RICCARDO AGOSTINI AND TRENT HINDMAN WIN FROM POLE IN SECOND LAMBORGHINI SUPER TROFEO NORTH AMERICA RACE AT WATKINS GLEN INTERNATIONAL

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Riccardo Agostini and Trent Hindman finally claimed their first victory of the season in the weekend’s second Super Trofeo North America race at Watkins Glen International. Hindman brought the No. 1 Prestige Performance entry, representing Lamborghini Paramus, home to the checkered flag, holding off a late-race charge from Austin Versteeg who closed to finish just .541 seconds behind the race winner.

 

The Agostini and Hindman duo made best use of their pole starting position, controlling the race from the green flag.
“I knew we had a great car,” said Hindman. “Riccardo [Agostini] did a fantastic job in qualifying on Friday morning and put the thing on the pole. I was definitely hanging on at the end but overall it was a fantastic race and I’m just so happy to end the weekend on a high note and move on to Road America with a win.”
Versteeg’s second-place finish overall also netted him his second ProAm class victory after a similarly impressive performance from the 18-year-old at the season-opening round at Circuit of The Americas. The driver of the No. 7 DXDT Racing entry, representing Lamborghini Dallas, fell back early in the race, but fought back to have a mighty battle after the mandatory pitstop window with eventual third-place overall finisher Ashley Freiberg.
After getting around Frieberg, Versteeg set off in chase of Hindman, who had taken over driving duties from Agostini at the pitstop. Setting a series of fast laps, he cut the lead to less than a second by race’s end, but the young driver ran out of time and had to settle for the second step on the overall podium.
“Everyone was super tight going up the Esses at the start and I lost a few positions there,” said Versteeg after the race. “I knew we had a really good car for the long run and I just had to be smart in traffic. “Thanks to all the team for such a great bounce back. Hopefully Road America comes fast.”
With her third-place finish, Freiberg made history, becoming the first woman to stand on the overall podium of any of the worldwide Lamborghini Super Trofeo series. The 25-year-old leapt up from her fourth place starting position at the green flag, taking and holding second place for much of the race until she was caught by Versteeg. Eventually, she brought her No. 30 DAC Motorsports entry, representing Lamborghini Palm Beach, to the checkered flag second in the Pro category, proving her race-winning potential in only her fourth Lamborghini Super Trofeo start.
The Amateur class victory went to Brian Thienes who made up for what he thought was a missed opportunity in Race 1 at Watkins Glen. Thienes started from the pole in both races and fell back at the green flag of each. While he was unable to recover in the first race of the weekend, the driver of the No. 17 US RaceTronics entry, representing Lamborghini Beverly Hills, had better luck in Race 2, battling with Patrice Brisebois in the second stint for the class lead. Thienes prevailed on Lap 19, and kept the position until race’s end, earning his second victory of the season.
“It felt like the team got some redemption and we were fast all weekend in our class,” said Thienes. “Congratulations to the team for putting the car back together and doing a really good job with a really good set up.”
The LB Cup class win came down to the narrowest of margins, as Ryan Hardwick eked out his second triumph of the weekend by .081 seconds over J.C. Perez. Hardwick finished second on the track to Perez in his No. 2 Dream Racing Motorsport entry, representing Lamborghini Atlanta, but a 1.5-second penalty was issued to Perez for a pit stop that did not meet the minimum time requirement. During the race, Hardwick did not know about Perez’s impending penalty and was pleasantly surprised by his winning result.
“I had no idea, my team wasn’t telling me,” said Hardwick. “They were obviously telling me to push, but I had no idea. [Perez] had some bad luck in traffic and it slowed him down. But I’ve raced a long time and I know that it’s not over until it’s over.”
The winner of Race 1 and championship leader in the Pro category, Richard Antinucci, encountered problems after starting from the outside of the front row in the weekend’s second race. The No. 16 Change Racing driver, representing Lamborghini Carolinas, finished in 16th position overall and fifth in the Pro category, breaking his perfect streak of three race wins.
The 2015 series champion still leads in the Pro category in provisional championship points, but Race 2 at Watkins Glen proved that the competition won’t make things easy for him as the series heads on to Road America in one month’s time.
Tape-delayed coverage of Watkins Glen International will air on the CBS Sports Network on July 30, 2017 at 5:30 p.m. ET. The coverage will feature live commentary on both the broadcast and live streams.
 
