GT America Powered by AWS Progresses Through Practice 2 at Sebring

23 September 2022 GT America
  • George Kurtz, CrowdStrike Racing Mercedes-AMG once again quickest in SRO3
  • Jason Bell, GMG Aston Martin at the top of GT4
  • Provisional Results

Sebring, Florida - The SRO World Challenge weekend moved along smoothly Friday afternoon, with the GT America powered by AWS field taking to Sebring’s long and fast circuit for the second time of the day. Unlike the morning session, red flags didn’t take away any valuable track time, and many racers set blistering lap times that were within a second of each other.

In SRO3, George Kurtz once again set the fastest lap of the session with a 2:03.288 in his #04 CrowdStrike by Riley Motorsports Mercedes-AMG GT3. Less than half-a-second behind Kurtz was Jason Harward in the #88 Zelus Motorsports Lamborghini Huracan GT3 with a 2:03:562, followed by Mirco Schultis in the #70 Mishumotors Callaway Corvette C7 GT3-R with a 2:04.146, and Jeff Burton in the #191 TR3 Racing Lamborghini Huracan GT3 claiming a 2:04.352.

In GT4, Jason Bell claimed the quickest lap of the lot with a 2:13.448 behind the wheel of his #2 GMG Racing Aston Martin Vantage AMR GT4. Ross Chouest set the second-fastest lap of 2:13.646 in his #50 Chouest Provoledo Aston Martin Vantage AMR GT4, and Andy Pilgrim grabbed the third-quickest in the #3 Regal Motorsports / Bartone Brothers Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 Clubsport MR with a 2:14.047. Up next was Bryan Putt with a 2:14.471 in the #15 BSport Racing Aston Martin Vantage AMR GT4, followed by Seth Lucas with a 2:14.485 in his #016 Hattori Motorsports Toyota GR Supra GT4.

Qualifying begins tomorrow, Saturday, at 8:00 AM Eastern.

The weekend schedule, live timing and scoring, and session reports are available at gtamerica.us. Check out race live streams for free on YouTube at GT World

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