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24 Hours at Daytona begins under a steady rain

 Chip Ganassi Racing drivers, from left, Juan Pablo Montoya, of Colombia; Jamie McMurray; Scott Dixon, of New Zealand; Memo Rojas, of Mexico; Scott Pr...
 Max Angelelli, of Italy, drives the Sun Trust Racing Ford/Dallara during the final practice session for the Rolex 24 hour auto race at the Daytona In...

Grand Am Rolex 24 Auto Racing

Chip Ganassi Racing drivers, from left, Juan Pablo Montoya, of Colombia; Jamie McMurray; Scott Dixon, of New Zealand; Memo Rojas, of Mexico; Scott Pr...

Grand Am Rolex 24 Auto Racing

Max Angelelli, of Italy, drives the Sun Trust Racing Ford/Dallara during the final practice session for the Rolex 24 hour auto race at the Daytona In...

A rain-soaked 24 Hours of Daytona is under way.
The first five laps were under caution on a slick Daytona International Speedway on Saturday before the rain began to subside. The race was then green-flagged, but conditions for the annual sports car endurance race were expected to be wet for the first few hours of the twice-around-the-clock event.
Max Angelelli was on the pole and Ozz Negri started outside of him on row one when the race began. Scott Dixon began fourth for a star-studded Chip Ganassi Racing team that includes fellow Indianapolis 500 winners Juan Pablo Montoya and Dario Franchitti, and NASCAR's Jamie McMurray.
The 44-car field included 29 of the slower GT class cars competing alongside the Daytona Prototypes.


Updated : 2021-06-15 16:01 GMT+08:00