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Turner Motorsports Wins Watkins Glen - Web Exclusive

Second GT Class Victory of the Season.

Ezekiel Wheeler
Aug 13, 2012
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Fresh off a podium finish at the Sahlen’s Six Hours of Glen, Turner Motorsports has once again found their way back on winners row. A first place GT Class victory gives the team much needed points in the overall team championship standings as well as solidifying Dalla Lana’s second place standing in GT driver points – only 16 points from the leader.

"Second place in the six hour race on the long course and a win in Saturday's sprint race on the short course prove that we are definitely still in the championship hunt.” said Will Turner.

The team certainly “found the keys” to Glen when they tested here early in the season. Which paid off for them with a drama-free driver change, quick and efficient pit stops, topping it all off with an impressive restart after loosing their seven second lead to a yellow flag in the closing laps.

The next race will be taking place at the Montreal 200 Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, where Tuner Motorsports continue their pursuit of a championship season.

Sources

Turner Motorsport (TMS)
Amesbury, MA
http://www.turnermotorsport.com
By Ezekiel Wheeler
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