|Former series||Rolex Sports Car Series, IMSA GT Championship|
Brumos Racing was an automobile racing team based in Jacksonville, Florida. The team was established in 1971 by Peter Gregg as a part of the IMSA GT Championship, and sponsored by Brumos Porsche, an authorized Porsche dealership since 1959. Prior to their entry in Grand-Am, Brumos used Porsche GT cars supplied by the dealership. Until 2011, Brumos used Porsche-powered Daytona Prototypes, but returned to GT in 2011, fielding a Porsche GT3.
24 Hours of Daytona wins
Brumos has won the 24 Hours of Daytona four times. In 1973, Peter Gregg and Hurley Haywood won with a Porsche Carrera RSR, they repeated in 1975. In 1978 Peter Gregg won a third time with a Porsche 935/77, together with Rolf Stommelen and Toine Hezemans. Thirty-one years later David Donohue, Antonio García, Darren Law and Buddy Rice won the race in a Riley Mk XI with a Porsche engine in the 2009 24 Hours of Daytona.
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