Another Rolex24 win for Chip Ganassi Racing
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Another Rolex24 win for Chip Ganassi Racing
A late race caution, when the Prototype Challenge leader crashed at "The Bus Stop", resulted in a 7-minute sprint to the checkered flag. Scott Dixon in the No. 2 Ganassi Riley was able to hold off defending race winner Sebastien Bourdais, in the Action Express Corvette DP by 2.267-seconds at the checkered flag. While the Wayne Taylor entry finished third after a late race pit-stop to serve a penalty.

As a result of the victory by the No. 02 Ganassi entry Jamie McMurray joined A.J. Foyt and Mario Andretti as the only drivers to win both the Daytona 500 and Rolex 24.

The next stop for the Tudor United SportsCar Championship will be at Sebring International Raceway on Saturday, March 21.

Note: The Wayne Taylor Racing entry was moved to last in class for exceeding maximum drive-time. This moved all other class finishers up one position. Third in the Prototype class after the penalty was the No. 90 Corvette DP.
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