Where have all of the NASCAR 'road-course ringers' gone?
Europe. A decade ago, the field at Sonoma had nine road-course ringers: Scott Pruett (3rd), Boris Said (6th), Klaus Graf (17th), Jim Inglebright (19th), Larry Gunselman (37th), Austin Cameron (38th), P.J. Jones (39th), Brandon
12 Hours of Sebring — Prototype and Prototype Challenge preview
Pickett Racing’s Oreca 03 Nissan. Playstation GT Academy winner Jann Mardenborough has been drafted in to partner Klaus Graf and Lucas Luhr in the Nissan-backed Pickett effort. Other lineup changes include Chip Ganassi Racing, which moves
TUDOR Championship: Hour 4 Update - 12 Hours of Sebring 2014
LEM category their Rolex 24 you saw that. 911 portion would contact with a quarterback challenge. Little stalled war Klaus Graf leading the pit lane. After one of his stops. You would have to serve a penalty as well speeding on pit road. Yesthat. 911 portion would contact with a quarterback challenge. Little stalled war Klaus Graf leading the pit lane. After one of his stops. You would have to serve a penalty as well -- speeding on pit
The Myth Of The Road-Course Ringer
following drivers have in common? - Jan Magnussen - Christian Fittipaldi - Hideo Fukuyama - Boris Said - Scott Pruett - Klaus Graf - Ron Fellows - P.J. Jones - Marc Goossens - Patrick Carpentier - Max Papis - Andy Pilgrim - Tomy Drissi Give up