SFP Grand Prix at the Kansas Speedway has always attracted many auto companies and viewers and while Chevrolet managed to take away the Grand-Am it was Park Place Motorsports that managed to secure the second spot with their Porsche 911 GT3 Cup car. Park Place Motorsports managed to take the second place in the race after their superior performance to complete the race in two hours and forty five minutes. Although, Porsche also had their second customer program Magnus Racing in the event but unfortunately the car ran into the debris and punctured the car’s radiator which took some time and eventually Magnus Racing fell down to the eighth spot in the final standings.
Park Place Motorsports driver and team principal Patrick Lindsey said that they were really trying hard to get into the race and they stuck to their race strategy that helped them to win the second place in the race. He also revealed that they did not had the best car required for the race but they continued to do as per their plans and they managed to win the race mainly because of the reliability of the vehicle. He also appreciate the vehicle he was driving and said that Porsche 911 was truly tried and tested machine and that helped them a lot.
Patrick Long, the second driver also said that they were not the best but they had the right strategy in their minds and they believed in it. He said that there were many other cars that were close and therefore the race was really tight and they could have lost it completely if they had no better plans. On the other hand, Magnus Racing team were disappointed with their performance and said that radiators are important for Porsche cars and it was just bad luck that struck them hard.