Pirelli GT4 America SprintX Holds Season Finale At The Racing Capital Of The World

25 September 2020 SprintX
  • 23 Cars to Battle out Season Finale at World-Famous Indianapolis Motor Speedway
  • IMS track to allow fans, spectators in special weekend of international auto racing.

Indianapolis, Ind. - Pirelli GT4 America SprintX competitors line up for rounds 15 and 16 of the 2020 season at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, a 2.4 mile, 13-turn road course located in Speedway, Indiana.

Andretti Autosport brings the #36 Window World of Michigan McLaren 570S GT4 for Colin Mullan and Jarrett Andretti, who are leading in Silver Driver championship points by just an edge over the number two contenders. The Andretti Autosport duo finished second in both rounds at COTA and hope that podium momentum can propel them to the top of the championship heap.

Following hot on the heels of the Andretti camp, ST Racing will enter a pair of BMW M4 GT4s in the Silver class with Nick Wittmer and Harry Gottsacker chasing the Andretti duo in the STR #28 car with just two points separating them going into the weekend, and team namesake Samantha Tan and co-driver Jon Miller looking to close the gap from their fourth-place standings in the #38.  

GMG Racing will field the #2 Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 of Jason Bell and Andrew Davis, overall winners of Race 2 at COTA, in the Pro-Am class. 

Motorsport USA enter the #3 McLaren 570S GT4 for Michael McAleenan and Dan Rogers, who took the Am-class victory for Race 2 at Circuit of the Americas last time out.

NOLASPORT brings along three Porsche 718 Cayman GT4s to the field with the #7 entry for recently crowned Am-class champions Zac Anderson and Sean Gibbons. Russell Walker and David Walker will pilot the #46 in Am, with Pro-Am championship leaders Matt Travis and Jason Hart driving the #47. 

Bsport Racing field the #15 Aston Martin Vantage GT4 for Kenton Koch and Bryan Putt, who finished fourth in COTA’s Race 2, in the Pro-Am division.

TRG bring the #17 Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 for James Rappaport and Derek DeBoer in Am. The duo finished an impressive third and fifth at COTA, respectively. 

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

Flying Lizard Motorsports enter two cars with Michael Dinan and Robby Foley, who won Race 1 at COTA and will fight for the Pro-Am crown at Indy, driving the #21 Aston Martin Vantage GT4. Michael Cooper and Erin Vogel will share the #30 McLaren 570S GT4, also in Pro-Am. 

CCR Racing Team TFB enter the #25 BMW M4 GT4 in the Silver class for Tim Barber and Cole Ciraulo, who currently sit fifth in the championship standings. 

Classic BMW will field the #26 BMW M4 GT4 in the Silver division for Chandler Hull and Toby Grahovec, who finished third in class at COTA’s Race 1.

Wittmer and Gottsacker claimed the Race 2 victory at Circuit of the Americas and are one of the favorites to claim the Silver-class championship.

NOTLAD Racing by RS1 enter the #33 Aston Martin Vantage GT4 for Patrick Gallagher and Joe Dalton, who grabbed a pair of top ten finishes at COTA, in the Pro-Am division.

RS1 also enters the #37 Porsche Cayman CS MR for Jan Heylen and Charlie Belluardo, who finished second and fifth in class at COTA, in Pro-Am.

Panoz Racing enters their two Esperante Avezzano GT4s with Ian James and Matt Keegan driving the #50 in Pro-Am, and Preston Calvert and Roman De Angelis in the #51. De Angelis, while paired with Parker Chase, took the Race 1 overall win at Circuit of the Americas last time out in Panoz’ late-season entry..

Marco Polo Motorsports will field the #71 KTM X-Bow GT4 for Mads Siljehaug and Nicolai Elghanayan, who won twice at Road America, in the Silver division.  The team will also enter the #74 KTM X-Bow GT4 for Vincent Piemonte and Dieter-Heinz Kijora in Am, making its season debut.

BimmerWorld enters the #82 BMW M4 GT4 for Bill Auberlen and James Walker Jr, who have won three times this season and sit third in the Pro-Am championship.

Rearden Racing will also bring the #91 Aston Martin Vantage GT4 for Vesko Kozarov and Jeff Burton, who took an eighth place finish in Race 2 at COTA. 

Pirelli GT4 America SprintX practice kicks off on Wednesday, September 30th with Race 1 going green on Thursday, October 1st at 5:05pm ET. Follow all of the action live and in real-time at https://www.gt4-america.com/live. 


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