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Leading the driver Grand Sport (GS) category of the Continental SportsCar Challenge (CTSCC), Trent Hindman of Fall-Line Motorsports seeks to add to his 15-point lead over his co-driver, John Edwards, in Wisconsin this weekend.
Currently sitting sixth, Matt Plumb and the Rum Bum Racing Porsche 997 suffered mechanical failure in the first lap at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway two weeks ago. He will be seeking to make up lost points that had him tied for first with Trent Hindman, entering Indianapolis.
Following strong practice sessions, the Fall-Line Motorsports tandem of Trent Hindman and John Edwards managed to secure first place with a 2:22.590 best in the #46 BMW M3.
Nick Longhi and Matt Plumb started from eighth.
The Rum Bum woes unfortunately continued for the Florida-based squad, following a strong push that saw the #13 Porsche fight from behind to the lead. In third place, with just three laps to go, a mechanical failure forced the team to retire the car.
Fall-Line Motorsports faired better with the HRE-equipped #46 BMW M3 finishing fourth, allowing Trent Hindman to retain the points lead and head into the VIRginia International Raceway next week with confidence.