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Porsche Privateer Programs Earn Ten SRO Class Victories at Sonoma

Porsche privateer race teams earned ten class victories at Sonoma Raceway in California, August 6 – 9. The tally includes an overall race win for NOLASPORT in Race 1 of the SRO GT4 America SprintX series. The New Orleans, Louisiana-based operation was responsible for three total wins over the course of three races across two classes using the Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 Clubsport race cars. Wright Motorsports swept the Am class weekend in the SRO GT World Challenge America with two wins with the No. 20 Porsche 911 GT3 R race car. GMG Racing brought six Porsche customer race cars to the 2.51-mile race course in California’s “wine country”. The James Sofronas-lead operation secured a Pro/Am class win in Race 2 of the GT3-spec race series – third-place overall – with the No. 14 GMG Porsche 911 GT3 R race car. GMG also swept both 40-minute races of the GT Sports Club Iron and Titanium categories using the Porsche 911 GT2 RS Clubsport to give the veteran race team a total of five class victories for the weekend.

James Sofronas, Driver/Team Principal, GMG Motorsports.
“What an unprecedented weekend. Running eight cars with over 12 drivers and an unbelievable staff supporting this effort. I can’t thank the entire team and crew for all the hard work to pull this off. With over 30 personnel supporting eight cars, we had multiple wins, podiums and a lot of success. A big part of that was Porsche Motorsport. I am very happy with the results but thoroughly enjoyed the camaraderie and the competition with my friends, who also happen to be my clients. That’s half the fun in racing; spending time with fellow competitors you enjoy racing with.”

Zac Anderson, Driver, No. 7 NOLASPORT Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 Clubsport.
“Amazing, amazing, amazing weekend. My first race weekend at Sonoma and the NOLASPORT / OGH Porsche 718 Cayman Clubsport was so balanced it made it possible for us to come away with two class victories and a second even in the low grip conditions. To accomplish that as a team with my friends and sponsors from Trattore Farms cheering us on was just incredible.”

Source. Porsche

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