SprintX Competitors Move From Wine Country to Cheese Country at Road America

SprintX Competitors Move From Wine Country to Cheese Country at Road America

Elkhart Lake, WI - Rounds 9, 10, and 11 of the 2020 Pirelli GT4 America SprintX season take place in the land of cheese, brats and beer - Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin’s Road America, a 4.048 mile, 14-turn natural terrain road course.  23 cars will line up to do battle with a special appearance from a beloved Pirelli GT4 America program.

Panoz Racing makes a surprise return to the series with two cars entered for Pro-Am pair Matt Keegan and Ian James driving the #50 Panoz Esparante Avezzano and Preston Calvert and Romain De Angelis in the #51 entry, also racing in the Pro-Am division.

GMG Racing will field a single Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 for Jason Bell and Andrew Davis driving the #2 entry in Pro-Am. Bell and Davis finished third in class for Race 1 at Sonoma Raceway last time out.

NOLASPORT returns to the grid with three strong entries featuring Am-championship leaders Sean Gibbons and Zac Anderson driving the #7 Porsche 718 Cayman GT4, David Walker and Russell Walker in the #46, and Pro-Am championship leaders Matt Travis and Jason Hart in the #47. 

Bsport Racing brings the #15 Aston Martin Vantage GT4 with Kenton Koch and Bryan Putt competing in Pro-Am. The duo finished on the podium twice at Sonoma in rounds 7 and 8.

Rearden Racing enters two cars with Kris Wilson and John Allen, round 7 Am winners, driving the #16 Mercedes AMG GT4, and Jeff Burton and Vesko Kozarov driving the #91 Aston Martin Vantage GT4 in Pro-Am.

TRG LaSalle Solutions will bring the #17 Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 for the Am-competing Derek DeBoer and James Rappaport, who currently sit second in the class championship.

Stephen Cameron Racing returns with the #19 BMW M4 GT4 for 2019 champs Greg Liefooghe and Sean Quinlan in Pro-Am. 

Flying Lizard Motorsports sees two Pro-Am entries with Michael Dinan and Robby Foley, winners of rounds 7 and 8, driving the #21 Aston Martin Vantage GT4 and Michael Cooper and Erin Vogel driving the #30 McLaren 570S GT4. 

CCR Team TFB bring along a single Silver entry for Cole Ciraulo and Tim Barber, round 8 winners, driving the #25 BMW M4 GT4.

Classic BMW's lone entry in the two-driver SprintX competition consists of the #26 BMW M4 GT4 with Toby Grahovec and Chandler Hull, round 4 winners, alternating turns behind the wheel. 

ST Racing crosses the border with two Silver-classed BMW M4 GT4s with championship leaders Nick Wittmer and Harry Gottsacker driving the #28, and Samantha Tan and Jon Miller, currently third in the title hunt, in the #38.

RS1’s two-car effort is back with Joe Dalton and Patrick Gallagher driving the #33 Aston Martin Vantage GT4 in Pro-Am, and Charlie Belluardo and Jen Heylen piloting the #37 Porsche Cayman CS MR in Pro-Am. 

Andretti Autosport's championship-chasing #36 Window World of Michigan McLaren 570S GT4 hosts Silver duo Colin Mullan and Jarrett Andretti who sit only 2 points behind the current points leaders. 

BGB Motorsports looks to improve its rounds 4 and 5 third-place Am-class showing with the #69 Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 piloted by Tom Colingwood and John Tecce.

Marco Polo Motorsports drivers Nicolai Elghanayan and Mads Siljehaug, overall and class winners of round 7, seek to add another podium showing in the #71 KTM X-bow GT4 . 

Compass Racing return to SprintX action with Ray Mason and Ross Thompson driving the #77 McLaren 570S GT4 in Am.

BimmerWorld bring a single Pro-Am entry for Bill Auberlen and James Walker Jr, winners of rounds 3 and 4 at VIR, in their #82 BMW M4 GT4.

Round 9 of the 2020 Pirelli GT4 America SprintX season goes green on Friday, August 28th at 4:45pm CT, streaming live at https://www.gt4-america.com/live.


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