SRT Motorsports
Mar 25

SRT Vipers withdraw from Le Mans

(Photo: John Dagys)

The Dodge Viper made its return to the last year for what was, in vain, meant to be the first of a multi-year program. (Photo: John Dagys)

will not take part in this year’s 24 Hours of Le Mans.

The Detroit manufacturer has confirmed that it has pulled the two-car factory GTE-Pro effort, ahead of next month’s deadline for the final entry deposits.

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Aug 11

Viper Breaks Through For GT Win At Road America

Photo Credit: John Dagys

Photo Credit: John Dagys

Just one year after debuting its new GT class contender, celebrated a historic first win for the Viper GTS-R in a heated battle at .

Gambling on fuel following a race-ending yellow, Marc Goossens took the Riley Technologies-built entry across the line ahead of the pair of Corvette C6.Rs for the GT class victory in Sunday’s Orion Energy Systems 245.

Goossens and co-driver Dominik Farnbacher, along with the pole-sitting No. 93 Viper of Jonathan Bomarito, enjoyed time out front in the 2-hour and 45-minute race, which started under wet conditions and ended under the yellow flag following a late-race accident.

“It was a nail biter,” Farnbacher said. “I think we made it to the finish line with the last drop of fuel. If you look at all those faces [SRT team], they’re almost crying, everybody’s crying. It’s so emotional for us. I’m just speechless at the moment.”

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Aug 10

Bomarito, Viper Take GT Pole At Road America

Photo Credit: John Dagys

Photo Credit: John Dagys

The American Le Mans Series presented by Tequila Patrón GT battle between and Corvette Racing has carried over from Canada to Elkhart Lake, Wis.

One race after a tight battle for the GT class win at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park – a race that the No. 4 Compuware Corvette C6 ZR1 of Jan Magnussen and Oliver Gavin won by 0.267 seconds – SRT Motorsports and Jonathan Bomarito responded with the GT pole for Sunday’s Orion Energy Systems 245 on Saturday morning at . 

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