The legendous' Lowenbrau Special Porsche 962, campaigned by the late Al Holbert. (Image source: conceptcarz.com)
As the list reads like a veritable Who's Who of Motorsports, regarding Overall Winners at the Rolex 24, as Jeffrey "Pretty Boy" Gordon's still in pursuit of his first wristwatch, whilst thee Top Kuhuna's' with the most victories is shared between Hurley Haywood and Scotty Scooter' Pruett at five apiece.
Although fours apparently not a good number, since none of these esteemed drivers are with us any longer. As Gregg committed Suicide after losing His Eyesight! Stommelen died in a Crash at Riverside in 1983. And Wollek was cruely Killed by a Motorist when ironically bicycling to Daytona International Speedway
The late Pedro Rodriguez leads the list of two-time winners, being the first to score consecutive wins. Along with the likes of the aforementioned SuperTex'. (Foyt) While there's the late Al Holbert who partnered with 'lil Al, aka Al Unser, Jr. and Jan Lammers, John Paul, Jr, Elliot-Forbes Robinson, Mauro Baldi, Didier Theys, Wayne Taylor and Terry Borcheller. And our latest addition of Scott Sharp, joining this club last year