The drivers of the NARRA USGT Championship series squared off against one another in the final points round of 2014 at the PartsRack Grand Prix of Sebring. The final race did not disappoint and resulted in some of only for you the most exciting racing of the season. With championships on the line, and the final round scored as double points, finishing well was critical.
In GT3 class qualifying, David Ricci (South East Guardrail Chevrolet Camaro) was the class leader by more than five seconds over John Walczak (CorningData.com, DSglobal.com, Lotus of Pittsburgh, Lotus Exige S). However, Ricci was ordered to the rear of the grid by officials for missing the mandatory pre-race drivers meeting. He pushed hard and set the fastest GT3 lap of the race and finished 3rd. Ahead of Ricci, in the closest USGT finish of the season, Zach Davis (Chevrolet Corvette) and Walczak crossed the cialis free sample line only 0.362 seconds apart. Davis crossed the line first for the win followed by Walczak in 2nd. Ricci scored the GT3 championship title and cialis no rx Walczak climbed to viagra prescription 2nd. David Richardson finished 3rd.
The GT2 class pole sitter Tom Atherton (Iguana Mia Restaurants of SW Florida Viper) led the class from the start and never looked back. He took the win followed by David Greenman (RH Motorsports Corvette). Joe Moholland, having also competed in the Time Trial competition finished in third place. Unfortunately a mechanical issue prevented Moholland from making a run at the lead and he was forced to return to the paddock early in the race. Moholland had the last laugh however, taking the GT2 championship for the season. Greenman consistently finished every race he was in this year and earned 2nd overall. Atherton’s points earned him 3rd place overall in the championship.
Barry Davison (Autoquest Porsche 911) had earned the GT1 class pole with a 2:09.383 over Johnathan Summerton’s (Flat Out Motorsports Viper) 2:09.615. Russ Oasis (PartsRack Viper), Kathy Stout (Coastal Pet Viper), and Keith Prociuk (HP Tuners, Archer Racing, Bad Boyzz Camaro), completed the grid. With less than 3 seconds separating top from the bottom, the class was setting themselves up for another great race. Once the green flag dropped, Davison never relented, earning the class victory. Oasis and Stout took advantage of discount levitra Summerton’s misfortune when he ran out of fuel on propecia sale the last lap. At the checker, Oasis was 2nd and Stout 3rd. Prociuk, while finishing 5th in the race, was the seasons top GT1 points winner and was crowned as the 2014 GT1 champion. Oasis claimed 2nd and Stout 3rd.
The GTU points leader Jim Stout (Viper) was faced with major competition from two pro series drivers, Dan Knox (ACS Manufacturing, Inc. Viper) and Louis-Philippe Montour (Lebon, Complete Performance, Nord Quest Viper). Even with the challenge ahead, Stout opted to change tires and start from the rear of the grid. Knox had won the GTU pole and hoochhound.com led the field to the green flag. Once the action began, Knox opened up a lead on the rest of the field, recording a best lap of 2:03.633. Knox appeared to back off slightly when rain began to fall. L.P. Montour, showing tremendous wet driving ability, never let up. Late in the race L.P. Montour overtook Knox for the overall win and 1st place in GTU with Knox a close 2nd. Marc Montour (Lebon, Complete Performance, Nord Quest Viper) capitalized on Stout’s gearbox issues and passed him to real viagra without a prescription take 3rd place for the race. Once the dust had settled, the results meant that Stout continued his reign as the GTU national champion. Stout was the recipient another trophy as the winner of the Viper Racing League. All Vipers competing in the USGT championship earn points towards the title. Brian Faessler (Paul’s Automotive Ford Mustang) was 2nd in the championship and also earned the Skip Thomas Rookie of the Year award. For his accomplishment, Faessler was presented with a Cool Shirt Club Sport system that was donated by NARRA sponsor Cool Shirt. Mike Hartley (RH Motorsports Viper), though absent from Sebring finished 3rd.