The retirement of the Forte Racing Powered by USRT team’s Lamborghini Huracán GT3 Evo 2 was due to a collision between Loris Spinelli and another competitor.
He was fifth in the GTD series, but after 11 hours and 10 minutes of racing, Benjamin Heights’ car was uncompetitive at the 12 Hours of Sebring (USA). After crashing into the hands of his partner, Italian Loris Spinelli.
he Forte Racing team’s Lamborghini Huracán GT3 Evo 2 Powered by USRT The trio of Chileans, Canadians Mischa Goikberg and Italians cannot finish the race as he was placed in a retaining wall in poor condition and unable to return to the track and had to retire was.
Despite performing well and implementing an aggressive strategy throughout the competition, this setback is extremely frustrating for the 31st-placed team in the overall standings.
“The reality is that the team has done everything they planned and fought to get closer to the podium, but we haven’t been able to. Now I have to recover my fitness and prepare for the start of the GT World Challenge Championship in Europe,” Heitz expressed his disappointment.
victory is Cadillac V Series R31 By Pipo Derani (Brazil), Alexander Sims and Jack Aitken (UK).
Meanwhile, the next challenge for the Team Chile drivers is when they attend the first day of the GT World Challenge in endurance mode at Monza (Italy) on April 22nd and 23rd.