Highlights from the 2019 California 8 Hours, WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca. Part 3.
PHOTOGRAPHS BY STEVE PHIPPS • APRIL 3, 2019 • PHOTOGRAPHS ON THIS PAGE ARE COPYRIGHT © FAMAMOCA LLC 2019 AND MAY NOT BE REPUBLISHED WITHOUT LICENSE
Honda Team Motul Acura NSX GT3 Evo, headed for the Andretti Hairpin Turn 2. This was a sharp looking GT3 Evo, and qualified on the pole. Drivers Bertrand Baguette, Mario Farnbacher, Renger van der Zande. The no.30 finished 13th in Saturday's race. 308 laps, best lap 1:24.882. @hondaracing_hpd
In the Corkscrew, Turns 8 and 8A, early Saturday morning.
Headed for Turn 4.
Entering Turn 2, the Andretti Hairpin.
Great to see a pair of GT-R's at the California 8 Hours. KC Motorsport Group Nissan GT-R NISMO GT3, headed for the Andretti Hairpin Turn 2. Drivers Katsumasa Chiyo, Alex Buncombe, Joshua Burdon. The no.35 finished 12th in Saturday's race, 315 laps, best lap 1:24.287 -- the race's fastest lap. @kcmotorgroup
Here's the no.18, out lane from a pit stop. That's the entrance for Andretti Turn 2 just above, with a wide runoff. Drivers Alexandre Imperatori, Oliver Jarvis, Edoardo Liberati. The no.18 finished 9th in Saturday's race, 326 laps, best lap 1:25 flat.
In the top of the Corkscrew, early Saturday morning. You can see the reversed color scheme. Subtle. Nicely done.
In the Corkscrew.
Team GruppeM Racing Mercedes-AMG GT3, turning in for 8 the top of the Corkscrew, early Saturday morning. Drivers Maro Engel, Luca Stolz, Yelmer Buurman. @gruppem_racing
Headed for Turn 2, the Andretti Hairpin.
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