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Topic - Max Angelelli
Jordan Taylor earned his fourth straight Grand Am-Rolex Sports Car Series pole Thursday, turning a lap in 1 minute, 22.251 seconds at 110.909 mph on Indianapolis Motor Speedway's 2.534-mile, 13-turn road circuit.
IndyCar champion Ryan Hunter-Reay will team with Wayne Taylor Racing regulars Max Angelelli and Jordan Taylor in the Grand-Am Rolex Sports Car Series' season-opening Rolex 24 At Daytona.
Ricky Taylor and Max Angelelli won their second consecutive Grand-Am Rolex Series race at the Global Barter 250 Sunday at New Jersey Motorsports Park.
Ryan Dalziel's qualifying performance was somewhat surprising.
"It's a very challenging track, I can tell you," said Max Angelelli, a former Rolex series champion. "It's not like you approach a corner, brake, turn, go back on throttle, and that's it. You have two corners that are extremely technical."
"We have no idea what's going to happen or what could happen," Angelelli said. "We've never run longer than one hour and we're going to have another 23 to go. So I'm expecting issues for everybody. I can't believe we'll see cars finishing the race without an issue."