USRRC CHAMPIONS CROWNED
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (September 2, 1998) -- The United States Road Racing Championship has announced the conclusion of its 1998 season, crowning Drivers', Teams' and Manufacturers' Champions.
"We do regret not being able to award these Championships at Watkins Glen, as there was still a great amount of uncertainty regarding an event at Laguna Seca later this year," said Alan Wilson, General Manager of the USRRC. "These issues have been resolved, and while we will not be racing at Laguna Seca, we're pleased to have accomplished the five-race schedule as it was initially planned. We would like to thank and congratulate everyone involved in this inaugural season of the USRRC."
Full season wrap-ups for each individual class will be released shortly, and an awards ceremony is being planned in honor of the 1998 Champions. Details will be forthcoming.
The USRRC would like to recognize the following 1998 Champions: Can-Am Drivers' Champion, James Weaver; Can-Am Manufacturers' Champion, Ford; Can-Am Teams' Champion, Dyson Racing. GT1 Drivers' Champion, Thierry Boutsen; GT1 Manufacturers' Champion, Porsche; GT1 Teams' Champion, Visteon Panoz Racing Team. GT2 Drivers' Co-Champions, Scott Sansone and Cameron Worth; GT2 Manufacturers' Champion, Porsche; GT2 Teams' Champion, Pettit Racing. GT3 Drivers' Champion, Ross Bentley; GT3 Manufacturers' Champion, BMW; GT3 Teams' Champion, Prototype Technology Group.