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January 25, 2008



I am definitely hyped for this. If the #01, #10, #99 and #61 cars are all on the lead lap with about an hour to go in the race, that should be one heck of a finish. The Ford Mustang's debut in the GT class, with Boris Said on both teams, should be interesting to watch, as well as Corvette's entry into the Rolex Series. (I know, they've been racing in ALMS for years, but I think this is their first time in a while in the Rolex Grand Am Series. However, I think the #07 Pontiac GXP/R with Paul Edwards, Kelly Collins, Jan Magnussen, and Andy Pilgrim will take the GT class this year.

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