The Cadillac DPi-VR / Whelen Racing Engineering will start from pole in the 100-minute Motul Pole Award 100 race. Felipe Nasr was the fastest in qualifying with a fastest time of 1: 34.311.
Mike Conway’s teammate edged Oliver Jarvis’ Mazda DPi by 0.131s. Two Cadillac DPi-VRs will share the second row with Mustang Sampling JDC Miller (Tristan Vautier) and Chip Ganassi Racing (Kevin Magnussen). The top four DPi finished in 0.2s. Then we find the two Acura of Filipe Albuquerque (Wayne Taylor Racing) and Dane Cameron (Meyer Shank Racing). Jimmie Johnson was the only DPi driver to finish over second in the Cadillac / Ally Cadillac Racing at 1.377s.
In LMP2, Ben Keating remembered the good memories of the competition by going for pole on the Oreca 07 / PR1 Mathiasen Motorsports ahead of Dennis Andersen (High Class Racing). We knew that the Daytona layout would suit the Dallara P217 and Roberto Lacorte proved that the Italian chassis was up to speed with the 3rd fastest time. Then come John Farano (Oreca 07 / Tower) and Salih Yoluc (Ligier / RWR-Eurasia).
A few minutes after winning the IMSA Prototype Challenge race, Mühlner Motorsports took pole in LMP3 thanks to Moritz Kranz’s Duqueine D08. The first row is 100% Duqueine D08 with the second time of Ryan Norman (Forty7 Motorsports). No driving for the two Ligier JS P320 / Riley Motorsports.
The BMW M8 GTEs beat the competition in GTLM, Marco Wittmann ahead of Timo Glock. The two Corvette C8.Rs follow in the standings. Only Ferrari / Risi Competizione and Porsche / WeatherTech Racing conceded more than a second.
Ryan Harwick was the fastest in the GTD class in the Porsche 911 GT3 R / Wright Motorsports. Simon Mann (Ferrari / AF Corse) and Madison Snow (Lamborghini / Paul Miller Racing) finished behind the Porsche. The Mercedes-AMG GT3 / Alegra Motorsports and the Porsche 911 GT3 R / Team Hardpoint EBM did not drive.
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The lap times driver by driver are here