IndyCar champions Tony Kanaan and Scott Dixon teamed with NASCAR Sprint Cup drivers Kyle Larson and Jamie McMurray to drive the #02 Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates Ford-Riley prototype to overall victory in the Tudor United SportsCar Championship’s 2015 Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona. Fourteen starters from last year’s Indy 500 started the race in Daytona.
Other IndyCar participants and their results:
Ryan Briscoe, #3 Corvette Racing C7.R, Winner-GT Le Mans (GTLM), 4th overall
Sebastien Bourdais, #5 Action Express Racing Corvette DP, 2nd overall
Simon Pagenaud, #4 Corvette Racing, 3rd in GTLM, 7th overall
Graham Rahal, #24 BMW Team RLL Z4 GTE, 4th in GTLM
Jack Hawksworth, #11 RSR Racing Oreca-Nissan FLM09, 4th in Prototype Challenge (PC)
Martin Plowman, #61 BAR1 Motorsports Oreca-Nissan, 5th in PC
Townsend Bell, #63 Scuderia Corsa Ferrari 458 Italia, 6th in GT Daytona (GTD)
James Davison, #007 TRG-AMR Aston Martin V12 Vantage, 13th in GTD
Sage Karam, #01 Ganassi, 23rd overall
Charlie Kimball, #01 Ganassi, 23rd overall
Ryan Hunter-Reay, #7 Starworks Motorsport BMW-Riley, 37th overall
James Hinchcliffe, #70 SpeedSource Mazda, 47th overall
Additionally, 2014 Indy Lights Presented by Cooper Tires champion Gabby Chaves co-drove the No. 0 DeltaWing with former Verizon IndyCar Series driver Katherine Legge, Memo Rojas, and Andy Meyrick. Shelby Blackstock, who moves from Pro Mazda to Indy Lights with Andretti Autosport this season, shared seat time with Plowman.
Max Papis co-drove the #31 Action Express entry to an overall 6th place finish. AJ Allmendinger was one of four drivers in the #60 Michael Shank Racing with Curb/Agajanian Honda HPD Ligier JS P2 which finished 9th overall..