Bob Stallings wins Formula Atlantic National Championship at the SCCA Runoffs, amateur racing’s Super Bowl
GAINSCO/Bob Stallings Racing makes Rolex Series Daytona Prototype debut at Laguna Seca with Stallings and Alex Gurney
First pole by Gurney at Barber Motorsports Park in just the team’s third start
Second-place at Watkins Glen is team’s first top-three finish and Stallings best Rolex Series finish ever
Two-time Toyota Atlantic champion Jon Fogarty joins team as co-driver, replacing Stallings
Gurney wins pole for Rolex 24 At Daytona but early contact and mechanical problems force retirement
One race following their disappointing Rolex 24 finish, team scores first win at Mexico City
GAINSCO wins first Championship at season-ending race in Utah with then-series-record seven wins in season’s 14 races
Team fields a two-car entry at Laguna Seca with Vasser sharing the No. 98 with comeback driver Cristiano da Matta
After falling to 23rd after an early spin, GAINSCO scores a record comeback win in the rain at Mid-Ohio
Gurney and Fogarty earn then-leading all-time Daytona Prototype 12th win in Utah, team’s series-leading fourth of the season
Only 2010 win is in NJ from pole, the first of two poles in the year for Fogarty, who extends the series record to 16
Second of season and first-ever Montreal victory where Fogarty wins second of three poles to end year with series-record-extending 19
GAINSCO unveils new No. 99 “Red Dragon” Corvette Daytona Prototype at Rolex 24 At Daytona testing
Team earns home-state Texas victory from Fogarty’s 24th career pole in inaugural sports car race at Circuit of The Americas.
Alex Gurney scores pole position for at the Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona, the inaugural race for the IMSA TUDOR United Sports Car Championship. 31st pole position for Bob Stallings Racing.
GAINSCO/Bob Stallings Racing announces 2015 racing entry in the Pirelli World Challenge. Jon Fogarty will drive the No. 99 GAINSCO Auto Insurance/Hyundai Genesis Coupe in the GTS category.