Few teams have a more interesting combination of owners than Rahal-Letterman Racing. Co-owned by famous late-night talk show host David Letterman and legendary CART racer Bobby Rahal, the team competed mainly in Indycar racing, but returned to ALMS with a M3 GT2 in 2008. The 2009 season gave the BMW Rahal-Letterman team their first-ever program victory in ALMS, as well as their first 1-2 finish, with the #92 car achieving a second-place podium spot at Road America. It was an impressive result for the talented team, and a tribute to the prowess of the M3 GT2, refined through ruthless weight savings and increased power from the 4-liter V8 when compared with the previous GT2 car. It looks the part, too, with a bold white livery sporting prominent BMW M-Power tri-color stripes and topped off with a bare carbon fiber roof.