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Quick Cars, But No Rewards For Pumpelly at the Glen

WATKINS GLEN, N.Y. (June 30, 2015) – The Sahlen’s Six Hours of the Glen weekend seemed like it would result in a wealth of hardware for Spencer Pumpelly running in both the TUDOR United SportsCar Championship and the Continential Tire SportsCar Challenge. Though Park Place Motorsports and Rennsport One each gave Pumpelly a fast Porsche, overzealous drivers and mechanical gremlins prevented him from stepping onto the podium at Watkins Glen International.
The latest round of the TUDOR United SportsCar Championship was part of the Tequila Patrón Endurance Cup, a special prize that encompasses the four longest races of the season. The six-hour enduro at Watkins Glen is the longest race Park Place and Pumpelly have encountered since the 12 Hours of Sebring last March.


First TUDOR Victory for Pumpelly and Park Place

MONTEREY, Calif. (May 4, 2015) – Spencer Pumpelly finally captured his elusive first win in the TUDOR United SportsCar Championship on Sunday at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca. He shared the GTD class victory with Patrick Lindsey and Park Place Motorsports, which claimed its first-ever professional win.
The Continental Tire Monterey Grand Prix Powered by Mazda weekend showed promise straightaway when Pumpelly’s co-driver Lindsey put the No. 73 Park Place Motorsports Porsche 911 GT America on the GTD pole. It was Lindsey’s first professional pole position. It wouldn’t be a flag-to-flag victory, however, as trouble at the start of the two-hour and 40-minute race shuffled Lindsey back.

“At the start of the race, there was a stack up in the GTLM field and Patrick had to take evasive maneuvers to avoid a crash,” Pumpelly explained. “In doing so, he gave up a bunch of positions. He fell back to fourth place. He got up to second, but was stuck behind the No. 007 Aston Martin. When we came down pit road for the first time, the No. 007 came too and our pit crew was able to beat them off pit lane by about a second. That was enough to leap frog ahead of them and from there, Patrick just packed his bags and checked out.” Read more...

Pumpelly Victorious in World Challenge Return

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (March 30, 2015) – Competing in his first Pirelli World Challenge event since 2009, Spencer Pumpelly collected a dominating win and third-place finish on the streets of St. Petersburg.

Driving the No. 87 DWW Motorsports Ford Mustang Boss 302, Pumpelly qualified second for the first of two GTS races. The Mustang was unlike anything Pumpelly had driven in the past year, which includes a Porsche 911 GT America, a Porsche Cayman, an Audi R8 LMS and a Ferrari 458 Italia. Though he had limited track time in the Mustang around the 1.8-mile temporary street circuit, Pumpelly managed to set the fastest practice lap on Thursday. Read more...

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