|BHA Driver’s Pit from 1st, 2nd and 3rd!|
|57 minutes remain in 4-Hour IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge |
|#33 Ryan Norman Pitted From: 1st “Awesome experience out there. The Veloster N is so much fun to drive. It was my first IMSA race, first time doing pitstops, first time driving that long and I am a bit tired but really pumped to have led my first IMSA race!”|
|#98 Mason Filippi Pitted From: 2nd “My Veloster N was on rails! We had some great racing with the Audis, with my teammate. I’m so happy turn it over to Michael in the top three. That was a blast!”|
|#21 Harry Gottsacker Pitted From: 3rd “Great racing out there. I had so much fun…the Bus Stop will be the place to watch…the track is taking a beating in that area and conditions are changing. My guys did a great job in the pits and my goal was to bring Mark a healthy car…he’s in it for the finish now!”|
|About Bryan Herta Autosport with Curb Agajanian:Founded in 2009, Bryan Herta Autosport has grown from a single car Indy-Lights team into a championship winning auto racing franchise.|
Led by IndyCar and Sports Car star Bryan Herta, Bryan Herta Autosport has won races in every discipline they’ve entered, including Indy Lights, Indy Car, Global Rally Cross, and Pirelli World Challenge.
BHA rose to prominence after winning the 2011 Indianapolis 500 in what was the final race of the Centennial Era, a celebration of 100 years of racing at The Indianapolis Motor Speedway, with driver Dan Wheldon.
Five years later, BHA partnered with Andretti Autosport, and defied the odds again, winning their second Indianapolis 500 with rookie driver Alexander Rossi. BHA entered the Global Rally Cross Championship in 2015 under the name Bryan Herta Rallysport, scoring multiple podiums and wins.
In 2018, BHA entered the Pirelli World Challenge in partnership with Hyundai and dominated the TCR class, winning seven races with drivers #98 Michael Lewis and #99 Mark Wilkins in the Hyundai i30N TCR, securing the team and manufacturers championships in the process.
In 2019, BHA moved to the IMSA Michelin Sports Car Challenge, adding pitstops and endurance racing to the mix. The transition was flawless, BHA swept the series driver and team championships with driver Mark Wilkins and Michael Lewis finishing first in the #98 Hyundai Veloster N TCR and young guns Harry Gottsacker and Mason Filippi finishing second in the #21 Hyundai Veloster N TCR.
For 2020, BHA continues its’ successful partnership with Andretti Autosport fielding the #98 U.S. Concrete Honda w/ Curb Agajanian in the IndyCar series for driver Marco Andretti. They will return as champions to the IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge series with an expanded program, adding a third car, the #33 Hyundai Veloster N TCR for open wheel veterans Gabby Chaves and Ryan Norman.
Bryan Herta Autosport is the U.S. sales agent and parts support representative of Hyundai TCR race cars for customer teams. For more information, visit www.BryanHertaAutosport.com.
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