Lamborghini provided world-class hospitality this weekend for clients and guests of Lamborghini dealers. Guests also participated in the IMSA Hot Lap Experience – high-speed rides around the circuit in a Lamborghini.
The next Lamborghini Super Trofeo North America event will be August 4-6 at Road America as part of the Continental Tire Road Race Showcase in conjunction with the IMSA Weathertech SportsCar Championship.
POST-RACE QUOTES

TRENT HINDMAN (No. 1 Prestige Performance, winner, first Pro):

“I knew we had a great car. Riccardo [Agostini] did a fantastic job in qualifying on Friday morning and put the car on pole. The only question was how was it going to be at the end of the race and I think the time sheets will speak for itself. I was definitely hanging on at the end but overall it was a fantastic race and I’m just so happy to end the weekend on a high note and move on to Road America with a win. Riccardo and I have been knocking on the door of a win overall for the last three races now. Yesterday was definitely a disappointment running second and having a wheel come off, but it was just a great way to wrap up the weekend. Big thanks to the Prestige Performance/Wayne Taylor Racing guys for all their efforts. Just phenomenal weekend put together by everybody. We’ve got a lot to learn from this weekend so we’re going to go back and reset and refocus for Road America, but again, just very happy with the result that we have.”
RICCARDO AGOSTINI (No. 1 Prestige Performance, winner, first Pro):
“For me the race was great. I started from the pole so not a big deal. We had a tricky start with [Richard] Antinucci so I just tried to make my own pace and to gain some time lap-by-lap. We were unlucky yesterday. The last lap we had a tire problem so we had to stop. But I am pretty confident for the next races.”

Bodymotion Racing Still Tops Point Standings After a Fourth-Place Finish in GS at The Glen

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WATKINS GLEN, N.Y., July 3 – With a fourth place finish in Saturday’s IMSA Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge race at Watkins Glen International with their Bodymotion Racing Porsche Cayman GT4, Cameron Cassels and Trent Hindman retained their point lead in the top class, Grand Sport, heading into next weekend’s race at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park.
 
The Ocean Township, N.J.-based team’s entry in the Street Tuner class, another Porsche driven by Drake Kemper and Devin Jones, was as high as third and finished tenth in its class at the conclusion of the two-hour race on the historic 3.4-mile, 11-turn road course. 
 
Cassels and Hindman, the defending race winners, were in line for a podium finish of third until Nico Rondet passed Hindman with only 7:07 remaining. They almost got it anyway when the leader, Al Carter, spun across the track on the last lap, but Matt Plumb made a late charge to grab the final podium position from the Wayside, N.J.-based driver. It was very close, as Hindman was only 0.369 of a second behind Plumb at the checkered.
 
Cassels, of Coldstream, British Columbia; qualified their No. 12 Porsche sponsored by Bodymotion, Delaware Investments and Trim Tex in tenth place. He advanced to ninth at the start and ran in that position throughout his stint. He pitted for fuel and rain Continental tires on lap 16 when the weather turned nasty, and the race was red flagged at the halfway point due to lightning in the area. 
 
The bad weather abated and Cassels was back in ninth when he pitted a second time under yellow with 52:40 remaining for fuel, slick tires and Hindman to take over. The pit stop was excellent and Hindman was fifth when the race resumed with 43 minutes remaining to set up the hectic closing minutes.
 
Hindman successfully avoided all sorts of opportunities to become involved in accidents. Some examples included when Robin Liddell lost power right beside him with 16:71 to go; when Plumb went on and off the track next to him coming out of the Inner Loop with 10:12 to go, and when Carter spun across the track on the final lap. Afterwards Hindman said he was also dealing with a broken sway bar or shock throughout his stint.
 
Kemper qualified seventh in the No. 31 Porsche Cayman, which is sponsored by VeriStor, Bodymotion, the Apex Sports Car Academy and Delaware Investments. He took off like a rocket at the drop of the green flag and was fourth by lap two. The rookie from Thermal, Calif. moved into third on lap five when Sarah Cattaneo’s car lost its clutch. Derek Jones (no relation to Devin) passed him on lap 11 to push him back to fourth, but he stayed in that position before dropping to tenth after a pit stop around lap 20. He clawed his way back up to seventh before he pitted for Devin Jones to take over around lap 24. Jones fell to 12th and then 13th after that round of pit stops and some time lost getting around a lapped car.
 
