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Racing 2004

Rolex Sports Car at a glance

By Times Staff
Published February 13, 2004

ROLEX SPORTS CAR SERIES

WHAT: A racing series that includes four divisions.

PREMIERE EVENT: 24 Hours at Daytona held Jan. 31-Feb. 1. The overall winning team was a Pontiac-Doran Daytona Prototype with Andy Pilgrim, Terry Borcheller, Forest Barber and Christian Fittipaldi driving.

REMAINING SCHEDULE: Feb. 28 - Grand Prix of Miami, Homestead-Miami Speedway; April 10 - Phoenix 250, Phoenix International Raceway; May 23 - Le Circuit Mont-Tremblant, Quebec; June 20 - Six Hours of The Glen, Watkins Glen (N.Y.) International; July 1 - at Daytona International Speedway; Aug. 8 - at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, Lexington, Ohio; Aug. 13 - at Watkins Glen International; Sept. 12 - at Homtestead-Miami Speedway; Oct. 3 - VIR 400 at Virginia International Raceway, Alton; Oct. 10 - at Barber Motorsports Park, Birmingham, Ala.; Oct. 31 - at California Speedway.

WEB SITE: www.grand-am.com

[Last modified February 11, 2004, 13:00:10]


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