Co-owner of K1 Speed, Boris Said, and more than 70 champions from all kinds of racing backgrounds are coming together this weekend. More than 25 countries represented. And over 2,000 miles of high-speed action. Whether you come for the thrill of seeing the world’s best drivers compete or just want to have a blast in the iconic carnival atmosphere, the Rolex 24 At Daytona has been adding to its world-class legacy for more than five decades.
The Rolex 24 at Daytona 2013 GT Field. Two yellow BMW’s front and center!
Driver lineup: Boris Said, Bill Auberlen, Billy Johnson, Michael Marsal, Will Turner and Andy Priaulx.
#94 BMW E92 M3 GT
#97 BMW E92 M3 GS
Boris Said’s name will be familiar to any North American racing fan, from road racing to NASCAR. That’s because he is one of the most verstile racers in the world – competing in multiple racing series and a wide variety of cars. Said has been driving in select events for Turner Motorsport since 2005. He co-drove the entire 2006 Grand-Am Cup GS season with that year’s Champion Anders Hainer, in a Turner BMW E46 M3. In 2005, he was the overall winner of the 24 Hours of the Nurburgring – the first American to do so. Said will be bolstering the Turner team’s already stellar 2012 Rolex 24 line-up, aiming to add the GT class victory to his two previous Daytona 24 Hour wins. Said will also be driving the #97 with Michael Marsal for the full 2012 Continental Tire series season.
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