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2000 Grand American Road Racing Championship

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2000 Grand American Road Racing Championship
Previous: 1999 Next: 2001

The 2000 Grand American Road Racing Championship was the inaugural season of the Rolex Sports Car Series run by the Grand American Road Racing Association. The season involved five classes: Sports Racing Prototypes I and II (SR-I and SR-II) and three Grand Touring classes referred to at GTO, GTU, and AGT. 9 races were run from February 5, 2000 to August 17, 2000.

The Grand American Road Racing Championship officially replaced the brief United States Road Racing Championship which had folded during their 1999 season. The Grand American series used similar rules, although the class names were all changed.

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Contents

Schedule

Rnd Race Length/Duration Circuit Date
1 Rolex 24 at Daytona 24 Hours Daytona International Speedway February 5
February 6
2 Phoenix Sun Automotive 200 200 Miles Phoenix International Raceway April 22
3 Nextel 250 250 Miles Homestead-Miami Speedway April 30
4 Dodge Dealers Grand Prix 150 Miles Lime Rock Park May 29
5 U.S. Road Racing Classic 250 Miles Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course June 4
6 Paul Revere 250 250 Miles Daytona International Speedway June 29
7 Sargento Road America 500 500 Miles Road America July 9
8 Le Grand Prix de Trois-Rivières 225 km Circuit Trois-Rivières July 30
9 Bosch Sports Car Summerfest 6 Hours Watkins Glen International August 17

† - Two separate individual races were held for the GT classes and SR classes for an equal distance.

Results

Overall winners in bold.

Rnd Circuit SR Winning Teams SRII Winning Teams GTO Winning Teams GTU Winning Teams AGT Winning Teams
SR Winning Drivers SRII Winning Drivers GTO Winning Drivers GTU Winning Drivers AGT Winning Drivers
1 Daytona United States #20 Dyson Racing Team No entries France #91 Viper Team Oreca Switzerland #56 Haberthur Racing United States #84 Comer Racing Inc.
United Kingdom James Weaver
United States Rob Dyson
Italy Max Papis
United States Elliot Forbes-Robinson
Monaco Olivier Beretta
Austria Karl Wendlinger
France Dominique Dupuy
Italy Luca Drudi
Italy Fabio Babini
Italy Fabio Rosa
Italy Gabrio Rosa
United States John Finger
Canada Doug Mills
United States Richard Maugeri
United States Andy McNeil
United States Ron Zitta
2 Phoenix United States #74 Robinson Racing United States #22 Archangel Motorsports Services United States #5 Saleen-Allen Speedlab United States #50 Genesis Racing United States #09 The Spirit of Daytona
United States Jack Baldwin
United States Irv Hoerr
United States Larry Oberto
United States Ryan Hampton
United States Ron Johnson
United States Terry Borcheller
United States Rick Fairbanks
United States Bill Auberlen
United States Craig Conway
United States Doug Goad
3 Homestead United States #27 Doran Lista Racing United States #22 Archangel Motorsports Services United States #5 Saleen-Allen Speedlab United States #81 G&W Motorsports United States #118 Leavy Racing Enterprises, Inc.
Italy Mauro Baldi
Belgium Didier Theys
United States Larry Oberto
United States Ryan Hampton
United States Ron Johnson
United States Terry Borcheller
United States Mike Fitzgerald
United States Darren Law
United States Jon Leavy
United States Michael Cohen
4 Lime Rock United States #16 Dyson Racing Team United States #22 Archangel Motorsports Services United States #5 Saleen-Allen Speedlab United States 50# Genesis Racing United States #09 The Spirit of Daytona
United Kingdom James Weaver
United States Butch Leitzinger
United States Larry Oberto
United States Ryan Hampton
United States Ron Johnson
United States Terry Borcheller
United States Rick Fairbanks
United States Bill Auberlen
United States Craig Conway
United States Doug Goad
5 Mid-Ohio United States #74 Robinson Racing United States #22 Archangel Motorsports Services Canada #0 Doncaster Racing United States #81 G&W Motorsports United States #09 The Spirit of Daytona
United States Jack Baldwin
United States George Robinson
United States Larry Oberto
United States Ryan Hampton
Canada David Lacey
Canada Greg Wilkins
United States Mike Fitzgerald
United States Darren Law
United States Craig Conway
United States Doug Goad
6 Daytona United States #16 Dyson Racing Team United States #22 Archangel Motorsports Services United States #46 Team Viper West United States #81 G&W Motorsports United States #09 The Spirit of Daytona
United Kingdom James Weaver
United Kingdom Andy Wallace
United States Larry Oberto
United States Ryan Hampton
United States Erik Messley
United States Marty Miller
United States Mike Fitzgerald
United States Darren Law
United States Craig Conway
United States Doug Goad
7 Road America United States #27 Doran Lista Racing United States #99 Snow/Schumacher Racing United States #5 Saleen-Allen Speedlab United States #81 G&W Motorsports United States #91 RVO Motorsports
Italy Mauro Baldi
Switzerland Fredy Lienhard, Sr
Belgium Didier Theys
United States Martin Snow
United States Larry Schumacher
United States Ron Johnson
United States Terry Borcheller
United States Mike Fitzgerald
United States Darren Law
United States Irv Hoerr
United States Roger Schramm
United States Werner Frank
8 Trois-Rivières United States #16 Dyson Racing Team United States #22 Archangel Motorsports Services United States #5 Saleen-Allen Speedlab United States 50# Genesis Racing United States #09 The Spirit of Daytona
United Kingdom James Weaver
United States Butch Leitzinger
United States Larry Oberto
United States Ryan Hampton
United States Ron Johnson
United States Terry Borcheller
United States Rick Fairbanks
United States Andy Pilgrim
United States Craig Conway
United States Doug Goad
9 Watkins Glen United States #16 Dyson Racing Team United States #62 Team Spencer Motorsports United States #5 Saleen-Allen Speedlab United States #81 G&W Motorsports United States #09 The Spirit of Daytona
United Kingdom James Weaver
United States Butch Leitzinger
United Kingdom Andy Wallace
United States Dennis Spencer
United States Rich Grupp
United States Ralph Thomas
United States Ron Johnson
United States Terry Borcheller
United States Mike Fitzgerald
United States Darren Law
United States Craig Conway
United States Doug Goad
United States Troy Flis

† - Two separate individual races were held for the GT classes and SR classes for an equal distance.

References

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