ASC S11 R6 Recap
31 Jan 2022
Autobahn Sportscar Challenge | Season 11 | Round 6
LMP2/GT3 Multiclass Event | Detroit’s Belle Isle
Jeffrey Ooms has led every lap and took the win for the Prototype class in the Autobahn Sportscar Challenge event at Detroit’s Belle Isle Street Circuit for the second week in a row ahead of Carter Kundinger and Billy Smith II. Joining the season with his win at Road America and now winning at Detroit, Ooms is proving to be the driver to beat this season. Ross Booth won for the GT Pro class ahead of Albert Jones and Paul Gibson while Trent Brown claimed the victory in the GT AM class beating out Franco Margarella and Bradley Salmon.
“I know [Ooms] is a fast driver, I mean he’s a 6K [iRating] driver and he definitely shows it.”, Kundinger, the current points leader in the Prototype class, commented after finishing in 2nd place tonight and is content with consistent podium finishes for now, “Second’s an awesome result especially at Detroit. I knew it was going to be pretty chaotic with all the traffic and the bumps which are pretty grueling.”
Kundinger continues to lead in the Prototype point standings, now with 112 points, ahead of Billy Smith II and Dan Neice after finishing in 2nd place tonight. Ross Booth, Bradlee Haley, and Paul Gibson further extend the gap between themselves and the rest of the GT Pro class standings. Kevin O’Keefe holds onto the lead in the GT AM class followed closely by Ryan Robertson and Trent Brown. Satellite Racing, consisting of Robert Tinsey, Ryan Washeleski, and Ryan Robertson, holds the lead in the team point standings for a second week.