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Carr Takes COTA
Greg Carr was on fire Tuesday night at COTA, taking the overall event win, the most laps lead, and the fastest lap time, with an incredible 2:05.497. Alvin Nieves edged out Tony Kloosterman by less than a second to finish second and third respectively.
Paul Maguire finished tops among the Am division, with Kyle Herring and Cleber Gomes rounded out the podium.
The competition and sportsmanship at GRAsim are incredible and you all deserve recognition for it. It is those qualities that make seasons, such as this one, as exciting as they are, and it all starts with quality drivers. Thank you.
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Nieves Is First Champ
With a knot of drivers heading to Texas with a shot at the inaugural GGT3 Championship it would be Alvin Nieves who would be standing atop the heap when the smoke cleared, edging out Greg Carr by a single point. Tony Kloosterman settled comfortably into third, while CP Allen and Mario Girard also took their battle down to the last race, finishing fourth and fifth respectfully.
Paul Maguire took top honors in the Am division, finishing well ahead of second place driver Kyle Herrin, who used the last race to sneak out in front of third place finisher Chris Sigmon. Jeffrey Jernigan, the GGT3's only non-BMW to finish with over 100-points, took fourth, while Covy Moore ended 2-points back in fifth.
NQR Team B took first in the Team Championship handily, with TriHard Motorsports and Pandemic Racing ending in second and third place respectfully.
Top BMW Driver- Alvin Nieves
Top MP4 Driver- Jeffrey Jernigan
Top RUF Driver- Joseph Yakes
That is the end of our first season! I would like to thank Matt Gelder for making all of the races happen, without him none of this is possible. Thanks to all the drivers who continue to make this an incredible league for people of all skill levels to participate in, you are the spirit of this league.