And the winner takes it all!
The fourth and final stint mirrored the third: Group C and D, followed by Group E, and then Group F.
Group C and D took the green flag at 11 a.m. Sunday, instead of 9 a.m., due to the two-hour loss of electricity and the fierce storm that caused it. The downtime allowed the track to mostly dry out, but there were still some treacherous spots where water had not drained away. By now, though, despite a few very short and inconsequential showers, the track is in very good shape for the fourth stint.
The number 77 Ray Snowden/Mark Brannon 2001 Riley & Scott Mk III suffered electrical issues and was a no-show for the fourth round.
That left Scooter Gabel in his number 1, 1997 BMW M3.R E36, to carry the flag for Masters Endurance Legends and winning his class for the weekend. And Gabel did well, with an impressive third-place overall finish in his BMW M3.
Group C and D was followed by the fourth and final stint for Group E. That meant one last chance today to see David Porter in his immaculate number 7, 2010 Peugeot 908 HDI. Porter drove to a second-place overall finish. In the end he was the winner of Group E overall which he had set as his goal for the HSR Daytona Classic 24 Hour.
Winding up the competition for the Masters Endurance Legends drivers was the Group F finale.
John Reisman in his number 33, 2014 Coyote Corvette DP finished 2nd overall on the podium followed by James Hagan and Tommy Byrne, in their number 8, 2013 Oreca 03 LMP2 on 3rd overall of the HSR Daytona Classic 24 Hours.
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