The madness that is a Pirelli World Challenge GTS class race has risen and fallen. This race had all the staples of a great race: close racing, plenty of passes, near misses, and some not misses. The field, which features everything from the GT4 spec KTM X-Bow up to the almost too powerful Camaro ZL1. In the end, one driver would rise to the top. Stand on the highest step, and therefor have the strategic advantage in the champagne spraying that happens at every podium event. That man is Scott Heckert.
Scott, in the lone Sin R1 GT4, overtook Brett Sandberg (#13 KTM X-Bow GT4) and held off Nate Stacy (#14 Ford Mostang BOSS 302S) at the beginning of the race, and held on to the lead for the rest of it. A late race full course yellow, brought on by the #29 Ginetta of Harry Gottsacker colliding with the #46 Lotus of Scott Dollahite, cut Heckert’s massive lead down to nil. However, on the restart, he built back that lead, as Nate Stacy and Brett Sandberg battled each other for position.