Revolution RSR's Ron Fletcher asserted his dominance at Spring Mountain during the Sports Prototype Cup North America event, in association with the Prototype Sprint Series Association. Throughout the weekend, Fletcher engaged in a thrilling battle for the top spot with Marco Cencetti, ultimately clinching both victories.
In an impressive debut in the Sports Prototype Cup North America, Doug Ramierz, piloting his Revolution 500SC, secured a podium finish in the second race of the weekend.
Another noteworthy performance came from Chris Hinojosa, who made a return to the Sports Prototype Cup North America. Hinojosa displayed a significantly improved pace throughout the weekend and engaged in competitive racing, often contending with Ramierz during the second race.
With the action-packed weekend at Spring Mountain behind them, the championship now heads to the series final at Circuit of the Americas (COTA). The title race remains wide open, with 48 points still available for the contenders to fight for.
Sports Prototype Cup North America
The Sports Prototype Cup North America, in collaboration with the Prototype Sprint Series Association (PSSA), is dedicated to showcasing prototype race cars in an exhilarating sprint race format. These races take place at some of the most iconic road courses in America. The 2023 series featured events at renowned tracks, including Road Atlanta, Sonoma Raceway, Laguna Seca, Mid-Ohio, Road America, and Virginia International Raceway (VIR). The championship will conclude at Circuit of the Americas (COTA) on November 2nd to 5th.
What's particularly exciting for motorsport enthusiasts is that the provisional calendar for 2024 has been revealed. The upcoming season promises even more action with the introduction of East, West, and Constructor's Championships, as well as the inclusion of new venues that will further elevate the competition:-
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