First SCCA Super Tour event of the year concludes with 16 Mazda victories over two days
While other series wait until later in the year to get things cranking, the 2018 Hoosier Racing Tire SCCA Super Tour couldn’t wait and got going at Sebring International Raceway races this past weekend at an event hosted by the SCCA’s Central Florida Region.
As usual, Sebring’s 3.7-mile, 17-turn course elicits great performances from drivers. That was evident early in the Prototype 1 class on Saturday where Darryl Shoff and Bryan Putt did battle in a pair of Elan DP02/Mazda racecars. Putt went to the lead early and held the top spot for the first eight laps. However, Shoff was never far behind and took the lead on lap nine. Slowly, Putt faded and Shoff stormed on for the win in his No. 94 RAACE/Comprent car.