Jones persevered, however. The Mooresville, N.C.-based driver was back in tenth with 5:24 to go after Pumpelly stopped in Turn 9. He continued to push, setting the car’s fastest lap of the race on lap 41. Hindman’s fastest lap was also near the end of the race, as he set it on lap 40.
 
The race will air on FOX Sports 1 on Sunday, July 9 from 10 a.m. to noon Eastern.
 
Post-race quotes follow:
Cameron Cassels, co-driver, No. 12 Bodymotion Racing Porsche Cayman GT4:
“At the beginning of the stint the car seemed fine. There were a lot of grip issues as we went along; the track definitely started to rubber up and we started to slide around more. The car was great and was well prepared. We were in a great position and we were very confident going into this race. 
 
“The big picture is the season is one long race, so to come in fourth today still puts us in a great position in the points race. We walk out of here holding our heads high because we maintain the points lead and the car is still in one piece.
 
“It was super-sunny for a long time. Then as soon as you climb the hill out of Turn 7 you look up and see a curtain of water coming. We were all in the same boat out there, literally. It definitely got slick really fast. It didn’t last a long time, but when it did open up it sure dropped a lot of water on the track. 
 
“This is definitely a rhythm track; that’s why I like it so much. Drake Kemper mentioned that it’s like a street course with elevation changes. You have to get into a rhythm. It took me a little bit to get that rhythm. I didn’t lose a lot of time, but I definitely could have made up some positions. I had more pace than a couple cars, but I just couldn’t get around them early. By the time I seemed to find my rhythm we were catching ST cars, and then there was traffic all around, and then the skies opened up.
 
“A lot of our families were here this weekend and they’ll be at Mosport next weekend. We really want to get back onto the top step of the podium. We definitely would have taken another podium position today, but coming out of here still with the points lead and the car still in one piece, that’s a success.”
 
Trent Hindman, co-driver, No. 12 Bodymotion Racing Porsche Cayman GT4:
“I’m not sure; maybe we had broken a sway bar or we might have lost a shock at some point in the race. Cameron had warned me on the radio when I got in that the car was a bit to handle, and definitely different than the package we had in practice. That truly showed itself once the race went green, especially on these stop-and-go restarts. It was definitely tough. 
 
“But overall, we’re in this for a championship. It would have been very easy for me to put my hands up and say this isn’t our day and just hang out and let people go, but that’s not what I’m about, it’s not what Bodymotion Racing is about, it’s not what Trim Tex is about, and it’s not what Cameron Cassels is about. 
 
“We’re in a fight for a championship all the way until the bitter end. I think we were sixth near the end but we got a fourth out of it. We picked up two positions at the very end. 
 
“It’s disappointing that we couldn’t come home with a win, but I thank the Bodymotion Racing crew for pulling together.
 
“Continental [Tires] gave us a brand new, very much improved tire for this year. We love it. But at the end of the day when you have a major mechanical issue, you’re just along for the ride really, and we did our best to manage and negate the damage. I think this was a very positive day in terms of the championship.”

HINDMAN: Watkins Glen Debrief

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While packing the race gear that I needed for the weekend, I did my usual last minute check of the weather to see if the forecasts had changed.

Nope. It still appeared to be a pretty nasty Fourth of July weekend… lots of rain everyday, even strong thunderstorms being predicted.

For most, that was the last piece of information they wanted, especially when heading to the racetrack for a weekend of competition. For me, however, it was exactly what I wanted to hear (aside from the prediction of thunderstorms, of course).

There are not many other things I enjoy more in this world than racing in the rain.

A situation that I used to loathe more than anything else, at some point in my karting career I found that if I ever wanted to become competitive and win races in adverse weather conditions, I must learn to love it, and I did.

So, what does any of that have to do with driving a Porsche Cayman GT4 Clubsport GS in the Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge, you may ask?

The possibility of a wet race gave me the utmost confidence that we had more than a solid shot at victory and a race where the Bodymotion Racing team, Cameron Cassels, and I could really do some damage in the GS championship and extend our points lead.

Unfortunately it didn’t all go down the way I had hoped, actually very much the opposite, but nonetheless it was still a positive event for us.

