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Belle Isle Grand Prix - PAGID teams dominate
Last Updated: 06/10/2015



Porsche, McLaren and Ferrari teams win at the Belle Isle Grand Prix

Detroit, Michigan May 30 2015

PAGID RACING partner teams absolutely dominated the sports car races of the TUDOR
series and Pirelli World Challenge at the Belle Isle Grand Prix in Detroit claiming 3 victories
and 7 podium positions.


TUDOR Sports Car Series

Porsche team Alex Job Racing with drivers Mario Farnbacher and Ian James captures victory
in Motor City, their 2nd win in 2015 after Sebring.


Coming in second place were Christina Nielsen and James Davison in the No. 007 TRG Aston
Martin Vantage. Davison closed the race out for the pair, finishing 2.7 seconds behind Farnbacher.


Pirelli World Challenge

Kevin Estre, driving the K-Pax Flying Lizard McLaren 650S GT3, finished first in the GT class
reserved for pro drivers.


Third was Chris Dyson in the Team Bentley Dyson Racing Bentley Continental GT3.


In the GTA class for amateur drivers, Henrique Cisneros outran the field in his NGT Ferrari 458
Italia GT3.


Bret Curtis was second in his Turner Motorsport BMW Z4 GT3, with Christina Nielsen finishing
a bumper back in her TRG-AMR Aston Martin Vantage GT3.


6 different car manufacturers – 1 brake pad – PAGID RS


1st TUDOR GTD class: Alex Job Racing

Car: Porsche 911 GT America

Drivers: Mario Farnbacher & Ian James

2nd TUDOR GTD class: TRG-AMR

Car: Aston Martin V12 Vantage

Drivers: Christina Nielsen & James Davison

1st Pirelli WC GT class: K-Pax Flying Lizard

Car: McLaren 650S GT3

Driver: Kevin Estre

3rd Pirelli WC GT class: Team Dyson Racing

Car: Bentley Continental GT3

Driver: Chris Dyson

1st Pirelli WC GTA class: NGT Motorsports

Car: Ferrari 458 Italia GT3

Driver: Henrique Cisneros

2nd Pirelli WC GTA class: Turner Motorsports

Car: BMW Z4 GT3

Driver: Bret Curtis

BT Brake Technology / PAGID RACING / TMD Friction a Nisshinbo Group Company

Senior Motorsport Manager USA

Andreas Boehm

Phone +1 239 540 1729

pagid@braketechnology.com

www.Pagidracing.com

www.tmdfriction.com



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