Scott Dixon in the lead? Tell me something new.
The Kiwi ace sits provisionally first overall in the Daytona 24 Hour after six-and-a-touch hours.
Dixon only recently got in the car, building on the progress his co-drivers made earlier.
Renger van der Zande put the No.1 in the lead during his stint.
The Dutch driver even lowered the DPi lap record as he established a margin up front.
At the time of writing, a Full Course Yellow washed away Dixon’s lead.
He still sits first, albeit only a handful of tenths ahead of the second Chip Ganassi Racing prototype driven by Kevin Magnussen.
Earl Bamber had a solid first stint leading the No.2 car to the green flag.
The opening laps can often be the most daunting as the entire 61-car field is bunched together.
Of the seven DPi cars, only one is not on the lead lap. That is the WTR Acura of Will Stevens who picked up a puncture.
Porsche lead GT Daytona Pro and Aston Martin fronts the pack in GTD.