Cayman GT4s Stumble In Sebring Continental Tire Challenge Round
The Trusty 987s Manage A Last Minute ST Class Victory For Porsche
This Friday the Continental Tire Challenge series visited Sebring International Raceway for a two-hour sports car race, the second race of their calendar, providing plenty of excitement and drama along the way. Following on from the longer endurance round at Daytona back in January where Porsche absolutely dominated the "Grand Sport" class field, the GT4 contingent simply did not have the speed required to keep up with the Mustangs and McLarens at the front of the field. In Street Tuner, Porsche's now-ancient 987 chassis still
In GS, it was basically the Scott Maxwell and Jade Buford show for most of the event, with the duo taking Ford's 50th series victory in the process. There was one point where a trio of Porsche Cayman GT4
In ST, however, Spencer Pumpelly managed to slide his Cayman up into the lead position with just minutes remaining. With a caution bunching the field with just about 15 minutes remaining, Pumpelly had his RS1-entered Cayman (that he shares with Nick Galante) up in third behind Eric Foss' similarly prepared Cayman and Owen
Pumpelly on his victory:
"Some races you win by a half a lap, and just drive the car home – this race was not one of them. I had to work right up until the last corner."