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Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge At Indianapolis Photo Gallery (Friday)

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1) Tom Kimber-Smith and Michael Marsal drove their Turner Motorsport BMW M3 to seventh overall in Friday’s Brickyard Sports Car Challenge.

2) Kurt Rezzelano and Andrew Aquilante claimed a top five finish in their Phoenix American Motorsports’ Ford Mustang.

3) Mechanical woes denied car owner Tim Bell and his co-driver Dane Cameron a high finish in the Nissan 370Z.

4) Stevenson Motorsports’ No. 6 Chevrolet Camaro rolled to an overall victory in Friday’s Brickyard Sports Car Challenge.

5) While their teammates won the overall title, the No. 9 Stevenson Motorsports Camaro hit trouble early and never challenged on Friday.

6) Dane Cameron suffered a double whammy of sorts on Friday, he failed to feature in either the Brickyard Sports Car Challenge or the Brickyard Grand Prix.

7) Robin Liddell crosses the yard of bricks to claim overall victory for Stevenson Motorsports.

8) With checkered flag in hand, Robin Liddell pilots the winning Stevenson Motorsports Camaro toward the winner’s circle.

9) Andrew Davis and Robin Liddell salutes the well-wishers after claiming victory in the Brickyard Sports Car Challenge.

10) Corey Lewis congratulates overall Andrew Davis following Friday’s Brickyard Sports Car Challenge. Lewis claimed victory in the ST class after Remo Ruscitti ran out of fuel within sight of the checkered flag.

11) Robin Liddell and Andrew Davis start a champagne serenade after winning the Brickyard Sports Car Challenge

12) The top three overall finishers salute the crowd after Friday’s Brickyard Sports Car Challenge.

13) BERG Racing’s Cody Ellsworth and Corey Lewis spray the well wishers below following their ST Class triumph at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

14) The ST Class top three teams salute the crowd following Friday’s Brickyard Sports Car Challenge.

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About Matt Embury

Matt Embury is the Senior SportsCar Writer at Rubbings Racing and can be followed on Twitter (@MattEmbury) for the latest sports car news and opinions. A native of Mishawaka, Indiana, he has been following sports car racing for nearly 20 years.

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