GT Academy winner Bryan Heitkotter had a stunning weekend in the latest round of the Pirelli World Challenge series in the U.S. completing a third and fourth place finish in the two races.
The Californian qualified third fastest for race one and kept that spot through to the checkered flag to score his second podium of the season.
James Davison however had a disappointing start to the weekend – getting caught up in a lap one, turn one incident.
Heitkotter backed up his Saturday result with another strong drive on Sunday to score fourth at the flag. Davison was in full fight-back mode, rising from 17th on the grid to score a fifth place finish.
“Sunday’s start was pretty wild,” said Heitkotter. “I had a decent start but we were four wide going into the first turn. I got tagged sideways and lost a coupe of spots but I was able to fight my way back up to fourth at the end. We had a really strong run with both cars in fourth and fifth, and I was really pleased to have a strong points weekend after a disappointing weekend at Road America.”