Kranz Stays Perfect In Prototype Challenge Qualifying

SEBRING, Fla. – German driver Moritz Kranz maintained his perfect record by scoring his second consecutive IMSA Prototype Challenge pole position Saturday morning in qualifying for the afternoon’s one-hour, 45-minute race at Sebring Int’l Raceway. 21 Muehlner Motorsports America Duqueine D08 to a best lap of one minute, 54.467 seconds (111.962 mph) to earn the P3-1 class pole. Kranz also earned the P3-1 pole for January’s IMSA Prototype Challenge Scouts of America 145 season opener at Daytona and was the fastest qualifier in the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship LMP3 class for January’s Motul Pole Award 100. He also combined with co-driver Laurents Hoerr to win the Motul Pole Award 100. Kranz and Hoerr are hoping everything works out again in Saturday afternoon’s race, the same way it did in January’s Scouts of America 145, which they won. Danny Kok earned the P3-2 class pole at 2:03.207 (109.279 mph) in the No.

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