Action all the Way on Savannah's Final Day

The final day of competition at the Historic Sportscar Racing (HSR) Savannah Speed Classic presented by Mingledorff's kicked-off in competitive fashion Sunday morning on the Grand Prize Circuit on Hutchinson Island where Jonathon Ziegelman and Linden Burnstein co-drove to victory in the B.R.M. GT Enduro. Racing Burnstein's blue-and-black zebra-striped 2007 No. 917 Porsche GT3 Cup prepared by KMW Motorsports, the winning co-drivers scored overall and GT Modern (GTM) class honors in the one-hour race.

Ziegelman and Burnstein shared the top step of the victory lane podium with GT Classic (GTC) class winners Stuart Milne and Pablo Peon, who finally hit the win column this weekend in the 901 Shop 1973 No. 11 Porsche 911 RSR. Milne raced the Porsche to second and third place race finishes earlier in the Savannah Speed Classic weekend. Second in GTM and overall was Ryan Harrold at the wheel of the Team Mean 2009 No. 10 Porsche 997 GT3 Cup that is prepared by KMW Motorsports, while Hartmut von Seelen finished third in GTM in his KMW Motorsports 1974 No. 51 Porsche 911 RSR.

The GTC podium included second-place finisher Mike Banz who made his third trip to victory lane this weekend in his 1974 No. 13 Porsche 911 RSR prepared by Heritage Motorsports.

Co-driving with Russell Gee, Fred Schulte earned his first podium appearance at the Savannah Speed Classic in the Heritage Motorsports 1973 No. 31 Porsche 911 IROC with a third-place showing in GTC.

Sunday's first WeatherTech Sprint race for Groups 4 and 7 immediately followed the B.R.M. GT Enduro and produced a pair of repeat winners. Highlighting an exact repeat of Saturday's first Group 4 WeatherTech sprint podium, Jacek Mucha drove his 2006 No. 07 Swift JMS-016P to the class and overall victory. Jim Dixon once again finished second Group 4 in his 2000 No. 69 Star Pro Mazda while Michael Snowdon turned in a repeat third-place finish in his 1972 No. 86 GRD 272.

John Harrold won the WeatherTech Group 7 race for the second day in a row - his third race victory of the weekend - and finished third overall behind Mucha and Dixon in the combined-class race.  Harrold's Team Mean 1979 No. 94 Chevron B23/33 races out of the KMW Motorsports tent in the paddock. In addition to sweeping his WeatherTech sprints, Harrold also drove to a class victory in Friday's B.R.M. Historic/Prototype Enduro.

Jose Cortes drove his 2012 No. 22 Lola Caterham SP300R to second behind Harrold while local Savannah driver Mark Gompels completed the Group 7 podium with a third-place showing in the 1984 No. 38 Royale RP 38/40.

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