Working hard on our car all throughout practice and qualifying, I think it’s pretty fair to say that Cam and I were pleased with what we had underneath us.

Although we did not lead any practice session, we knew we were very strong in the areas that we could directly control, so you really cannot ask for much more than that.

Some minor set up changes had helped, but for the most part we rolled off the truck in fairly decent shape, which is always confidence inspiring, especially on these race weekends where you really do not have much time for tuning your equipment.

In one of the strangest qualifying sessions I’ve seen in quite some time with some ST cars that unfortunately found the infamous “blue bushes” on their in-laps along with a drying racetrack and a fundamental misunderstanding of the rule book by the GS field under red flag conditions, it had made the last ditch qualifying lap put in by Cameron just that much more important. We would roll off the grid in 10th for Saturday’s two hour race.

Seeing some of the intense rain storms just passing the Watkins Glen International circuit to the north and a steady line of dark clouds following, this is where I was really hoping that, for once, the Weather Channel was correct in their predictions for sustained rain.

Our race was off to a very clean start with Cam netting one or two extra positions at turn one and he was immediately taking off, trying to catch the next pack of cars ahead. Approaching the 45 minute mark, the rain started coming down. Hard.

I loved what I was seeing since I knew this was our legitimate shot at a victory. Unfortunately as soon as that storm had rolled in, it was right back out with only a stretch of cloudless blue sky following. Damn.

Whatever, I was still confident in the car that I had underneath me to be able to take advantage of the restart following a lengthy red flag for weather and push to the front, but that did not happen.

I found myself outgunned pretty quickly and all I could do was defend as hard as possible and minimize the loss of ground in the championship.

We finished P4; a gift if you ask me since our pace was not very close to that position. That one was hard fought to say the least, and with the efforts by Cam and the Bodymotion team, we head to CTMP with our GS championship lead in tact.

With some frustration following the CTSC race, I was forced to quickly let go of it and move on, as I had to be ready to fight for a victory in Lamborghini Super Trofeo race two with Riccardo Agostini and the Prestige Performance/Wayne Taylor Racing team.

The pressure was on since Ricky put together one hell of a qualifying lap and put the No. 1 car on the pole! The guy went on to lead every single lap of his stint, without too much pressure from behind, and I was fortunate enough to hop in and do the very same.

For me, it came right down to the finish line but a win is a win and I sure was glad to be leaving my favorite track in the world on a high note.

Once again I thank the entire Bodymotion Racing team, Trim Tex, Prestige Performance, Wayne Taylor Racing, Lamborghini Squadra Corse, Cameron, and Ricky for making it possible for me to run, with success, in two very competitive championships.

I’m incredibly lucky to work with such phenomenal groups of people. CTMP is a little more relaxed in terms of scheduling but the intensity will very much be the same as Cam and I continue our fight for the GS championship.

LAMBORGHINI SQUADRA CORSE Selects 23 Young Talents

FOR THE 2017 EDITION OF THE YOUNG DRIVERS PROGRAM

The Young Drivers Program, established in 2014, was the first of the four talent programs created by Lamborghini Squadra Corse to give young drivers the opportunity to build a career in Motorsport. Now in its fourth edition, the Young Drivers Program is the “scholarship” for drivers (aged 17-26) already racing in the Super Trofeo one-make series in Europe, Asia and North America.

After examining the potential members to be included in the 2017 program during winter tests and the first races of the three continental series of the Super Trofeo, Lamborghini Squadra Corse has selected the 23 participants who will take part in the 2017 edition. Some drivers of the past edition have been reconfirmed, such as Ben Gersekowski, Loris Spinelli, Nicolas Costa, Bar Baruch and Rik Breukers.

Some others have been promoted and have gained access to the upper level, the GT3 Junior Program, starting from the 2016 Super Trofeo world champion, Dennis Lind.

Many, instead, are the new entries who are going to become part of the Lamborghini Squadra Corse family: for example the young drivers who emerged during the winter in the new Super Trofeo Middle East series, such as the champion of the series Axcil Jefferies, the German Carrie Schreiner and her teammates Jack Bartholomew and Richard Goddard, to continue with the promising Jonathan Cecotto, Kikko Galbiati, Mikael Grenier, Jan Kisiel, Christopher Dreyspring and Yuki Nemoto, who are demonstrating their potential in the Super Trofeo Europe.  Brandon Gdovic and Trent Hindman are instead standing out in the North American series.

