“We definitely took advantage of other people, making all the right moves so they kind of gave that to me,” said Buford. “I just kind of knew we had to give it our all. Doing standing starts in this car is tricky but with some practice it’s getting easier.”
The other Sin R1 GT4 No. 54 didn’t manage to end the competition as suffered left front suspension damage after contact during the first lap.
Pirelli World Challenge next heads to Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin and the famed Road America, June 23-26.
Jade Buford au volant de la SIN R1 GT4 N°45 pour la dixième manche du World Pirelli Challenge sur le circuit de Lime Rock Park.