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Topic - Max Angelelli
After more than 2,400 miles and 23 1/2 hours of racing, the most prestigious North American sports car race came down to eight minutes and a final five-lap sprint.
Wayne Taylor had no intention of racing again when he climbed out of the cockpit following his last start in the Rolex 24 at Daytona four years ago.
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.
"I tried everything I had in the car, trust me, everything I had to use," Angelelli said.
"When there was a possibility that Ricky could come back, and prior to that the boys never ever wanted to drive together but they do now, Max came to me and said 'Wayne, I know this is difficult for you, but let me make this easy for you: I am going to step aside to put Ricky in the car.'