Further down a order, it was a second Acura ARX-05 of Montoya and Cameron that finished third, creation it an Acura 2-3 in a Motor City. Luckily for a pretension sponsor, Chevrolet, Nasr’s win during a circle of a Cadillac meant that a General Motors product has taken a win during each IMSA-sanctioned competition given 2007 during Belle Isle.
In a GT Daytona class, it was a opposite Acura that dejected a antithesis during a 14-turn proxy course. Both Acura NSX GT3 racers of Meyer Shank Racing delivered a 1-2 for a Ohio-based organization, with Katherine Legge and Mario Farnbacher during a circle of a No. 86 car, and Justin Marks and Lawson Aschenbach in a No. 93. Bryan Sellers and Madison Snow, who started in a stick position, finished third during a circle of their Lamborghini Huracan GT3.
“I’m super pumped with a formula today. It was a best probable outcome,” pronounced Legge. “I am over a moon happy. Now, we are right there with [the leaders] in a championship, so we have to only pierce on to a subsequent competition to continue a fight. It’s for a championship, so we have a opposite opinion and hopefully, we can keep racing and relocating forward.”
The IMSA playground now heads to New York for a Six Hours of a Glen during Watkins Glen International on Jul 1.