Brandon Gdovic and Bryan Ortiz of Precision Performance Motorsports took home the ProAm crown on the strength of a second-place class finish in their race. Victor Gomez of Change Racing and John Hennessy of O’Gara Motorsport/US RaceTronics clinched the Am and LB Cup titles, respectively, by winning their World Final class races Sunday.
After winning Saturday’s first ProAm race, Gdovic and Ortiz needed a second-place finish in Sunday’s race for Pro and ProAm teams to secure the overall title. Relegated to 15th overall starting position, however, they had to battle through the field with an ill-handling No. 146 Precision Performance Motorsports, Lamborghini Palm Beach Lamborghini Huracán Super Trofeo EVO.
“I struggled and Brandon struggled as well when he got in the car, but he pushed hard and made the move when we needed,” said Ortiz, who drove the opening stint in the 50-minute race for Pro and ProAm drivers on the Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli. “With two laps to go, he made the pass to second and that put us in the winning position for the world title. I’m very happy, for sure.”
“I knew I had to make a pass (for second place), made a move and made it work. It was pretty awesome to bring home a World Final championship for Bryan and it’s actually my second World Final championship, so it’s pretty cool for me as well.”
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