The cars are out at Daytona today. Nice.
Ozz Negri set the pole lap for the 53rd Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona in his Michael Shank Racing Ligier-Honda. This is that lap from inside the car. It is bonkers.
A twin turbo Honda V6 like the one in your Accord just got pole at the Daytona 24.
NASCAR has recently announced its new rule package for 2015, which - among many - includes rain tires and all sorts of accessories to be deployed in case of wet conditions at road courses. Sounds great on the surface, but the ultimate question is: why?
Matteo Malucelli drives a Ferrari 458 for Risi Competizione in the TUDOR United SportsCar Championship. In the Daytona 24, he was in a crazy crash and we feared the worst. But he was ok, and now he's here to answer your questions before the 12 Hours of Sebring.
Watching the Daytona 24 as a spectator is one view, but imagine what it's like as a driver. Now, thanks to Tommy Milner, you don't have to.
Fireworks. Ferris wheels. GT cars battling it out with prototypes. Our friend Halston Pitman snagged a ton of great photos from this year's Daytona 24 and posted them on his Kinja. Here's one of my favorites. Click through for the rest.
Meet the Oreca 03/Nissan prototype that will compete at the Rolex 24 at Daytona, the 12 Hours of Sebring and Petit Le Mans, but it's now in the top class of sports car racing in America. She's a beauty.
Next year marks the end of the long war in American sports car racing, with- ALMS and Grand-Am finally coming together to give fans one series. It also means that the Grand-Am Daytona Prototypes and ALMS P2 cars needed to be equalized. Here's what that equalization looks like.
The 2013 sports car racing season got its start on the banking, looping through Daytona and its mist for 24 hours. Here is your ridiculously stunning über gallery.
(Dr. Jim Norman, driver of the Napleton Racing #16 Porsche Cayman team that just won the GX class of the 2013 Rolex 24, has the funniest Rolex story you'll ever hear! In his own words — OHL)
A BMW-powered car won the Daytona 24 this weekend and BMW had little to nothing to do with it. Why?
After their first win in 2011, Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates won the Rolex 24 Hours at Daytona with its #1 TELMEX/Target BMW Riley prototype, powered by a Dinan Engineering tuned BMW engine.
The Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona is now officially underway, and that means you have a full day to ogle everything from mid-engine Corvettes to insane diesel Mazda sedans as they blitz around the Daytona International Speedway.
Of all the cars racing in the 24 Hours of Daytona today, few have generated as much attention, controversy and even lust as the diesel Mazda6 racecar. We love diesels for their torque and fuel efficiency, and we love them even more when they can put 400 horsepower to the rear wheels like this one can.
Tomorrow at 3:30 PM EST, the second biggest international endurance racing event of the year begins. For 24 hours teams will fight for every position on every lap, in a full day sprint in and around the Daytona International Circuit.
Sure, bump drafting was a staple at Nascar's Daytona 500 (before the new Gen-Six cars), but for Daytona 24 qualifying? Won't those high-falutin' sporty-car drivers spill Beluga caviar all over their kid-skin driving gloves?
One of the best pieces of news to come out of the LA Auto Show was that the diesel powered 2014 Mazda6 would be making it's way to American shores.
Real racing fans know race day is the culmination of extensive prep work. Teams from around the world met in Florida this weekend for the 'Roar Before The 24' event before the Daytona 24-Hour race. Here's a full gallery of hardcore racing porn created exclusively for Jalopnik by MotorSportMedia. — Ed.