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This is a historical archive for Tom & Rick Sutherland, Wheel Works Racing, Sutherland Racing and ClickAway Racing

Drivers Rick Sutherland

Rick Sutherland
Date of Birth: September 15, 1956
Wife: Lani
Son: Tom(29)
Daughter: Christy (25)
Occupation: CEO of ClickAway
President Sutherland Racing
Former President of Wheel Works

2006 12 Hours of Sebring
Binnie Motorsports Lola

  • Zytec Co-driving with Bill Binnie and Alan Timpany 3rd in class 12th overall
  • 2006 24 Hours of Daytona
    Matt Conolloy Motorsports BMW M3

  • Co-driving with Tom Sutherland, Matt Conolloy
  • 2005 24 Hours of Lemans

      Paul Belmondo Racing
    • 24 hours of Lemans. Courage/Ford LMP2, 3rd in Class
    2005 American Lemans Series
      Graham Nash Motorsports
    • 12 hours of Seabriing Saleen GT1. 6th in class Class
    • Lemans European Series Spa 5th in Class

    2004 American Lemans Series Photo by www.americanlemans.com

      Intersport Racing
    • Won - ALMS Laguna Seca - LMP2 Class
    • Sutherland, co driving with Clint Field and Robbin Liddell, heads to a victory in the LMP2 Class in the dark at Laguna Seca Raceway in Monterey in October.

    2004 24 Hours Lemans


      Intersport Racing
    • Winner 24 Hours of Lemans LMP2 Class
    • Sutherland, co driving with Clint Field and Bill Binnie won 2004 24 Hours of Lemans LMP2 Class

    2003 American Lemans Series

      Intersport Racing
    • MG Lola 24 Hrs of Lemans Participant
    • Lola Judd, Grand Prix of Sonoma (6th)
    • Riley & Scott MK III, Road America (5th), Laguna Seca (5th)
    • Co Driving with Jon Field, Clint Field, John Macaluso, Duncan Dayton, and John Graham

    2003 24 Hours of Daytona  
      Roll Centre Racing
    • Mosler MT900R
    • Co-driving with Rob Barff, Andy Britnell & Richard Stanton
    • 24 Hours of Daytona (3rd)
    2002 American Lemans Series  

      Intersport Racing
    • MG Lola
    • Co Driving with Jon Field, Duncan Dayton
    • 24 Hours of Daytona (7th), Sears Point (3rd), Laguna Seca (3rd)
      Panoz Racing
    • Panoz/Mugen
    • Co-driving with Didier De Radigues, Bruno Lambert
    • 12 Hours of Sebring (13th)
    2001 American Lemans Series
      Supportnet Racing
    • Lola Ford
    • Co-driving with Duncan Dayton, John Burton, Scott Schubot
    • 24 Hours of Daytona
      Intersport Racing
    • Lola Judd
    • Co Driving with Jon Field
    • Sebring (5th) Sears Point, Laguna Seca, Petite Lemans Road
    2000 American Lemans Series
      Intersport Racing
    • Lola Judd
    • Co-driving with Jon Field
    • Sears Point(5th) Laguna Seca (5th) Petite Lemans
    1999 American Lemans Series: WSC
      Supportnet Racing
    • Riley & Scott Ford
    • Sears Point, Portland, Petite Le Mans/Road Atlanta
    • Co-driving with Scott Schubot
      Hybrid Research & Development
    • Riley & Scott Ford
    • Co-driving with Chris Bingham
    • Laguna Seca (10th), Las Vegas (10th)
    1998 Professional Sports Car Racing: WSC
      Intersport Racing
    • Riley & Scott Ford
    • Co-driving with Jon Field
    • Daytona, Sebring, Watkins Glen, Las Vegas (5th), Laguna Seca (4th)
    1997 IMSA: Sears Point GT1
    • Chevrolet Camaro
    1996 IMSA: WSC
      Wheel Works / CKS Racing
    • Courage Chevrolet
    • 24 Hours of Daytona and 12 Hours of Sebring
    • Co-driving with Eric van de Poele
    1995 IMSA: WSC
      Power Macintosh / Wheel Works Racing
    • Spice Chevrolet
    • 24 Hours Daytona, Watkins Glen, Lime Rock, Sears Point, Road Atlanta, New Orleans.
    • 6th in WSC at 12 Hours of Sebring
    • 4th in WSC at Texas Motor Speedway
    • Co-drivers: John Graham, Stanley Dickens, Dan Marvin, Jim Downing, Jim Pace, Jeff Gray
    1994 IMSA: WSC
      Wheel Works Racing
    • SPICE Chevrolet
    • 5th in first WSC race at Lime Rock co-driving with Price Cobb in a Brix Racing Oldsmobile SPICE
    • 6th in Portland with Oldsmobile SPICE
    • Laguna Seca
    • March Chevrolet
    1993 American Indycar Series
      Wheel Works Racing / Oil Changer Racing
    • First Place Driver Championship
    • First Place Team Championship
    • March Chevrolet
    1992 American Indycar Series
      Wheel Works Racing / Oil Changer Racing
    • 5th in points championship
    • 2nd in team championship
    • Received most professional team / transporter award
    • March Chevrolet
    1991 American Indycar Series
      Wheel Works Racing / Citgo Racing
    • March Chevrolet
    1990 American Indycar Series
      Wheel Works Racing / Auto Hause Europa
    • Runner-up Rookie of the year
    • 4th in points championship
    • March Chevrolet
    1987 1st Place Pacific Coast Formula Atlantic Championship
      Wheel Works Racing
    • Ralt RT-4 / Ford Cosworth
    1984-1989 Regional, National & Pro Formula Atlantic
      Wheel Works Racing
    • Ralt RT-4 / Ford Cosworth
    1983 Regional, National, Formula Atlantic
      Wheel Works Racing
    • Second Place Regional Championship
    • March 77-B / Ford Cosworth
    1982 Regional, National, Formula Atlantic Wheel Works Racing
  • LeGrand-71 / Lotus Twin Cam