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The Pirelli World Challenge races through Long Beach

by • April 28, 2015 • EventComments (0)7134

Olivier Beretta won in the GT class in the 5th Round Streets of Long Beach race, at the Pirelli World Challenge ‘Roar by the Shore’. Michael Lewis secured the victory in the GTA class, while Colin Thompson won in the GT Cup presented by MOMO class. In an incident filled race it mad it now Beretta’s third win of the 2015 season. Lewis and Thompson each scored their fourth wins of the season. Beretta took first in the crash-marred race, finishing ahead of Chris Dyson (who started 12th) and Ryan Dalziel.

041915 - Pirelli World Challenge Race-9

The majority of the Pirelli World Challenge race at Long Beach was run under caution. Beretta started the race from pole position, and claimed the lead at the start. The opening lap set the tone for the 24-lap race, as the yellow flag waved shortly after the racers leapt from the standing start. A series of restarts brought several successive incidents as the 40-car multi-class field fought for positions.

Beretta, in the No. 61 Ferrari 458 GT3 Italia took the lead into turn 1. Johnny O’Connell in the No. 3 Cadillac ATS-V R GT3, who started third, passed second on the grid Kevin Estre in the No. 9 McLaren 650S GT3. However behind the leaders, Bret Curtis in the No. 32 BMW E89 Z4 GT3 stalled on the front straight bringing out a full course yellow.

Off of the lap 2 restart, Beretta lead O’connell, while Dalziel got around Estre for third with Ryan Eversley in the No. 43 Acura TLX-GT, following in behind in fourth. Behind the leaders, contact between the No. 05 of Bryan Heitkotter and the No. No. 20 of Butch Leitzinger coming out of turn 5 resulted in a damaged No.20 car wounded on the track bringing out a full course yellow. The incident resulted in a drive through penalty for Heitkotter.

041915 - Pirelli World Challenge Race-31

In GTA, Lewis in the No. 41 EFFORT Racing Porsche 911 GT3R maintained his lead ahead of Martin Fuentes, in the No. 07 Ferrari 458 GT3 Italia. Lewis sat 7th overall in GT with Fuentes 8th. In the GT Cup, an incident under the yellow collected Thompson moving Sloan Urry, into the lead in class.

On the lap 7 restart, Beretta held his lead over O’Connell into Turn 1, while Estre made a deft pass over Dalziel to grab third. Eversley slotted in behind them in fifth. Lewis maintained his lead in GTA and 7th overall in the race, while Fuentes remained in second and 9th overall. Thompson had a tremendous restart and rocketed up to first over Urry and Phil Fogg Jr.

Another full-course yellow occurred on lap 9 when Robert Thorne in the No. 6 K-PAX Racing McLaren went too deep into Turn 11 and made contact with the No. 66 Mercedes-Benz of Frank Montecalvo. Andy Pilgrim in the No. 8 Cadillac ATS-VR GT3 was also collected in the incident as an unfortunate bystander. The incident left Montecalvo’s car on the straight, Thorne received a drive-through penalty for the incident.

041915 - Pirelli World Challenge Race-16

As it was the story of the day another full-course yellow was issued shortly after the restart as Beretta, O’Connell and Estre went three wide through turns 7 and 8. Beretta went under both O’Connell and Estre on the inside through Turn 8. Unfortunately turns 7 and 8 are not wide enough for all three cars and O’Connell and Estre made contact and went into the tires at Turn 8. Beretta was able to get through with Dalziel now into second and Dyson into third.

On lap 20 another full-course yellow was issued for an incident with multiple cars at turn 11. On the restart, Dyson got a great jump and passed Dalziel to take over second through Turn 1. Dyson earned the Cadillac ATS-VR Move of the Race for the move. Lewis jumped up to fourth overall on the restart.

041915 - Pirelli World Challenge Race-17

As the checkered flag flew, Beretta took the win over Dyson, and Dalziel third. Lewis beat Fuentes, with Erix Lux in the No. 08 Mercedes-Benz AMG SLS GT3 in third. Lux was also awarded the Optima Batteries Best Standing Start Award for gaining four positions off of the start.

James Sofronas in the No. 14 GMG Racing Audi R8 LMS Ultra was awarded the VP Racing Fuels Hard Charger Award for gaining 14 positions during the race. JD Davison in the No. 33 NISMO GT-R GT3 made the Invisible Glass Clean Pass of the Race for moving up from 15th to sixth on the lap 2 restart.

“It was difficult because each time you went under yellow, you had to restart everything,” said Beretta. “Each time on the restart, it is a challenge. I’m happy with the result, I just feel sorry for Johnny (O’Connell – we went three wide into the corner and there was contact. I am sorry for him – I don’t think it was my mistake, it was just that on a street race right there, we could not be three wide. This (Pirelli World Challenge) is a very good series, a very good championship. I have a very good team, they work very hard to give me this car. It is good for Ferrari. This is the last year for this 458 Italia, so we need to win the most that we can.”

Beretta, Lewis and Thompson all remained points leaders in their respective classes. However with the win, Beretta builds his championship points lead over Dalziel and so does Lewis, in the GT Cup, Thompson stretched his lead in first place.

