TUDOR United SportsCar Championship
Jul 24

TUDOR Championship: Dalziel leads ESM sweep of front row at Indy

(Photo courtesy John Dagys)

The No. 01 Tequila Patron Extreme Speed Motorsports prototype, driven by Ryan Dalziel and Scott Sharp, will start on pole for Friday’s Brickyard Grand Prix. (Photo courtesy John Dagys)

Extreme Speed Motorsports has swept the front row at , with Ryan Dalziel flying to pole for Friday’s Brickyard Grand Prix.

The Scot reeled off a best lap of 1:17.603 early in the 15-minute Prototype qualifying session, edging out teammate Johannes van Overbeek in the No. 2 HPD ARX-03b by 0.276 seconds.

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Jul 24

TUDOR Championship: Karam to sub for Rojas at Indy

27-29 June,  2014, Watkins Glen, New York, USA 01, Ford, Riley DP, P, Scott Pruett, Memo Rojas, Sage Karam ©2014, Richard Dole LAT Photo USA

The Six Hours of the Glen, held on June 29, 2014, marked the second time this season had competed in the No. 01 Ford Riley DP. (Photo: Richard Dole/LAT Photographic)

Sage Karam will make an unexpected fill-in appearance at with Felix Sabates for this weekend’s Brickyard Grand Prix, as he’ll sub for the injured in the team’s No. 01 Ford EcoBoost Riley.

The team said Rojas was ruled out of action due to a nagging back issue.

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Jul 8

NGT Motorsport withdraws from TUDOR Championship

(Photo: John Dagys)

Business and family obligations for MOMO partner/driver Henrique Cisneros has led to the decision to park the No. 33 car. (Photo: John Dagys)

NGT Motorsport announced Tuesday that it has withdrawn from the with immediate effect.

The Florida-based team, which has fielded the MOMO-sponsored No. 30 Porsche 911 GT America in the first five rounds of the championship, will not take part in the remainder of the season except for the Circuit of The Americas race in September.

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Jun 28

TUDOR Championship: Brundle Takes OAK Morgan-Nissan to Pole at The Glen

(Photo courtesy John Dagys)

The No. 42 OAK Racing Morgan-Nissan, driven by Alex Brundle, Gustavo Yacaman and Ho-Pin Tung, will start on pole position for Sunday’s Six Hours of the Glen. (Photo courtesy John Dagys)

OAK Racing broke through to score its first pole, following a blistering lap set by Alex Brundle in qualifying for Sunday’s Sahlen’s Six Hours of The Glen.

The 23-year-old second-generation driver reeled off an impressive 1:37.902 time in his Morgan-Nissan, outpacing the competition by seven-tenths. He was the only driver to break the 1:37 barrier.
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