Full ALMS results and standings from Sears Point

Allan McNish's haul of points from the Grand Prix of Sonoma at Sears Point Raceway on Sunday, has elevated him to seventh place in the points standings, within reach of a group of drivers fighting for third place. Sixth to third place is covered by a mere three points - with five points awarded for a seventh place finish. McNish is now only seven points behind fellow Audi driver Emanuele Pirro, due to 25 points for a win, plus a point for fastest lap and one for pole meant the Scot was able to add 50% onto his points total. With the Audi R8 now flying, McNish is set to climb the leaderboard even further

Full ALMS results and standings from Sears Point

However, BMW's Jorg Muller leads the points still, followed closely by team-mate and co-driver JJ Lehto. The BMW team drivers were aided by getting the better of Panoz at Sears Point, and gaining a podium spot for the points leading car. Jan Magnussen still holds third overall, but has fallen farther behind the BMW pair, while co-driver David Brabham is now a mere point ahead of top Audi man Frank Biela.

In GTS, Olivier Beretta holds a slender lead over fellow Viper-driver Karl Wendlinger while the other two Viper drivers of David Donohue and Tommy Archer are 22 points down on their team-mates with 111 points each. Dirk Muller leads the GT class for Dick Barbour Racing with 112 points.


P 1 McNish/Capello-Audi Sport Audi R8- 114 laps 1:22.863
P 2 Pirro/Biela-Audi Sport Audi R8- 113 laps - 1:23.158
P 3 Lehto/Muller-BMW Motorsport BMW V12 LMR- 112 - 2 laps 1:24.943
P 4 Auberlen/Gounon-BMW Motorsport BMW V12 LMR- 112 laps 1:25.607
P 5 Brabham/Magnussen-Panoz Motor Sports Panoz LMP-1- 106 laps - 1:23.865
9 37 P 6 Field/Sutherland-Intersport Racing Lola B2K 102 laps - 1:27.440
P 7 Johansson/Smith-Johansson Matthews Reynard 2KQ- 101 laps 1:25.636
GTS 1 Donohue/Archer- Team ORECA Dodge Viper GTS-R 101 6.077 1:34.329
GTS 2 Wendlinger/Beretta- Team ORECA Dodge Viper GTS-R- 101 laps 1:33.550
GT 1 Said/Stuck-Prototype Technology Group BMW M3- 100 laps - 1:37.523
GT 2 Muller/Luhr-Dick Barbour Racing Porsche 911 GT3 R- 99 laps - 1:37.075
GT 3 Wollek/Maassen-Dick Barbour Racing Porsche 911 GT3 R- 99 laps 1:38.186
GT 4 PCunningham/van Overbeek-Prototype Technology Group BMW M3- 98 laps 1:38.419
GT 5 Pobst/Lambert-Alex Job Racing Porsche 911 GT3 R- 98 laps 1:37.697
GTS 3 Rice/Brown-Roock Motorsports Porsche 911 Turbo- 97 laps - 1:37.965
GT 6 Lewis/Wagner-MCR Porsche 911 GT3 R- 96 laps - 1:39.323
GT 7 Fitzgerald/Nagel-Alex Job Racing Porsche 911 GT3 R- 96 laps 1:39.419
GT 8 Jeanette/Petersen Racing Porsche 911 GT3 R- 92 laps - 1:40.701
GT 9 Tumminelli/Ariana Porsche 911 GT3 R- 76 laps - 1:42.593
GT 10 Buttiero/Burgess-Seikel Motorsports Porsche 911 GT3 R 71 laps - 1:39.433 Mechanical
P 8 O'Connell/Katoh-Panoz Motor Sports Panoz LMP 67 laps - 1:24.893 Off Course
P 9 Weaver/Schroeder-Champion Racing Lola B2K-Champion Porsche 62 laps - 1:28.312 Mechanical
GT 11 Murry/Mowlem-Skea Racing International Porsche 911 GT3 R 49 laps - 1:39.364 Mechanical
GT 12 Bundy/Skea/Willingham-Skea Racing Porsche 911 GT3 R 38 laps - 1:39.829 Mechanical
P 10 Simo/Matthews-Johansson Matthews Racing Reynard 2KQ- 22 laps - 1:27.034 104.235 Mechanical
P 11 Schiattarella/de Radigues-Team Rafanelli SRL Lola B2K- 21 laps - 1:25.293 Mechanical
GT 13 BCunningham/Jonsson-Prototype Technology Group BMW M3 20 laps - 1:37.916 Mechanical
GT 14 Buckler/Knoop-The Racers Group Porsche 911 GT3 R- 7 - 107 laps - 1:40.369 Off Course
GT 15 Foster/Doff/Wankum-Kyser Racing Porsche 911 GT3 R- 4 laps - 1:42.255 Mechanical


Championship standings after round five


Muller - 124pts
Lehto - 122 pts
Magnussen - 110 pts
Brabham - 109 pts
Biela - 108 pts
Pirro - 107 pts
McNish - 99 pts
Capello - 96 pts
Auberlen - 81 pts
Katoh - 78 pts


BMW - 119 pts
Audi - 112 pts
Panoz - 105 pts
Lola - 61 pts
Cadillac - 53 pts


Beretta - 134 pts
Wendlinger - 133 pts
Donohue - 111 pts
Archer - 111 pts
Rice - 77 pts
Brown - 77 pts
Duez - 56 pts
Belloc - 44 pts
Slater - 41 pts
Konrad - 39 pts


Muller - 112
Luhr - 108
Maassen - 97
Wollek - 96
Murry - 89
Stuck - 86
Nagel - 84
Lewis - 84
Mowlem - 80
Wagner - 70
Cunningham - 70

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