Roar At The Shore Results:

1. GT, (1), Olivier Beretta, Monte Carlo, Ferrari 458 GT3 Italia, 24.
2. GT, (12), Chris Dyson, Pleasant Valley, N.Y., Bentley Continental GT3, 24, -.999.
3. GT, (4), Ryan Dalziel, Windermere, Fla., Porsche 911 GT3R, 24, -1.488.
4. GT, (6), Michael Lewis(R)(A), Laguna Beach, Calif., Porsche 911 GT3R, 24, -1.949.
5. GT, (15), JD Davison, St Petersburg, Fla., Nissan GT-R GT3, 24, -3.524.
6. GT, (5), Ryan Eversley, Atlanta, Ga., Acura TLX-GT, 24, -3.917.
7. GT, (21), James Sofronas, Pound Ridge, N.Y., Audi R8 LMS Ultra, 24, -8.030.
8. GT, (9), Martin Fuentes(A), Mexico City, MX, Ferrari 458 GT3 Italia, 24, -9.049.
9. GT, (31), Peter Cunningham, Milwaukee, Wis., Acura TLX-GT, 24, -9.275.
10. GT, (17), Mike Hedlund, Woodside, Calif., Ferrari 458 GT3 Italia, 24, -11.201.
11. GT, (20), Eric Lux(A), Buffalo, N.Y., Mercedes Benz AMG SLS GT3, 24, -12.779.
12. GT, (18), Christina Nielsen(R)(A), Aarhus Denmark, , Aston Martin Vantage GT3, 24, -13.314.
13. GT, (26), Dan Knox(A), Pilot Point, Texas, Dodge Viper GT3-R, 24, -14.042.
14. GT, (24), David Welch(A), Napa, Calif., Audi R8 LMS Ultra, 24, -16.449.
15. GT, (27), Jeff Courtney(A), Milwaukee, Wis., Audi R8 LMS Ultra, 24, -19.123.
16. GT, (23), Henrique Cisneros(A), Miami, Fla., Ferrari 458 GT3 Italia, 24, -19.737.
17. GT, (19), Henrik Hedman(A), Ft Lauderdale, Fla., MercedesBenzAMG SLS GT3, 24, -22.231.
18. GT, (28), Brent Holden(A), Newport Beach, Calif., Audi R8 LMS Ultra, 24, -23.535.
19. GT, (25), Timothy Pappas(A), Boston, Mass., Dodge Viper GT3R, 24, -30.219.
20. GT, (13), Bryan Heitkotter(A), Fresno, Calif., Nissan GT-R GT3, 24, -32.333.
21. GT, (29), Drew Regitz(A), Denver, Colo., Audi R8 LMS Ultra, 24, -48.548.
22. GT, (3), Johnny O’Connell, Flowery Branch, Ga., Cadillac ATS-VR GT3, 22, -2 lap.
23. GT, (7), Andy Pilgrim, Boca Raton, Fla., Cadillac ATS-VR GT3, 22, -2 lap.
24. GT, (10), Robert Thorne, Littleton, Colo., McLaren 650S GT3, 18, -6 lap.
25. GT, (11), Duncan Ende, Los Angeles, Calif., Ferrari 458 GT3 Italia, 17, -7 lap.
26. GT, (2), Kevin Estre, Lochau Austria, , McLaren 650S GT3, 14, -10 laps.
27. GT, (16), Frank Montecalvo(A), Highlands, N.J., Mercedes Benz AMG SLS GT3, 7, -17 laps.
28. GT, (14), Butch Leitzinger, Rebersburg, Pa., Bentley Continental GT3, 2, -22 laps.
29. GT, (30), Bill Ziegler(A), Ponte Vedra, Fla., BMW E89 Z4 GT3, 2, -22 laps.
30. GT, (8), Mike Skeen, Charlotte, N.C., Audi R8 LMS Ultra, 0, -24 laps.
31. GT, (22), Bret Curtis(A), Austin, Texas, BMW E89 Z4 GT3, 0, -24 laps.
32. GT, (32), Lou Gigliotti, Plano, Texas, Aston Martin GT3 V12, 0, DNS.
33. GTC, (33), Colin Thompson, Doylestown, Pa., Porsche 911 GT3 CUP, 24.
34. GTC, (36), Mitch Landry, Lake Charles, La., Porsche 911 GT3 CUP, 24, -10.360.
35. GTC, (37), Victor Gomez(R), San Juan, Puerto Rico, Porsche 911 GT3 CUP, 24, -13.485.
36. GTC, (39), Preston Calvert(R), Potomac, Md., Porsche 911 GT3 CUP, 24, -26.579.
37. GTC, (34), Sloan Urry, Salt Lake City, Utah, Porsche 911 GT3 CUP, 24, -33.220.
38. GTC, (35), Lorenzo Trefethen(R), Napa, Calif., Porsche 911 GT3 CUP, 24, -36.376.
39. GTC, (38), Phil Fogg_Jr, Portland, Ore., Porsche 911 GT3 CUP, 23, -1 lap.
40. GTC, (40), Eduardo Cisneros(R), Miami, Fla., Porsche 911 GT3 CUP, 0, DNS. 

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