Here is the complete member list of the 2017 Young Drivers Program of Lamborghini Squadra Corse.

Alain Valente

Alex Jia Tong Liang

Arthur Janosz

Axcil Jefferies

Bar Baruch

Ben Gersekowski

Brandon Gdovic

Carrie Schreiner

Cecotto Jonathan

Kikko Galbiati

Christopher Dreyspring

Jack Bartholomew

Jan Kisiel

Lorenzo Veglia

Loris Spinelli

Lucas Mauron

Mikael Grenier

Morgan Haber

Nicolas Costa

Richard Goddard

Rik Breukers

Trent Hindman

Yuki Nemoto

 

Young Drivers’ activities during the Super Trofeo weekends

Being a member of the Young Drivers Program of Lamborghini Squadra Corse means having access to a wide range of professional growth opportunities. During every round of the Super Trofeo, for example, the young drivers are assisted on track by a new staff specifically set up by Lamborghini Squadra Corse for this season: Raffaele Giammaria, director of the Federal School ACI Sport, is the new supervisor of the youth programs of the Motorsport department. The experienced Italian driver, together with the Federal School instructors, has the task of teaching all the necessary know-how to young drivers. Before each race, drivers receive a dossier specifically prepared to inform them about the sporting regulations and race track. Over the weekend, they attend meetings to discuss the course of free practice and qualifying sessions and another fixture is the track walk, i.e. a walk on track to discover, centimeter by centimeter, all the secrets of the circuit where they are going to race.

After each round, drivers are required to compile a report, identical to that written by the Lamborghini Factory Drivers, in which everyone makes a technical and personal account of the race weekend, to look for any minimum improvement margin for the following races.

Training camp in Imola and Sant’Agata Bolognese

But the most important events are the training camps organized by Lamborghini Squadra Corse throughout the year, namely specific sessions involving both the drivers of the Young Drivers Program and those of the GT3 Junior Program. The sessions take place in Imola and Sant’Agata Bolognese in June and September, with three days of full immersion in the Lamborghini world. In the factory, the drivers have the opportunity to get to know the brand, by visiting the production lines, the museum and the various departments. The Imola circuit is where training takes place: the young drivers have the opportunity to participate in test sessions and in the development of Huracán Super Trofeos and GT3s, together with the engineers of Lamborghini Squadra Corse and Pirelli. By driving cars on track for development purposes and not for competing, drivers can sharpen their sensitivity and learn how to best communicate their sensations to race engineers, which is a crucial aspect in the training of drivers.

Then there is athletic preparation, under the supervision of performance coaches specialized in Motorsport, who have the task of monitoring and improving the drivers’ physical preparation through targeted training sessions. Lastly, there is also theory, with classroom sessions about communication, behavioral notions, racecar engineering and Lamborghini road cars. In this way, drivers can become complete professionals.

Certified Lamborghini Accademia instructors

One of the opportunities offered to youth program drivers is to become instructor drivers of the Lamborghini Accademia, the official driving school open not only to Lamborghini customers but also to all enthusiasts. Those who prove to have the right attitude to carry out this parallel activity are further trained to practice this profession, which is different from being a professional driver. To increase the quality of its services, Lamborghini Squadra Corse obtained the certification of all its Accademia drivers/instructors through a practical and theoretical training course held in Vallelunga at the Federal School ACI Sport last January.

Lamborghini Squadra Corse certified Tüv ISO 9001

Since the beginning of 2017, Lamborghini Squadra Corse, the Motorsport department of Automobili Lamborghini, has been certified ISO 9001. To award this certification, the TÜV Italia team verified the certification, development, manufacturing and assistance processes of race cars as well as the organizational and management aspects of competitions during sporting events on European tracks.

By handing in the certification to Stefano Domenicali, Chairman & Chief Executive Officer of Automobili Lamborghini, the Managing Director of TÜV Italia, Oliver Jacob, wanted to emphasize how Lamborghini Squadra Corse dealt with the complexity of this certification with a high level of commitment, a characteristic of the sporting tradition of Automobili Lamborghini.

Bodymotion Racing Regains Point Lead In CTSCC Championship With a Third Place Finish at COTA

AUSTIN, Texas, May 5 – Bodymotion Racing of Ocean Township, N.J. regained the point lead in the top class, Grand Sport, in the IMSA Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge (CTSCC) series Friday afternoon with a thrilling third-place finish in the series’ two-hour race at the Circuit of the Americas (COTA) road course in Austin, Texas. 
 
