48 SEPTEMBER 2019 scca.com
JUNE SPRINTS HOOSIER SUPER TOUR
ROAD AMERICA | ELKHART LAKE, WIS. JUNE 14-16, 2019
Rob Warkocki did the same in GT3.
Andrew McDermid once again
had little opposition in American
Sedan as he clinched double wins.
The FA, FB, and P1 races had a
split start, with the P1 cars going
first on Saturday and the FA
cars leading the field on Sunday.
FB was in there, too, although
there was only one entry, and
even he (Mike Holland) only
ran one day. Meanwhile, Hans
Peter was the easy winner in FA,
leading the class to the checker
both days. Lee Alexander and
Larry Howard trailed in second
and third but were unable to
make any impression on the
growing lead Peter had made.
The P1 race was much closer,
although it had the same winner
both days. Jason Miller has a
long record of being snake-bit
by the Sprints. He has invariably
led in his Wynnfurst-Kohler, but
all too often has had mechanical
ills scuttle his effort – but not this
year. The West-based, Kohler-powered, six-cylinder, two-stroke
racecar didn’t miss a beat as
Miller collected a pair of checkers.
His closest opposition came
from the Elan of Todd Slusher
on Sunday, but Slusher only
The largely production-based
classes of EP, FP, HP, GTL, and
B-Spec came next. Matt Reynolds,
racing in EP in his well-known
Mazda Miata, won both races, but
it was not as easy as you might
suspect. Tim Schreyer, wheeling
a BMW 325, was very fast – but
unlucky. Schreyer led early on
“Fortunately, the on-track
action was hot enough
to largely compensate
for the uncharacteristic
managed to lead for the first
three laps on Sunday before
Miller passed on lap four. Slusher
stayed close, and as they started
the last lap even pulled alongside
the raucous Wynnfurst, but
Miller pulled slightly ahead as
they navigated the four miles
for the final time, and came
home first, just a whisker ahead.
Brian French, in a fendered Ralt
RT- 41 Atlantic, was a close third.
French had finished second to
Miller the day before, taking the
spot after Slusher spun in the
Carousel. Jean-Luc Liverato was
in third on Saturday in an Elan.