Late Drama Highlights Daytona Classic 24 Hour

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – A double dose of late drama, an upset finish and two repeat winners brought the Historic Sportscar Racing Classic 24 Hour at Daytona presented by IMSA to a safe and successful conclusion Sunday at Daytona Int’l Speedway after a marathon 26 hours. It was the sixth running of the Classic 24 Hour HSR race, but this was the first time it took just over a day to complete. Each Run Group winner was presented with a custom HSR Classic Daytona 24 Hour B.R.M. Cal Meeker set the Group B pace in the first three races in the 1973 No. Group C shared the track with Group D that had the biggest upset of the 2020 HSR Classic Daytona. Group E produced the first of this year’s repeat winners with David Porter driving his GMT Racing 2010 No. In the end, Porter took the Group E win with just under an 80-second margin of victory over the No.

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