Nissan: Heartbreaking weekend in Pirelli World Challenge

Posted on 27. Jun, 2016 by in Nissan Canada

ELKHART, Wisconsin The Nissan Pirelli World Challenge bid went from favourite to heartbreak during Road America currently with both Bryan Heitkotter and James Davison denied intensity lectern results.

After an interrupted competition on Saturday, former GT Academy personality Heitkotter was in excellent form on Sunday starting on a front quarrel of a grid.

He challenged for a lead on a opening path before settling into second place, while Davison changed by a container to also plea for a podium.

Both Always Evolving / AIM Autosport drivers suffered identical turbo issues that forced them to array line and out of contention.

“The whole weekend was one of ups and downs,” pronounced Heitkotter. “I had a technical emanate on a opening path in competition one so that put a check on my competition though James finished fifth that was good for a team. we had a unequivocally good start currently and was severe for a lead before we had a full march counsel come out on a opening lap. On a restart we got another good start and staid into second place.

“I didn’t have anything for a leader, though we was means to reason third place off and a automobile was unequivocally good. We suffered some heartbreak during a finish with about 5 or 6 mins to go that was unsatisfactory since we had flattering most been using during a front all weekend. It wasn’t a formula we wanted though we’ll come behind stronger during a subsequent turn during Mid-Ohio.”

 

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