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NASCAR Grand-Am Rolex Sports Car Series Page

The Grand-Am Series ended when it merged with the American Le Mans Series following the 2013 season and formed the Tudor United Sports Car Championship. It was formerly known as the NASCAR Grand-Am Rolex Sports Car Series (2009-2013), the Grand American Road Racing Series (2000-2002) and the Grand American Rolex Sports Car Series (2003-2008).

It was known as the U.S. Road Racing Championship in 1998 and 1999.

Click on the Year to see detailed race results and standings for that year.

   


YearSR/DP ClassSR II/GT ClassGTO/GTS/SGS/GX ClassGTU/GT ClassAGT Class
2013 Max Angelelli
Jordan Taylor
Alessandro Balzan Jim Norman    
2012 Scott Pruett
Memo Rojas
Jeff Segal
Emil Assentato
     
2011 Scott Pruett
Memo Rojas
Andrew Davis
Leh Keen
     
2010 Scott Pruett
Memo Rojas
Emil Assentato
Jeff Segal
     
2009 Alex Gurney
Jon Fogarty
Leh Keen
Dirk Werner
     
2008 Memo Rojas
Scott Pruett
Paul Edwards
Kelly Collins
     
2007 Alex Gurney
Jon Fogarty
Dirk Werner      
2006 Jorg Bergmeister Andy Lally
Marc Bunting
     
2005 Max Angelelli
Wayne Taylor
Craig Stanton      
2004 Max Papis
Scott Pruett
Andy Lally
Marc Bunting
Bill Auberlen
Boris Said
   
2003 Terry Borcheller Steve Marshall Tommy Riggins
David Machavern
Cort Wagner
Brent Martini
 
2002 Didier Theys Terry Borcheller Chris Bingham Bill Auberlen
Cort Wagner
Kerry Hitt
2001 James Weaver Andy Lally Chris Bingham Darren Law Craig Conway
2000 James Weaver Larry Oberto Terry Borcheller Mike Fitzgerald Doug Mills

SERIES CHAMPIONS (U.S. Road Racing Championship)
YearCA ClassGT1 ClassGT2 ClassGT3 Class
1999 Elliott Forbes-Robinson
Butch Leitzinger
  Larry Schumacher
John O'Steen
Cort Wagner
1998 James Weaver Thierry Boutsen Scott Sansone
Cameron Worth
Ross Bentley