There’s only one class at the Rolex 24 where I could easily guess the winner before the last hour of the race: Prototype Challenge. Every other class had a balls-out fight ‘til the end despite having raced around the Daytona road course for an entire day. Best of all, there was an insane Corvette vs. Corvette photo…
Not even the teams participating in the WeatherTech Sports Car Championship understand how the driver rankings work. Former series champion, frequent driving coach and all-around excellent dude Andrew Davis somehow scored an oh-so-coveted amateur “silver” ranking. Screencap from the Magnus Racing Rolex 24 live stream. …
WeatherTech Sports Car Championship team Magnus Racing never takes themselves too seriously, so that’s why their 24 Hours of Daytona live stream is such a treat. After a few hours, Daytona madness kicks in. That, plus their usual sense of humor, is gold, dang it, gold! Best of all, they’re doing it again this year.
Magnus Racing, the perennial pranksters of the IMSA paddock, are back in the WeatherTech Sportscar Championship with an all-new car. So they’ve made another clever video for the start of the season—this time in Lego, and with appearances from various drivers as well as last year’s Ballast Possum (RIP).
Porsche 911 GT America: Smells like vinyl and automotive cleaner. Taste is faint, but revolting. Tastes primarily like old socks, with hints of rubber and grit in the mix. Has a numbing effect on the tongue once done.
Several racing drivers at the Rolex 24 at Daytona this weekend, such as Magnus Racing's Andy Lally, care deeply about animal welfare. Of course, Andy's the one who hits a possum with his team's #44 Porsche 911 GT America. [Fair warning: race car roadkill below.]
1. Magnus Racing has been wanting legendary Australian V8 Supercar driver Shane van Gisbergen on their live stream of the Rolex 24 at Daytona for a while.
You know the one type of track most of us will never get to drive, even if we're hardcore track dorks? A temporary street circuit. Detroit's Belle Isle is one of the prettier ones and Magnus Racing threw a camera in their Porsche 911 GT America to capture this series of chaotic restarts.
Levitating cars with lightning bolts, Porsches with CGI machine guns, drivers on fire — this is the most hilarious racing promo vid we have ever seen.
What does a blissful, first-magnitude food coma have to do with GT racing? Utah-based American LeMans series team Magnus Racing has signed SoCal staple Roscoe's House of Chicken and Waffles to sponsor its Grand Prix of Long Beach bid. Represent.