TRG-AMR continued to persevere despite a tough day at Sebring, with both the No. 007 and No. 009 Residences at the Hard Rock Hotel Daytona Beach Aston Martin V12 Vantage GT3 cars turning competitive lap times at the nine-hour mark of the Twelve Hours of Sebring.
A variety of mechanical problems forced extensive repairs in the garage on both cars by the talented TRG-AMR crew throughout the first nine hours of the event.
The No. 009 car was the top TRG-AMR car at the nine-hour mark, 18th in the GT Daytona class due to the lengthy pit repairs. But Max Riddle, Brandon Davis and Kris Wilson were running consistent, smooth laps despite multiple incidents during the caution-strewn IMSA TUDOR United SportsCar Championship race.
David Block, Al Carter and James Davison were 19th in the GT Daytona class after nine hours, also afflicted by mechanical gremlins. That car led the class during the first 45 minutes of the race with Davison behind the wheel before bad luck and problems arrived.
The TRG-AMR team will continue its hard work in the final three hours of the race to keep both cars showing competitive pace in the classic endurance race.
Stay tuned for a post-race report later this evening.
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