Thompson was able to hold off Freiberg’s teammate Mills in a fierce battle to ultimately take home third.
BBS Pole Winner Madison Snow of Snow Racing/Wright Motorsports stayed frosty but kept his pace hot as he stayed ahead of the opening lap mayhem, and steadily gained ground until he took the checkers with a gap of over four full seconds on the Platinum competition.
In Gold Class, it was a TPC Racing teammate sweep.
With a bit of the accordion effect, TPC’s Michael Levitas was able to gain some ground on his teammate David Williams and pull away through the field to pick up seven positions and ultimate take home the Gold class victory. Not to be outdone, Williams began a steady hunt to find Levitas’ rear bumper and made and an impressive jump from starting 22nd to finishing 16th overall and second in his class.
And while the two may have gained an impressive amount of ground within racing conditions today, it was John Baker and Wright Motorsports that took home the Yokohama Hard Charger Award in round three of series competition. Baker started in 17th position on the grid, and gained nine positions to finish eighth overall.