Boris Said Rolls To COTA Trans-Am Pole

AUSTIN, Texas – Boris Said collected his second consecutive Trans-Am Series presented by Pirelli pole position on Saturday, leading qualifying for Sunday’s race at Circuit of The Americas. It was the 28th pole of a career that dates back to 1975. You try to get it done in as few laps as possible in qualifying. He was followed by Matos, who pitted after his out lap for an adjustment in the pits. Making his XGT debut, Dan Knox won the pole with a lap of 2:09.224-seconds in the No. He was followed by Jason Daskalos, 2:09.426-seconds in the No. Coming off his first victory in SGT, Adrian Wlostowski led qualifying for the first time, capturing the pole with a lap of 2:17.249-seconds in the No. In GT, Billy Griffin captured his first pole on his final lap, running 2:22.069-seconds in the No. Austin’s Sean Young was second and earned the Trans-Am West pole, running 2:23.052-seconds in the No.

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