Rolex Sports Car Series
The Rolex Sports Car Series was the premier series run by the Grand American Road Racing Association. It was a North American-based sports car series founded in 2000 under the name Grand American Road Racing Championship to replace the failed United States Road Racing Championship. Rolex took over as series sponsor in 2002.
As of 2014, there are currently 13 teams competing in this tier of British Speedway, contesting 6 competitions for silverware. These competitions are Premier League, Premier League Cup, Premier League Knockout Cup, Premier League Pairs, Premier League Fours and the Premier League Riders' Championship.
It ran a mixture of classes of sports prototypes and Grand Touring-style cars. In 2003, the series debuted their custom prototype chassis, known as Daytona Prototypes, named after their premiere event, the Rolex 24 at Daytona.
The series staged the North American Endurance Championship, featuring three of its premier races at Daytona, Watkins Glen, and Indianapolis.
On September 5, 2012, Grand-Am announced that it would be merging the Rolex Sports Car Series with the American Le Mans Series to form a unified road racing championship to be known as United SportsCar Racing, later retitled as the TUDOR United Sports Car Championship. The final Rolex Sports Car Series race was held on September 28, 2013 at Lime Rock Park.
2003 Speed World Challenge Driver 2004 Speed World Challenge Driver 2006 Grand-Am Cup ST Driver 2006 Grand-Am Cup Team 2006 Grand-Am Cup GS Driver 2007 Grand-Am Cup ST Driver 2011 Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge Driver 2011 Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge Team 2014 Tudor United SportsCar GT-Daytona Driver 2014 Tudor United SportsCar GT-Daytona Team