Sports Car Challenge at Road Atlanta

Runner-Up Manufacturer Finish in GS for Chevrolet for Second Year

The Chevrolet Camaro Z/28.R ended this year’s Continental Sports Car Challenge with a second-place finish in the Grand Sport (GS) Manufacturer championship standings Friday, Oct. 3, following the season’s final race at Road Atlanta. It capped a year in which the Camaro Z/28.R won five races – more than any other car in class – and captured five pole positions.

It is the second consecutive year in which Chevrolet placed second in GS points. In addition, Stevenson Motorsports’ Andrew Davis and Robin Liddell finished third in the class Driver standings, and the No. 6 Stevenson Camaro Z/28.R placed second in the Team championship.

“It was a roller-coaster ride in this year’s GS championship, culminating with a runner-up finish for Chevrolet in Manufacturer points, third place for Andrew Davis and Robin Liddell in the Driver standings, and second in Team points for the No. 6 Stevenson Motorsports Camaro,” said Lisa Talarico, Chevrolet Program Manager for the Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge. “A big thank you goes to our partner teams at Stevenson Motorsports and CKS Autosport, GM Powertrain, Pratt & Miller and many others for their hard work during the first season of the Camaro Z/28.R. Today’s finish gives us motivation heading into the off-season and contend for next year’s championship.”