2002 Rolex Sports Car Series season

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2002 Rolex Sports Car Series season
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The 2002 Grand American Road Racing Championship season was the third season of the Rolex Sports Car Series run by the Grand American Road Racing Association. The season involved five classes: Sports Racing Prototype I and II (SRP-I and SRP-II), Grand Touring Sport (GTS), Grand Touring (GT), and American GT (AGT). 10 races were run from February 2, 2002 to November 10, 2002. Mont-Tremblant replaced Trois-Rivières. California Speedway replaced Lime Rock. Virginia International replaced Road America. The season also was marred by the death of Jeff Clinton during the Nextel 250 race.

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Rnd Race Length/Duration Circuit Date
1 Rolex 24 at Daytona 24 Hours Daytona International Speedway February 2
February 3
2 Nextel 250 250 Miles Homestead-Miami Speedway March 2
3 Grand American 400 400 Miles California Speedway March 23
4 United Auto 200 200 Miles Phoenix International Raceway April 20
5 Six Hours of the Glen 6 Hours Watkins Glen International June 23
6 Paul Revere 250 250 Miles Daytona International Speedway July 4
7 Bully Hill Vineyards 250 250 Miles Watkins Glen International August 9
8 VIR 500 500 Miles Virginia International Raceway September 1
9 6 Hours of Mont-Tremblant 6 Hours Circuit Mont-Tremblant September 15
10 The Grand American Finale at Daytona 3 Hours Daytona International Speedway November 10

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