2009 Verizon Wireless 250

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The 2009 Verizon Wireless 250 was the third round of the 2009 Rolex Sports Car Series season. It took place at New Jersey Motorsports Park on May 3, 2009.

Race results[edit]

Class Winners in bold.

Pos Class No Team Drivers Chassis Laps
Engine
1 DP 76 Krohn Racing Sweden Nic Jönsson
Brazil Ricardo Zonta
Proto-Auto Lola B08/70 87
Ford 5.0L V8
2 DP 10 SunTrust Racing Italy Max Angelelli
United States Brian Frisselle
Dallara DP01 87
Ford 5.0L V8
3 DP 12 Penske Racing Germany Timo Bernhard
France Romain Dumas
Riley Mk. XX 87
Porsche 3.99L Flat-6
4 DP 58 Brumos Racing United States David Donohue
United States Darren Law
Riley Mk. XI 87
Porsche 3.99L Flat-6
5 DP 61 AIM Autosport United States Burt Frisselle
Canada Mark Wilkins
Riley Mk. XX 87
Ford 5.0L V8
6 DP 99 GAINSCO/Bob Stallings Racing United States Jon Fogarty
United States Alex Gurney
Riley Mk. XX 87
Pontiac 5.0L V8
7 DP 77 Doran Racing United States Memo Gidley
United States Brad Jaeger
Dallara DP01 86
Ford 5.0L V8
8 GT 87 Farnbacher-Loles Racing United States Leh Keen
Germany Dirk Werner
Porsche 997 GT3 Cup 86
Porsche 3.6L Flat-6
9 GT 66 The Racer's Group United States Ted Ballou
United States Spencer Pumpelly
Porsche 997 GT3 Cup 85
Porsche 3.6L Flat-6
10 GT 86 Farnbacher-Loles Racing United States Eric Lux
United States Bryan Sellers
Porsche 997 GT3 Cup 85
Porsche 3.6L Flat-6
11 DP 6 Michael Shank Racing United States John Pew
Canada Michael Valiante
Riley Mk. XX 85
Ford 5.0L V8
12 GT 67 The Racer's Group United States Andy Lally
United States Justin Marks
Porsche 997 GT3 Cup 85
Porsche 3.6L Flat-6
13 GT 57 Stevenson Motorsports United States Andrew Davis
United Kingdom Robin Liddell
Pontiac GXP.R 84
Pontiac 6.0L V8
14 GT 31 Battery Tender/MCM Racing South Africa Hennie Groenewald
South Africa Dion von Moltke
Pontiac GTO.R 84
Pontiac 6.0L V8
15 GT 40 Dempsey Racing United States Patrick Dempsey
United States Joe Foster
Mazda RX-8 GT 83
Mazda 2.0L 3-Rotor
16 GT 65 Riegel/Stanton/The Racer's Group United States John Potter
United States Craig Stanton
Porsche 997 GT3 Cup 83
Porsche 3.6L Flat-6
17 GT 30 Racers Edge Motorsports United States Dane Cameron
United States Bryce Miller
Mazda RX-8 GT 83
Mazda 2.0L 3-Rotor
18 GT 68 The Racer's Group United States Tim George, Jr.
United States R.J. Valentine
Porsche 997 GT3 Cup 83
Porsche 3.6L Flat-6
19 GT 70 SpeedSource United Kingdom Nick Ham
Canada Sylvain Tremblay
Mazda RX-8 GT 83
Mazda 2.0L 3-Rotor
20 GT 32 PR1 Motorsports United States Lawson Achsenbach
Canada Mike Forest
Pontiac GXP.R 83
Pontiac 6.0L V8
21 DP 01 Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates United States Scott Pruett
Mexico Memo Rojas
Riley Mk. XX 82
Lexus 5.0L V8
22 GT 43 Team Sahlen United States Wayne Nonnamaker
United States Joe Nonnamaker
Chevrolet Corvette C6 82
Chevrolet 5.7L V8
23 GT 42 Team Sahlen United States Will Nonnamaker
United States Joe Sahlen
Chevrolet Corvette C6 79
Chevrolet 5.7L V8
24 DP 13 Beyer Racing United States Jared Beyer
United States Ricky Taylor
Riley Mk. XX 79
Pontiac 6.0L V8
25 GT 07 Team Drinkin' Mate United States Kelly Collins
United States Paul Edwards
Pontiac GXP.R 79
Pontiac 5.0L V8
26 DP 09 Spirit of Daytona Racing United States Guy Cosmo
United States Scott Russell
Coyote CC/08 78
Porsche 5.0L V8
27
DNF
GT 69 SpeedSource United States Emil Assentato
United States Jeff Segal
Mazda RX-8 GT 63
Mazda 2.0L 3-Rotor
28
DNF
DP 2 Childress-Howard Motorsports United States Rob Finlay
United Kingdom Andy Wallace
Crawford DP08 59
Pontiac 5.0L V8
29
DNF
DP 60 Michael Shank Racing Brazil Oswaldo Negri, Jr.
South Africa Mark Patterson
Riley Mk. XX 57
Ford 5.0L V8
30 DP 59 Brumos Racing Portugal João Barbosa
United States J.C. France
Riley Mk. XI 34
Porsche 3.99L Flat-6
31
DNF
GT 21 Battery Tender/MCM Racing United States Romeo Kapudija
United States Ryan Phinney
Pontiac GTO.R 34
Pontiac 6.0L V8


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