WERC Season Wraps up at Buttonwillow

When the green flag dropped on the last race of the WERC regular season, 23 cars had lined up to take a shot at glory in the ink-black darkness of a Buttonwillow night.
Team Road Shagger Racing had earned pole position in its E36 M3 over Marvista Racing, also in a BMW and Luxury: Don’t Crash Racing in its Porsche GT3 Cup car. Road Shagger used pole position to great advantage by gaining a healthy lead and keeping it, which was good enough for the win in E0 and first overall.
“Gavin started the race and built a giant lead,” said cleanup driver John Morley. “Before the first fuel stop, we already had a minute and a half lead. We tried to make no mistakes and keep it clean. We had had engine issues for two years leading up to this.

2016-12-07T10:24:35+00:00November 1st, 2014|