The Historic Sportscar Racing (HSR) Fall Historics wrapped up Sunday at the Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta, where the weekend’s top race winners continued to rack up the wins with overall and category wins in a pair of BRM Endurance Challenge races on Saturday. afternoon and Sunday morning.
Todd Treffert won the HSR Classic RS Cup race on Saturday morning with his Porsche 911 IROC Speedconcepts 1974 # 141 prepared by the 901 Shop and ended the day with another race victory. Treffert took overall and GT Classic (GTC) class victory in the one-hour BRM race.
On Sunday morning, Eric Lux clinched a perfect three-for-three in the HSR race victories at the Fall Historics with an overall and GT Modern (GTM) class victory in his 2011 Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG GT3 no. 001 prepared by Goldcrest Motorsports. Lux drove the same car to victory in Saturday’s HSR Stoner Car Care Global GT race in addition to scoring the Sasco Sports International / American Challenge overall and the Porsche class victory in his # 0 Goldcrest Porsche 911 RSR on Friday. 1973.
The other BRM Endurance race winners were Tom McGlynn who claimed victory in the Vintage category on Saturday in his No.8 Porsche 914/6 901 Shop.
Mark Brannon won the Prototype category in Sunday’s BRM race and finished second overall in his 2007 B&B Motorsports # 78 Elan DP02. Ray Snowdon joined Lux ââand Brannon on the overall podium in third position and clinched second place honors from Prototype in his # 60 2017 Ligier JS P320 LMP3.
The BRM historic class victory went to Kevin Wheeler during a solo drive in the No.51 Porsche 911 of KMW Motorsports 1973.
Wheeler finished fifth overall and just behind Les Long and Lonnie Pechnik, who co-piloted second in GTM and fourth overall in the 2009 Air Power Racing Porsche GT3 Cup # 496.
Angus Haig completed the GTM podium with a third place in his 2016 Porsche Cayman GT n Â° 05, while the leading trio in Prototype was completed by the 2011 Sasco Sports “PC car” n Â° 125 Oreca FLM09 co-piloted by Richard Carlino and Dave Handy.
The top three in Saturday’s GTC also represented the top three in the overall standings. Treffert was joined on the podium by Fred Schulte and his co-driver Aaron Nash, who finished second in Schulte’s # 31 Porsche 911 IROC in 1973, and David Hinton who finished third in the # 14 Porsche 911 RSR from 1974 The Porsche n Â° 31 and n Â° 14 are both prepared by Heritage Motorsports.
In addition to McGlynn, the BRM Vintage podium featured Craig Watkins second in his 1968 Porsche 911 # 46 and third George Kovakas in his # 114 Porsche 951 Turbo in 1986.
The other podiums were Davis Jones, who finished second in Historic in the 1983 No.16 Tiga SC83 and Kenneth Greenberg, who crossed the finish line third in his No.836 Air Power Porsche 911/993 RSR Racing 1996.
The Fall Historics was the last race for competitors before the seventh edition of the HSR Classic Daytona presented by IMSA, the 24 hour classic race at Daytona International Speedway (DIS), from October 27 to 31. For more information, visit http: // www. HSRRace.com and buy tickets at http://www.HSRTickets.com.