Bryan Heitkotter Wins U.S. GT Academy 2011

GT Academy 38 June 6, 2011 by

Brian Heitkotter (GTXf_CudaMan) has just been announced as winner of the first U.S. GT Academy! The win comes at a great time for 30-year-old Brian, who is bouncing back in a big way after having been laid off from his former job as a delivery driver in California. Now, he gets a quick break at home before returning to England, where he’ll continue training throughout the summer with Nissan for the 24 Hours of Dubai next January. Congratulations, Brian!

The competition in its entirety will be shown this fall on Speed TV.

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