SRT Viper GTS-Rs Fall
Short of Expectations

Results courtesy SRT Motorsports / Photos by Chris Haverly

SRT Motorsports had high expectations entering the Saturday, Oct. 5, American Le Mans Series race at Virginia Int’l Raceway. Unfortunately, race results fell short of expectations.

It wasn’t because the SRT Viper GTS-Rs didn’t have the speed to run at the front. Instead, the culprit turned out to be untimely cautions that played prominently in the finish order and definitely negated team strategy.

Both SRT Viper GTS-Rs led in the Oak Tree Grand Prix of VIR. The No. 93 Pennzoil Ultra SRT Viper GTS-R, driven by Kuno Wittmer and Jonathan Bomarito, led 18 laps early in the race and competed in the top five throughout the first half of the two-hour, 45-minute timed event. The No. 91 Rush SRT Viper GTS-R, piloted by Dominik Farnbacher and Marc Goossens, also had a turn at the front of the GT Class field.