In SuperGT class, the Viper and the Porsches of Mark Boden (No. 46 Beverage Flavors International Porsche 991 GT3 Cup), Lee Saunders (No. 84 V10PWR Racing Dodge Viper) and Tim Kezman (No. 44 Lemons of Love Porsche 991 GT3 Cup) traded fast times for most of the 15-minute qualifying. As the time expired, Boden, who won on the Trioval in 2018, claimed pole with a fast lap of 1:53.207-seconds.
“The track was nice and dry – at least where we needed it to be dry – and the No. 46 Fall-Line Porsche was hooked up and awesome,” said Boden. “I got a monster run out of the Bus Stop and knew it was going to be a good lap. I was hoping it was enough to get pole. Last year I needed to win here to get the championship, and I got taken out on the last lap. It would be great to actually end the season by getting a win, winning the championship and end up the season on the top step.”
The race proved to be an exciting one as drivers in the SuperGT series traded positions as they battled it out on the track. Mark Boden took home the 1st place trophy with Tom Herb in the #16 Porsche 991 GT3 Cup car nipping at his heels and secured a 2nd place finish. The results of these races helped confirm what was already known as Fall-Line Motorsports took the top two spots in the SuperGT Championship series.