Michelin Pilot Challenge Race Results
Canadians in the race finished in the following positions:
1st #3 Motorsports In Action
2nd #60 Kyle Marcelli/Nate Stacy
8th #22 Scott Maxwell/Seb Priaulx
3rd #21 Mark Wilkins/Harry Gottsacker
5th #23 James Vance/Max Faulkner
Congratulations to Kyle Marcelli (2nd in GS) and Mark Wilkins (1st in TC) on their podium finishes today
Below is a list of where the Canadian drivers finished in today’s IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge race from Sebring Florida.
2nd #60 Kyle Marcelli/Nate Stacy KohrTex Motorsports
8th #22 Scott Maxwell/Seb Priaulx Multimatic Motorsports
14th #38 Thomas Collingwood/Jan Heylen BGB Motorsports
1st #21 Mark Wilkins/Harry Gottsacker Bryan Herta Autosport
4th #23 James Vance/Max Faulker Speed Syndicate
Photo By: ©Ray MacAloney/cdn-r.com
AWA Team Release:
After starting the 2020 IMSA championship from pole position in Daytona, the AWA racing team was ready to continue that momentum at Sebring in March when Covid related travel restrictions put that plan on hold.
Team Principal Andrew Wojteczko said “We’ve been carefully monitoring the Covid situation both at home and in the USA. Non-Essential travel restrictions have been further extended until late July at the earliest coupled with quarantine requirements upon returning to Canada. This presents significant challenges for our team to continue in the revised IMSA championship.”
“We are excited to have the opportunity to compete in the premier Canadian championship’s revised schedule” continued Wojteczko. Orey Fidani along with coaching from Kuno Wittmer will contest the 6 race championship over 3 weekends with the goal of securing top honours in the fastest GT category. Our hopes are travel limitations will ease and we can safely return to IMSA competition later in the year, possibly for Watkins Glen in September, but we will have to wait and see. For now, we have a championship to focus on and an opportunity to get back to the track.”
The team gets rolling again at the first CTCC official test at Shannonville Motorsport Park June 20th. The season kicks off at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park July 25-26 for rounds #1 and #2, rounds #3 and #4 take place at Shannonville Motorsport park August 14-16th, finally rounds #5 and #6 are at Calabogie Motorsport park August 28-30th.
Thank you to our team partners Orlando Corp, McLaren Toronto, OMP, Spyder, Projekt, Urbinco, Places.co, Wurth, C17 Media, McLaren Customer Racing, Artistic Interlock, Daisy Toronto, AutoRemotes.ca. Photos by Jordan Lenssen
Be sure to follow along on the team website at awa.team, on Instagram @awaracingteam and on Facebook @AWAracingteam.
Here is the latest IMSA 2020 scheduled released as of 15/May/2020. Unfortunately due to the current COVID-19 situation the race in July @CTMPOfficial has had to be cancelled.
The International Motor Sports Association (IMSA) and the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course announced today that the 2020 Acura Sports Car Challenge at Mid-Ohio originally set for May 1-3, 2020, has been rescheduled to Sept. 25-27, 2020.
The IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship and IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge series are confirmed to run on the new September weekend. Additional series updates, broadcast information and event schedules will be announced as they become available.
The rescheduled date is subject to the ongoing guidance and mandates of national, state and local authorities regarding public gatherings. The health and safety of all associated with this event will remain our priority.
Previously purchased tickets will be honored on the rescheduled Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course dates of Sept. 25-27, 2020. Email for additional information at email@example.com
for questions on ticket purchases, or visit midohio.com/imsafaq
for further details.