadra; FERRARI 333: SP; 679 laps.
  • 5 (9) Henry Camferdam, Duncan Dayton, Eliseo Salazar and Scott Schubot; RILEY & SCOTT-FORD; 679 laps.
  • Fastest lap: Allan McNish (lap #39), FERRARI 333 SP; Can-Am.; 124.724 mph. Top qualifier: James Weaver (127.05 mph), 1:40.869.
  • Weather: Sunny then rainy. Attendance: 40,000 (est.).

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