From World-Challenge.com –
College student Scott Heckert of Ridgefield, Conn., took time off from the books Sunday to capture his second GTS race of the season in the No. 54 Racer’s Edge Sin Car GT4 at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca in the Pirelli World Challenge Championships presented by Nissan.
Heckert, a 22-year-old engineering student at Miami, Ohio, University, started on the pole Sunday in the 50-minute Round 19 event and held off a spirited challenge from veteran Andrew Aquilante of Chester Springs, Pa., in the No. 37 Calvert Dynamics/Phoenix Performance Ford Mustang Boss 302 in the second half of the 31-lap contest at the legendary 2.238-mile, 11-turn road circuit near the Monterey Bay. Sixteen-year-old Nate Stacy of Owasso, Okla., rounded out the GTS podium Sunday in a great drive from last to third place in the No. 14 Roush Performance Road Racing Ford Mustang Boss 302.
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