June 29, 2003

Chevy Grand Prix of Atlanta & SPEED World Challenge Recap

ALMS

A dominating performance by drivers JJ Lehto and Johnny Herbert gave ADT Champion Racing its first-ever win in American Le Mans Series competition in Sunday's Chevy Grand Prix of Atlanta at Road Atlanta.

Champion Racing gets its first overall win at Road Atlanta

Champion Audi in SPEED GT

Audi driver Randy Pobst "half time champion"

Audi driver Randy Pobst continued his series of podium finishes in round 5 of the SPEED World Challenge at Road Atlanta (USA). Finishing third, the North American extended his championship lead in the GT class and is also "half time champion" of the series. "The Champion team is doing a terrific job and continually improving the Audi RS 6," praised Pobst. Meanwhile, team-mate Michael Galati´s bad luck continued. After a testing accident the reigning champion had to switch to last year's S4. Qualifying a strong fourth, Galati had to be content with 13th position in the race following a problem with the rear axle.

Pobst/Audi/Champion Racing on podium at Road Atlanta
Audi Speed GT photo gallery

Stasis Engineering in SPEED Touring

Championship contender Jon Prall faced his toughest race of the season.
Vic Rice showed great speed before being stopped by gearbox failure.

Nalley Audi and Tom Williams Audi team up to bring STaSIS to Road Atlanta
Audi Speed Touring photo gallery