Dylan Murcott and Dillon Machavern, co-drivers of a No. 28 RS1 Porsche Cayman GT4 MR, who finished third in a past 3 events before to Saturday’s Biscuitville Grand Prix during Virginia International Raceway, finally pennyless by to measure their initial career win in a Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge.
It also noted Porsche’s 50th win in a Grand Sport (GS) class.
Machavern and Murcott entered a weekend atop a GS indicate standings, with a four-point lead over Trent Hindman and Cameron Cassels and an eight-point lead over Marc Miller and Till Bechtolsheimer in third.
After claiming a victory, a RS1 drivers get a tiny respirating room streamer into a final dual races of a deteriorate during Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca and Road Atlanta.
“Today was all about removing points,” pronounced Machavern. “I was only out there perplexing to run clean, unchanging laps. It only so happened a RS1 guys gave us an impossibly quick automobile and it was super unchanging on a Continental tires. It done my pursuit unequivocally easy. This one unequivocally goes out to a RS1 boys.”
Machavern and Murcott fought all afternoon in a conflict with a No. 57 Stevenson Motorsports Chevrolet Camaro GT4.R and a No. 59 KohR Motorsports Ford Mustang GT4.
The No. 57 of Matt Bell and Robin Liddell finished second. The organisation led 14 laps, though surrendered a lead to a No. 28 Porsche when a Camaro’s behind fender cover was shop-worn and scarcely dislodged if not for a tie in a core holding it in place.
Liddell hold off a charging Dean Martin in a No. 59 started on a stick by Jack Roush Jr., for a residue of a race. Roush led for a entirety of his army before being forced to array during a full-course counsel and handing a lead over to a No. 57 and dropping to mid-pack before finishing third.
The Biscuitville Grand Prix will be promote on Saturday, Sept. 2 on FS1 during 9 a.m. ET. The Continental Tire Challenge earnings to movement on Saturday, Sept. 23 during Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca for a second of two, new four-hour continuation races on a schedule.
Owen Trinkler and co-driver Sarah Cattaneo put their Nissan Altima on tip Saturday.
Cattaneo, Trinkler win in Street Tuner category for Nissan
In a Street Tuner (ST) category of Saturday’s Biscuitville Grand Prix, Owen Trinkler snuck by Tyler Cooke on a restart to explain a initial feat of a year for a No. 44 CRG-I Do Borrow Nissan Altima.
Trinkler’s co-driver Sarah Cattaneo placed a automobile second in subordinate behind Cooke’s co-driver and Virginia-native James Clay in a No. 84 BimmerWorld Racing BMW 328i. Cattaneo overcame a teenager off-track occurrence early in a competition that forsaken her behind to sixth, though brought a automobile to array highway in third for Trinkler to takeover.
“It’s always critical to stay adult front for a initial driver,” Cattaneo said. “I try to do that each competition for Owen and give him a good car… We came in third when we done a array stop. We’ve got to appreciate a organisation for that, and Continental Tire and Nissan for a event to be here today. we wanted to give Owen a good automobile in a good position and I’m happy with that. It was my finish goal.”
The win was a eighth for Trinkler and fourth for Cattaneo in a Continental Tire Challenge. It was also a initial for a organisation given Canadian Tire Motorsport Park in 2016.
“We’re such a tiny organisation and we’re so parsimonious as a group,” pronounced Trinkler, who has a many Continental Tire Challenge starts during 135. “It’s so rewarding to get these wins when you’re such a tiny group. We only don’t have that large of a staff. That’s because we see a tension in array line and feat lane.”
Clay and Cooke finished second, their strongest opening of a season. The No. 75 C360R Audi S3 of Pierre Kleinubing and Roy Block matched their best opening of a deteriorate with a third-place result.