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SRT Motorsports Race Report - SportsCar Grand Prix at Mosport
Posted by: newsla on Jul 14, 2014 - 07:09 AM
SRT Motorsports Race Report - SportsCar Grand Prix at Mosport

SRTĀ® (Street and Racing Technology) Motorsports recorded their second-consecutive dual podium when the team's Dodge Viper SRT GTS-Rs finished second and third at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park in the sixth event of the IMSA TUDOR United SportsCar Championship's GTLM season on Sunday.


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After taking second and third two weeks ago at New York's Watkins Glen International circuit, the Viper entries again shared the podium for the team's third-ever dual podium result. This double - a second-place result by the No. 93 Dodge Viper SRT GTS-R and third by the No. 91 - also gave the team shared podiums in back-to-back seasons at the Canadian Mosport track.

In both last year's Mosport race and recently at The Glen, the No. 91 Viper of Dominik Farnbacher and Marc Goossens placed second while the team's No. 93 Dodge entry with Jonathan Bomarito and Kuno Wittmer finished third.

With Sunday's double podium, the team flipped its result with Bomarito and Wittmer taking runner-up honors and the No. 91 finishing third.

Sunday's event could have very well produced a Viper victory too as pole-winning driver Wittmer led the race's first 41 laps. The Canada native was running up front and preparing to pit when he was run off course by a fellow GTLM competitor. Wittmer quickly recovered and returned to the track running second.

Despite the incident and following the pit sequence, Bomarito maintained second place and chased down the eventual race winner through two stints, setting the fastest GTLM race lap in the process, but ultimately settled for second at the finish as time ran out in the two hours and 45-minute sprint race.

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