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2003 Rolex Sports Car Series

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2003 Rolex Sports Car Series
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The 2003 Rolex Sports Car Series season was the fourth season of the Rolex Sports Car Series run by the Grand American Road Racing Association. The season involved four classes, Daytona Prototypes (DP), Sports Racing Prototype II (SRPII), Grand Touring Sport (GTS), and Grand Touring (GT). 12 races were run from February 1, 2003 to November 2, 2003. Barber Motorsports Park was added.

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Contents

Schedule

Rnd Race Length/Duration Circuit Date
1 Rolex 24 at Daytona 24 Hours Daytona International Speedway February 1
February 2
2 Nextel Grand Prix of Miami 250 Miles Homestead-Miami Speedway March 1
3 AJ's Fine Foods 250 250 Miles Phoenix International Raceway May 3
4 Barber 250 250 Miles Barber Motorsports Park May 18
5 Grand American 400 400 km California Speedway June 8
6 Sahlen's Six Hours of the Glen 6 Hours Watkins Glen International June 22
7 Mid-Ohio Road Racing Classic 400 km Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course June 28
8 Paul Revere 250 250 Miles Daytona International Speedway July 3
9 Bully Hill Vineyards 250 250 Miles Watkins Glen International August 8
10 6 Hours of Mont-Tremblant 6 Hours Circuit Mont-Tremblant September 21
11 VIR 400 400 km Virginia International Raceway October 5
12 Grand American Champions Weekend 3 Hours Daytona International Speedway November 2

Results

Overall winners in bold.

Rnd Circuit DP Winning Teams SRPII Winning Teams GTS Winning Teams GT Winning Teams
DP Winning Drivers SRPII Winning Drivers GTS Winning Drivers GT Winning Drivers
1 Daytona United States #88 Multimatic Motorsports United States #5 Team Seattle/Essex Racing France #24 Perspective Racing United States #66 The Racers Group
Canada Scott Maxwell
Australia David Brabham
Canada David Empringham
United States Ross Bentley
United States Don Kitch
United States Joe Pruskowski
United States Justin Pruskowski
France Jérôme Policand
Portugal João Barbosa
Belgium Michel Neugarten
United Kingdom Andy Wallace
United States Kevin Buckler
United States Michael Schrom
Germany Jörg Bergmeister
Germany Timo Bernhard
2 Homestead United States #59 Brumos Racing United States #80 G&W Motorsports United States #18 Murray's Speed & Custom United States #33 Scuderia Ferrari of Washington
United States J. C. France
United States Hurley Haywood
United States Steve Marshall
United States Danny Marshall
United States Jon Leavy
United States Ken Bupp
United States Cort Wagner
United States Brent Martini
3 Phoenix United States #59 Brumos Racing United States #80 G&W Motorsports1 United States #48 Heritage Motorsports United States #33 Scuderia Ferrari of Washington
United States J. C. France
United States Hurley Haywood
United States Steve Marshall
United States Danny Marshall
United States Shawn Bayliff
United States Tommy Riggins
United States David Machavern
United States Cort Wagner
United States Brent Martini
4 Barber United States #54 Bell Motorsports No Entries United States #31 Mosler Automotive United States #69 Marcus Motorsports
United States Forest Barber
United States Terry Borcheller
Portugal João Barbosa
United Kingdom Justin Bell
United States Brian Cunningham
United States Hugh Plumb
5 California United States #58 Brumos Racing United States #48 Heritage Motorsports United States #33 Scuderia Ferrari of Washington
United States David Donohue
United States Mike Borkowski
United States Tommy Riggins
United States David Machavern
United States Cort Wagner
United States Brent Martini
6 Watkins Glen United States #58 Brumos Racing United States #80 G&W Motorsports United States #48 Heritage Motorsports United States #83 Rennwerks Motorsports
United States David Donohue
United States Mike Borkowski
Canada Scott Goodyear
United States Steve Marshall
United States Robert Prilika
United States Shawn Bayliff
United States Tommy Riggins
United States David Machavern
United States Scott Lagasse
United States Seth Neiman
United States Johannes Van Overbeek
United States Lonnie Pechnik
7 Mid-Ohio United States #54 Bell Motorsports United States #80 G&W Motorsports1 United States #48 Heritage Motorsports United States #98 Schumacher Racing
United States Forest Barber
United States Terry Borcheller
United States Steve Marshall
United States Danny Marshall
United States Shawn Bayliff
United States Tommy Riggins
United States David Machavern
United States Larry Schumacher
United States B. J. Zacharias
8 Daytona United States #54 Bell Motorsports United States #80 G&W Motorsports1 United States #48 Heritage Motorsports United States #33 Scuderia Ferrari of Washington
United States Forest Barber
United States Terry Borcheller
United States Steve Marshall
United States Robert Prilika
United States Shawn Bayliff
United States Tommy Riggins
United States David Machavern
United States Cort Wagner
United States Brent Martini
9 Watkins Glen United States #54 Bell Motorsports No Entries United States #05 Team Re/Max Racing United States #33 Scuderia Ferrari of Washington
United States Forest Barber
United States Terry Borcheller
United States Rick Carelli
United States John Metcalf
United States Cort Wagner
United States Brent Martini
10 Mont-Tremblant United States #58 Brumos Racing United States #48 Heritage Motorsports United States #33 Scuderia Ferrari of Washington
United States David Donohue
United States Mike Borkowski
Germany Sascha Maassen
United States Tommy Riggins
Portugal João Barbosa
United States David Machavern
United States Cort Wagner
United States Brent Martini
11 Virginia United States #54 Bell Motorsports United States #12 G&W Motorsports United States #06 ICY/SL Motorsports United States #33 Scuderia Ferrari of Washington
United States Andy Pilgrim
United States Terry Borcheller
United States Davy Jones
United States Robert Prilika
United States Danny Marshall
United States Paul Alderman
United States Dave Rosenblum
United States Steve Lisa
United States Cort Wagner
United States Brent Martini
12 Daytona United States #54 Bell Motorsports United States #80 G&W Motorsports1 United States #40 Derhaag Motorsports United States #33 Scuderia Ferrari of Washington
United States Forest Barber
United States Terry Borcheller
United States Davy Jones
United States Robert Prilika
United States Joe Masessa
United States Simon Gregg
United Kingdom Justin Bell
United States Cort Wagner
United States Brent Martini

1 - Did not finished the race.

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