Bumpers: respected. Wins: taken.
When 2 fight...
The customer teams in the GTD class were less lucky, but showed the same level of commitment. Here, the 911 GT3 R cars from Pfaff Motorsports and Wright Motorsports fought large parts of the race amongst themselves. In the end, Le Mans winner Laurens Vanthoor in start number 9 emerged victorious after a final sprint of around 20 minutes. But it wasn't just his two co-drivers Lars Kern – that's right, the Porsche development driver – and Zacharie Robichon who had reason to celebrate. 2 seconds later, the Wright Motorsports 911 GT3 R streaked across the finish line to secure a strong second place for the Long/Hindman/Heylen trio. And class wins with the start numbers 75 and 76 for us at Sebring. So, you could say: it doesn't matter if things get bumpy, as long as the result is right.
With this in mind, we look forward to the next race on 16 May at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course.