Now it’s time to take a look at the Time Trial standings. There aren’t nearly as many classes in TT, but there are plenty of close battles. Like TTE! Paul Mitchell, the most fabulous Miata of them all, sits atop the class with Tyler Nisonger 40 points behind. How is this going to shake out? Well, back in third is Ben Lamberson. He’s 70 points down, but definitely not out. It’s a long season, and that’s not an insurmountable gap.
Trevor Pope is sitting atop TTD, riding high on three straight wins.
TTC didn’t have a single competitor last weekend, so Tom Rogers is still leading the group.
New Miata owner, and fella with a jaunty last name, Darin Beaudoin is sitting atop TTB, with Adam Hurdman 100 point behind him in second place.
One of the BRZ/FRS drivers to step up to TT3 was Andy Moench, and he finds himself in first place. Another driver who made the jump is Mike Bratsch, who currently sits in second place.
Shawn Murphy and his “street car” are 45 points ahead of the Makes & Models 911 GT3. The 911 is tied with the Pink Ribbon Racing BRZ, which is getting some fresh new rubber. Shawn is throwing on some new sideskirts and fender flares for the next round, so this weekend is going to be interesting.
David Gilliland and his bright orange Viper are leading the way in TT1. Nice to see that bright, menacing thing running around and winning.
At the end of the rainbow is an Italian/German race car driven by a collection of talent that used to drive a German race car. That would be Makes & Models and their shiny new Huracan ST. They have a 20 point lead over Wade Hall in TTU. If you were to take in to account the wins Makes & Models scored when they took their old R8 LMS out for Round 1, they’d have a 220 point lead over Wade. Regardless, Makes & Models is still learning the car while Wade is sharpening his driving skills. This one could get interesting.
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