Second consecutive third place finish for No. 02; No. 01 finishes fourth.
History has been made and now, the SRT Viper team seeks embellishment in the form of a second-straight victory in Saturday’s Grand Prix of Baltimore presented by SRT.
Cosmo qualifies No. 01 in second, van Overbeek qualifes No. 02 in fourth.
Runner-up honors for No. 01; No. 02 earns fourth
Johannes van Overbeek lapped the 2.459-mile circuit in 1:09.740, while Sharp navigated the 10-circuit with a best lap time of 1:10.850
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Johannes van Overbeek lapped the 1.5-mile circuit in 46.729 seconds, which slated the car in the third position in the P2 class, fifth overall
Home track advantage for ESM Patrón's Sharp and Cosmo. Brown and van Overbeek look forward to the return of racing in the American Le Mans Series.
Sharp recaps 2013 season; Looks forward to 2014.
Cut tires and electrical issues plagued ESM.
Guy Cosmo qualified the No. 01 Tequila Patrón HPD in the fourth position.
Long Beach winners head back to California.
A mere two hours from ESM’s Stuart, Fla. headquarters, Sebring International Raceway is one of the team’s home tracks.
Back-to-back ALMS Champion in 2009 and 2010, Brabham can also lay claim to 24 wins, 60 class podiums and 13 pole positions in 101 race starts since 1999.
ESM Patron adds the two veteran drivers to their P2 effort.
Cosmo gives his thoughts after testing one of Extreme Speed Motorsports' Honda Performance Development ARX-03b prototypes at Sebring last week.