2014 Petit Le Mans Recap
The 2014 Petit Le Mans powered by Mazda was a fitting finish to the thrilling TUDOR United SportsCar Championship season, with close battles in all classes culminating in a sprint to the checkered flag.
In the prototype class, Wayne Taylor Racing and the Taylor brothers became the first Americans to win Petit Le Mans overall in its 17-year history. Brothers Jordan and Ricky Taylor, along with co-driver Max Angelelli, stood on the top step of the podium after 10 hours of racing at Road Atlanta, a place their father, Wayne Taylor, stood after winning the very first Petit Le Mans in 1998.
Beaubier Doubles In Road Atlanta Superbike
Monster Energy/Graves Yamaha's Cameron Beaubier had a perfect day in imperfect conditions at Road Atlanta, the Californian having it all his way in the Honda Superbike Challenge of Road Atlanta on a day when his main rivals in the championship faltered.
Beaubier topped his teammate Josh Hayes by 4.699 seconds in the first of two wet races on a day of horrible weather in Georgia. Then he and the rest of the racers had to endure a lengthy wait as the MotoAmerica and Road Atlanta crews were forced to wait out a storm before getting the flooded track race-ready again for what turned out to be a race time of close to 5 p.m.
VP Racing Fuels And Road Atlanta Announce Multi-Year Partnership
BRASELTON, GA (March 30, 2015) - VP Racing Fuels, Inc. and Road Atlanta have announced a multi-year partnership that will see a strong VP presence as the new Official Fuel of the historic road racing circuit in Braselton, Georgia.