Every Lambo At Daytona Was Penalized For Being Faster Than The Series Expected

An unapproved restrictor is allegedly to blame for the Lamborghini Huracán GT3's insane performance at this year’s Rolex 24 at Daytona. According to Racer, IMSA slapped every Lamborghini in the GT Daytona class with a sandbagging-related penalty today, moving two competitors down in the results.

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Ask Corvette Racing's Le Mans And Daytona Winner Oliver Gavin Anything You Want

Corvette Racing gave us the most insane race finish when they told their No. 3 and No. 4 cars to have at it at the end of the Rolex 24 at Daytona. We’ve got the driver who finished just a nose ahead of his own teammate here to answer your questions. Ask Oliver Gavin anything you want—on racing or otherwise. Go!

The Rolex 24 At Daytona's Last Laps Were The Most Intense Racing Of The Decade

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…

Two Leading Lambos Balance Out Their Own Performance By Crashing Into Each Other

If you’ve been watching the 24 Hours of Daytona, you may have been baffled by the speed of the Lamborghinis. Several drivers mentioned that the Lamborghini Huracán GT3s are significantly faster than the rest of the GTD class, but the two leading Lamborghinis solved that issue by taking each other out late at night.

DeltaWing Crashes Into Stopped Car On Track After Controversial Flagging Decision

A fantastic run by the DeltaWing gave fans hope. It’s quick today! It’s holding together! Maybe today’s Rolex 24 at Daytona will be the race where it finally has a chance at the overall win! Sadly, DeltaWing driver Andy Meyrick rear-ended a stopped car on track that wasn’t signaled with a full-course yellow flag.

Watch The Craziest Team In The Paddock Live-Stream From Their Rolex 24 Pits

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.

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The 24 Hours Of Daytona Is A Full Day Of Everything You Want To See On Track

Whenever a new sports car is released, it seldom even moves the needle for me until it goes on track. Fortunately, this weekend’s 24 Hours of Daytona features the Ford GT, Ferrari 488 and the BMW M6 finally proving their worth alongside other rad GT machinery and purpose-built racing prototypes, and it’s great.

Every Single GT Team Was Busted For 'Underperforming' Before The 24 Hours Of Daytona

The Roar Before the 24 is an important event in American endurance racing. It’s the first opportunity to test new cars for the the IMSA WeatherTech Sports Car Championship. IMSA uses data from the event to equalize the cars, which only really works if teams run to their full potential. Of course they didn’t.