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Sebring International Raceway hosted the second race in the IMSA Continental Tire Sportscar Challenge season. HRE R43 equipped cars from Fall-Line Motorsports were able to push their way to another podium finish after leading much of the race.
Trent Hindman and John Edwards in the #46 car started from pole for the 2.5-hour race and had a substantial lead on the pack for a good part of the race. They ended up finishing P2 when the race ended under caution.
"It's definitely disappointing finishing P2 after leading much of the race, but John (Edwards) did a heck of a job bringing it home. Coming out of Sebring with the points lead is definitely worth all of the hard work. Again, awesome job by everyone at Fall-Line Motorsports for giving us a great car all weekend. I also have to thank our partners at Trim-tex Drywall, Cirocco & Ozzimo, Atlas Acon, and DFL Interiors for all of their support."
The #47 car was driven this weekend by veteran Ken Wilden and his co-driver of D.J. Randall. The duo started the race in 15th but made fantastic progress and finished in 6th.
"We had a great drive in the Fall-Line BMW and D.J. (Randall) ran an awesome first stint. We made a quick change on the pit stop to help handling and it worked great. I just wish we would have had the last 20 minutes under green to see what we could have done."
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