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Topic - Alex Gurney
Memo Gidley has a broken back that will require surgery after a terrifying accident early in the Rolex 24 at Daytona.
Facing a season of uncertainty, Alex Gurney and his teammates found some success at a place where they have had little to celebrate the last five years.
Alex Gurney and Jon Fogarty won Saturday's Grand-Am Rolex series race at Circuit of The Americas, their first victory since 2011.
"It's great to be back," Gurney said. "We finished second quite a few times last year, and man, what a day. We pushed it so hard the whole way. It was an incredible battle at the end with (Ryan) Dalziel and (Scott) Pruett, and it feels amazing to hold them off."
"It would be the biggest thing in my career," Gurney said. "The last time we had an all-America team was my dad's team in 1993, all American drivers. For me personally, it's the biggest race we do. It's the one we want to win."