"Rennwerks really kept us on our toes today. They won the six hours at Watkins Glen two laps from the end. Today, we changed positions. It was a good race. I'll take third overall. This car didn't miss a shift for six hours. Its so fun to drive," said Wagner, who was also part of Ferrari of Washington's winning team last year.
"We were swapping the lead back and forth. At Watkins Glen we had luck on our side and won, but today we were on the wrong side of a yellow flag and didn't get the breaks we needed," said Neiman, whose No. 83 Porsche finished second.
The Acme Motorsports No. 84 Porsche GT3 RS of Mark Hupfer, Paul Mortimer and Tim McKenzie took third-place honors in the GT class.
Similar to the six-hour race earlier this year at Watkins Glen, the GTS class victory went to the last car running. Once again the points leading Heritage Motorsports No. 48 Mustang was struck with trouble early in the race -- this time in the form of a steering rack.
The Georgian Bay Motorsports No. 38 Corvette took over the GTS lead when the No. 48 Mustang dropped back. It held the lead until an off-track incident spurred overheating problems that took drivers Jim Holtom, Ted Martin and Stu Hayer out of the race with 1.5 hours remaining.
That allowed the driving trio of Tommy Riggins, David Machavern and Joao Barbosa to move the No. 48 Mustang back to the front of the GTS class.