Co-drivers Cameron Cassels of Coldstream, British Columbia, Canada, and Trent Hindman of Wayside, N.J. had to conserve both their Continental tires and their VP Racing fuel in order to finish on the podium with their Bodymotion Racing Porsche Cayman GT4 No. 12, which is sponsored by Bodymotion, Delaware Investments and TrimTex. They also had to battle the track conditions, as the heat of the day on this Cinco de Mayo holiday made the 3.4-mile, 20-turn road course very greasy, especially in the late stages of the 47-lap race. 
 
Cassels qualified 12th but he had worked his way into the top 10 by lap seven despite conserving the car so Hindman could make a push at the end. As it turned out the driver change occurred during one of two full-course cautions on lap 21. The Bodymotion pit crew performed flawlessly on the stop. Coupled with some problems suffered by some rivals, Hindman was able to start work from the fourth position when the green flew again on lap 26 with 47 minutes remaining.
From that point on Hindman applied pressure to everyone around him. He took third on lap 28 from Dillon MacHaven, passed Marc Miller for second on the following lap, and even led lap 35 after a stirring battle with Robin Liddell. Two McLarens driven by Matt Plumb and Nico Rondet then took command, but Hindman kept the pressure up the rest of the way for the podium finish.
 
Bodymotion Racing’s entry in the Street Tuner class, the No. 31 Porsche Cayman driven by Devin Jones of Mooresville, N.C. and Drake Kemper of Thermal, Calif., was unfortunately withdrawn from the event after a fire during the preliminary action. Jones was driving at the time but luckily was not hurt. Bodymotion, Veristor, the Apex Sports Car Academy and Delaware Investments sponsor the No. 31 entry.
 
Friday’s race will be broadcast on Fox Sports 1 on Saturday, May 13 from 12:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. Eastern time.
 
The next event is part of the Sahlen’s Six Hours of the Glen June 29-July 2 at Watkins Glen International in Watkins Glen, N.Y. July is a busy month for the series, as it will also appear at Canadian Tire Motorsports Park in Bowmanville, Ontario on July 7-9 and at Lime Rock Park in Lakeville, Conn. on July 21-22. 
Post-race quotes follow: 
 
Cameron Cassels, co-driver, No. 12 Bodymotion Racing Porsche Cayman GT4:
“I was happy to get through it [the race]. Coming into this weekend I got sick just before I arrived here, and have been trying to battle a cold. Having a cold in Texas in the heat is no fun. We were on the pace when we needed to be, so it was nice. We used the practice sessions to get our set-up and pace. We kept at a good race pace during the race. We were always in the hunt. Fuel was the biggest thing for us today. I can’t believe we actually finished third without running out of fuel. Trent did a great job with full conservation. In the end it was third place, but for us it’s a big points day. We lost a lot of ground at Sebring but this makes up for it.” 
 
Trent Hindman, co-driver, No. 12 Bodymotion Racing Porsche Cayman GT4:
“It was definitely nerve racking, especially in the beginning. We just weren’t sure how our strategy would play out. Cameron definitely got up to speed well, but we had a hard time in traffic. I experienced that too during my stint. Fortunately everything worked out in our favor. We got a bit lucky with some yellows right in the middle of the race, but then the pressure was on when I kept hearing ‘Conserve fuel, conserve fuel, conserve fuel!’ You’re trying to push hard and go forward but you have to hold yourself back a little bit. I was definitely worried about that. 
           
“At the end of the day Mark Manning, our engineer, gave us a fantastic car. We had a really great strategy, but unfortunately we didn’t quite have the straight-line speed of the McLarens, That’s okay; we’re going to be strong the rest of the year; I know that much. Big thanks to the Bodymotion guys and Trim Tex. Cameron drove very well all weekend long and did his job beautifully as always. Now we’ll go on to Watkins Glen, which is my favorite!”
 
Geoff Abel, competition director, Bodymotion, Inc.:
“Today was a full team victory from car preparation, to the set-up, to the strategy, to the guys behind the wall. We had flawless execution all day. What we needed today was points. Today was all about bringing home some points, which we were able to do and have now retaken the points lead.”
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