04 Jun 2016 — Trevor Dixon passed through more than half the field from 16th on the starting grid to sixth place at the finish line.
Driving the Aston Martin V8 Vantage, Dixon drove all of seven laps total pursuing Juan M Bento after engaging him on the first lap, coming from as many as eight positions back. Ultimately Dixon settled into sixth the couple laps running to the checkered flag.
Dixon is 11th in the standings for the series. He has one start and finished as high as sixth.
Thomas Hinss took second place.
World Endurance GTE [USA] series moves on to Round 3 in a week at a track to be named. The series has 24 drivers competing for points in the championship.
Hinss ran all of five laps total pursuing Daryl Brady after engaging him on lap 15, coming from as many as three places back. Hinss cleared Brady and into second place when Brady retired on lap 19, and kept it the final 18 laps to the conclusion.
Hinss moves up to third in the standings, two points behind Rich Minkler. Hinss has two starts and finished as high as second.
Rich Minkler took third place.
Minkler mixed it up with Paul Anstey in a lengthy and determined fight for third from the beginning, running within a couple turns of each other over a span of 32 laps. Minkler drove the majority pursuing Anstey after being challenged and passed by him on the fourth lap. Minkler passed Anstey and into third place on lap 34, and kept it the remaining few laps to the conclusion.
Juan M Bento took fifth place.
M Bento drove the majority of 33 laps total leading Mark Carty after being caught by him on the first lap. M Bento fended off an extended attack by Carty early in the running, staying just a car length ahead of him over a continuous run of 23 laps. Ultimately M Bento lost the spot on lap 31 and settled into fifth the couple laps running to the checkered flag.
M Bento is ninth in the standings for the series. He has one start and finished as high as fifth.