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Nick Tandy, Shane Lewis Earn GT, GX Poles

Scott Pruett captured his third career pole position at the Rolex 24 At Daytona on Thursday, a 1:40.553Scott Gannasi (127.455 mph) lap at Daytona International Raceway. Going for a record-tying fifth overall victory in the race, Pruett won the TOTAL Pole Award driving the No. 01 TELMEX/Target Chip Ganassi Racing BMW/Riley.

The gap back to Scott Dixon in the second-place No. 02 Target TELMEX Chip Ganassi Racing entry was just 0.093 seconds. Dane Cameron qualified third for Team Sahlen’s at 1:41.213 (126.624 mph) in the No. 42 BMW/Riley.

Nick Tandy won his first Rolex Series GT pole with a lap of 1:47.631 (119.074 mph) in the No. 32 Konrad Motorsport/Orbit Porsche GT3. The reigning Porsche Cup winner was 0.197 seconds clear of Andy Lally – last year’s GT race-winner – in Magnus Racing’s No. 44 Porsche GT3. Sean Edwards qualified third for MOMO/NGT Motorsport in the No. 32 Porsche GT3 at 1:48.007 (118.659 mph)

Shane Lewis is in the record books as the first pole-winner in GX. He set a time of 1:54.606 (111.827 mph)in Porsche Napleton Racing’s No. 16 Porsche Cayman. Ryan Eversley qualified second at 1:58.221 (108.407 mph) in the No. 38 BGB Motorsports Porsche Cayman. Andrew Carbonell was third for Freedom Autosport/SpeedSource in its No. 25 Mazda 6 at 2:00.740 (106.145 mph).

Source Grand Am
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