2014 Petit Le Mans Recap

The 2014 Petit Le Mans powered by Mazda was a fitting finish to the thrilling TUDOR United SportsCar Championship season, with close battles in all classes culminating in a sprint to the checkered flag.

In the prototype class, Wayne Taylor Racing and the Taylor brothers became the first Americans to win Petit Le Mans overall in its 17-year history. Brothers Jordan and Ricky Taylor, along with co-driver Max Angelelli, stood on the top step of the podium after 10 hours of racing at Road Atlanta, a place their father, Wayne Taylor, stood after winning the very first Petit Le Mans in 1998.

The 2014 Petit Le Mans powered by Mazda was a fitting finish to the thrilling TUDOR United SportsCar Championship season, with close battles in all classes culminating in a sprint to the checkered flag.

In the prototype class, Wayne Taylor Racing and the Taylor brothers became the first Americans to win Petit Le Mans overall in its 17-year history. Brothers Jordan and Ricky Taylor, along with co-driver Max Angelelli, stood on the top step of the podium after 10 hours of racing at Road Atlanta, a place their father, Wayne Taylor, stood after winning the very first Petit Le Mans in 1998.

Starworks Motorsport walked away from Petit Le Mans with the top Prototype Challenge class honors, while the Paul Miller Racing Audi took the GTD win.

In the GTLM category, the Falken Tire Porsche of Bryan Sellers, Wolf Henzler and Marco Holzer crossed the finish line first at Petit Le Mans powered by Mazda for the second year running after an intense late-race showdown with the 912 factory-backed Porsche that came down to less than one second.

Petit Fast Facts

  • 10 hours of racing
  • First run on October 10, 1998
  • Class winners of this event receive an automatic invitation to the following year's 24 Hours of Le Mans

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