The Doran Racing Nissan 370Z #14 of Brad Jaeger and B.J. Zacharias led half of Saturday's Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge race at VIRginia International Raceway, but the team didn't get the results they wanted when the two-and-a-half-hour race was decided by fuel mileage. There were no full-course cautions for 30 laps when the team needed one to save fuel, and although it had the two fastest cars in the 66-lap race, it ended up just two minutes/two laps short of a victory.
The two Doran Racing Nissan 370Zs will be at the head of the field for the start of the Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge race at VIRginia International Raceway tomorrow afternoon, as the Lebanon, Ohio-based team nailed down the top two spots in qualifying Friday night.
A specially wrapped and equipped new 2016 Nissan Maxima will serve as the official Safety Car at Virginia International Raceway, located near Danville, Virginia, during the Oak Tree Grand Prix this weekend, Aug. 21-23.
Energized by the best finishes so far this year in the Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge series for both of its Nissan 370Zs two weeks ago when they placed second and fourth, Doran Racing is looking for an outright victory in Saturday's 2.5-hour race at VIRginia International Raceway.
With the final day of the 2015 Nissan PlayStation® GT Academy International Race Camp upon us, tensions were understandably high. Only 10 contestants from an original 30 remained in the competitions, two from each of the countries.
After a grueling weekend where the field of International Race Camp finalists was slashed from 30 to 15, the newly streamlined group of competitors were wondering what was in store for them next as they prepared to set off for their latest challenge at a mystery location.
Round 4 of the Japanese SUPER GT race series was held under blistering heat at Fuji Speedway (1 lap - 4.563km) in Shizuoka Prefecture, as the #24 "D'station ADVAN GT-R" (Daiki Sasaki / Michael Krumm) grabbed victory in the GT500 class.