Articles tagged Ryan Dalziel

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Sebring 12 Hours

Florida, USA At the first time of asking, Chip Ganassi has added victory in the Sebring 12 Hours to his triumphs as an entrant in the other blue-riband American motor races — the Indy 500, Daytona 500, Daytona 24 Hours and Brickyard 400. His team came out on top at the end of a thrilling second round of the United SportsCar Championship, in which no fewer than nine cars finished on the lead lap...

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Audi role for McNish

Champion Scot to continue racing involvement | By Gary Watkins Allan McNish looks set to take a front-line sporting position with Audi Sport in the wake of his retirement from the cockpit. McNish, who won the 2013 World Endurance Championship with Tom Kristensen and Loïc Duval, announced that he was hanging up his helmet at the end of December, but both Audi Sport boss Wolfgang Ullrich and the...

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Le Mans 24 Hours

The image of a Toyota prototype flipping through the air and slamming hard into a tyre barrier will be the lasting image of the 80th Le Mans 24 hours. That Anthony Davidson escaped with ‘only’ two cracked vertebrae was remarkable given the accident’s violence. once again the focus will fall on amateur drivers and their ability to race on the grande dame of all tracks. In an accident reminiscent...

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Audi dominates as world series returns

Audi drivers Allan McNish, Tom Kristensen and Rinaldo Capello claimed a third Sebring 12 Hours together on the return of long-distance world championship sports car racing. The Audi trio followed up on their 2006 and 2009 victories, notched up in the R10 and R15 respectively, to win the opening round of the FIA World Endurance Championship aboard an updated 2011-spec R18 TDI LMP1 car. They became...

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Seconds apart in Daytona 24 finish

The Daytona 24 Hours has produced another thrilling finish. The Brumos-run Action Express Riley-Porsche driven by Ryan Dalziel, Mike Rockenfeller, João Barbosa and Terry Borcheller triumphed by just 52 seconds from the second-placed Ganassi Riley-BMW. The balance of the race swung in the penultimate hour when Justin Wilson brought the Ganassi car in for an unscheduled pitstop after hearing a “...

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In brief

* Former Grand Prix racer Takuma Sato will move into the IRL IndyCar Series in 2010. The Japanese has signed to drive a Dallara-Honda for the KV Racing squad after a successful test at Sebring in February. * Sports car legend Emanuele Pirro will return to the Le Mans 24 Hours, a race he won five times with Audi, at the wheel of the British Drayson Racing’s Lola-Judd coupé. The veteran Italian has...

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Stars celebrate the 'Big 50'

I though I'd seen it all before. In hindsight I should have known better. This was something special: my first visit to Daytona, and on the 50th anniversary of international sports car racing around this sensational Speedway. Just to get the juices flowing, and to remind us of the heritage, a parade of previous winning cars preceded the big race on Saturday morning. Out into the Florida sunshine...

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There must be easier ways to win a watch...

A gold Rolex: that’s the prize these British aces crave when they abandon the winter chill and head to Florida for the Daytona 24 Hours. But what else makes this enduro such an irresistible draw? The Brits are back in town. They’re over here, overjoyed, and ready to run one of the truly great races. They like the weather here too, down on the beach at Daytona. But it’s not the prospect of rays...

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The return they've all been waiting for

Jaguar flags will be flying at Le Mans with good reason this summer, as Paul Gentilozzi takes the marque back to La Sarthe with the XKR GT2 racerBy Gary Watkins Bentley and MG have come and gone; Aston Martin returned and hung around. They all have their supporters among the 50,000 Brits who make the annual pilgrimage to the Le Mans 24 Hours, yet there’s another historic marque with just as much...

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