LONG BEACH, Calif. – Nissan engine patron group ESM scored a best outcome to date in a IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship final weekend with Ryan Dalziel and Scott Sharp finishing second in a prestigious Long Beach Grand Prix.
The twin came within 3 laps of feat on a travel circuit, though a lapped automobile hold adult Dalziel who had taken over a lead with 20 mins to go.
Clever array plan authorised a Scotsman to burst to a lead on a final turn of stops when a group inaugurated not to change tires.
The team’s run during a front wasn’t only crafty work in a pits. Dalziel also set a fastest path of a competition in a Nissan-powered Onroak Dpi.
“All around, it is a good result. If we came in this weekend meditative we were going to lead laps, be rival and finish second, we would have been thrilled,” Dalziel said. “We did all we could do. The automobile was glorious and plan was perfect. we feel disappointed, though we will take second.”
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