Catching Up with 2011 U.S. GT Academy Champion Bryan Heitkotter at Indianapolis

GT AcademyMotorsports 15 September 15, 2012 by

Nissan USA have released this short video reviewing Bryan Heitkotter’s very mixed weekend at the Brickyard Sports Car Challenge on July 27th.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cPz7nV8QXWI

Despite the race marking Bryan’s first visit to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway as a driver, he scored his second pole position in the Grand Am Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge following his earlier race at Mid-Ohio. With the Doran Racing team not entered for the Lime Rock event in two weeks, the Indianapolis race marked Bryan’s final race of the season in this series.

Meanwhile in South America, Jordan Tresson and the Signatech Nissan racing team are competing in the 6hr of São Paulo. With qualifying completed amid rainstorms on Saturday, the team qualified 13th overall and 6th in class for today’s race. You can watch a live stream on the official FIA WEC website with English commentary from Radio Le Mans with John Hindhaugh.

Images courtesy of FIAWEC.com and Grand-Am.com.

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