the race from pit lane and the rear of the field with a clutch problem on the formation lap. Pilgrim is fifth in points with 807. Porsche continues to hold a 73-45 lead over Cadillac in the GT Manufacturers' Championship, with Volvo (18) third.
Crosland pushed his No. 25 RaceWithRP.com Ford Mustang FR500S around the outside of Paul Brown in Turn 11 with two laps remaining to earn the Cadillac CTS-V Move of the Race, then held off the GTS point leader to the checkered flag for his second win of the season.
The 18-year-old started on the pole but fell behind Brown's No. 50 Luminox/Lucas Oil/K&N Filter Ford Mustang Boss 302S on the standing start, remaining in second for the opening 22 laps of the 25 that the GTS leaders completed. Crosland held off a challenge from Alec Udell's No. 06 Momentum Autosport Chevrolet Camaro during the middle stages of the race before setting his sights on Brown.
"We ran into a bit of traffic and it played into my hands," Crosland said. "I just got the advantage off of the hairpin and it went my way. It was a really good race, really close and an awesome battle.
"There were a lot of points where I would get slowed up, and then he would get slowed up. The pass was one time where I got the advantage and got past him and got the win at the end. I had a really good car and knew if I got past him I could keep the lead, but he made me work for it."
Brown would finish second after leading 22 laps and turning the fastest lap of the race in 1:44.835 (77.092 mph).
Greg Liefooghe earned his second-consecutive podium in his debut weekend with the Pirelli World Challenge, finishing third in the No. 16 Red Line Oil Ford Mustang Boss 302S.
Saturday's GTS winner Peter Cunnigham finished fourth in the No. 1 Acura/RealTime Racing Acura TSX, followed by Brad Adams in the No. 75 RaceWithRP.com Ford Mustang FR500S.
Brown leads the GTS Drivers' Championship with 1249 points, followed by Crosland with 1028. Eric Foss, who finished seventh on Sunday, is third with 1016. Cunningham (997) and Adams (757) complete the top five. Ford leads Acura in the GTS Manufacturers' Championship, 91-48.
Povoledo started second in his No. 88 K-Pax Racing Volvo C30 alongside the No. 71 Compass360 Racing Honda Civic Si of Lawson Aschenbach. Aschenbach led