Grand-Am GT Class
The next stop for Autohaus and Stevenson Motorsports is the 2.258-mile, 13-turn Mid-Ohio sports car course. The race will take place on June 9th and will be shown live at 4:30 PM on the Speed channel. Fresh off a podium finish for both teams in Detroit, they will be contending for valuable points in the driver, team and manufacturer standings. Currently Chevrolet holds second place in the Manufacturer championship, and the teams hope to close a six-point deficit behind Ferrari. In the team championship standings Stevenson Motorsports is in second place and Autohaus holds the fifth spot. Robin Liddell, driver of the Stevenson #57 Katech-powered Camaro holds second place in the driver’s championship.
Trans-Am TA2 Class
With a 25-race history dating back to 1967, the Trans-Am series returns to Mid-Ohio sports car course for round three of the championship in Lexington, Ohio, June 8th-10th. Miller Racing will be fielding two cars, as Mike Miller’s Katech-powered Camaro is back in the hunt and is ready to race. Pete Halmser finished in second place at the last race at Lime Rock, and also holds second place in the points standings.
ADAC GT Masters
Reiter Engineering has developed a 5th generation Camaro racecar, powered by a thundering Katech 7.9 liter engine and built to take on the exotic European competition. The combination of the chassis technology that Reiter Engineering is known for and the remarkably powerful, yet durable Katech Motorsports engine creates a menacing track warrior that is ready to take on all challengers. With it’s muscular build, a potent 7.9 liter engine and charcteristic American V8 rumble, this contender is a crowd pleaser in the ADAC GT Masters. YACO Racing will be fielding two Camaro GT’s this weekend at Saschenring; a 2.3 mile, 11-turn road course that stretches over a scenic area of Eastern Germany.