Catching Up with U.S. GT Academy Winner Bryan Heitkotter

GT AcademyInterviewsMotorsports 9 August 3, 2011 by

Since Bryan Heitkotter took home victory at the U.S. GT Academy finals, Sony America and Nissan’s PR haven’t done a lot to promote Bryan’s accomplishments (though, in fairness, they may be waiting for the finals to air on Speed TV), despite some very impressive on-track results.

That said, they have finally published an interesting video which follows Bryan from Silverstone down to the 24 Hours of Le Mans, where he meets up with Lucas Ordoñez and the Signatech Nissan team before they scored their incredible second-in-class finish.

Speed TV is rumored to begin airing the competition mid-September, so hopefully we’ll be seeing more of Bryan in the not-too-distant future.

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