Elkhart Lake, Wis. – Scott Heckert led GTS practice session two at the Pirelli World Challenge Grand Prix of Road America presented by Cadillac.

Opening the practice session with the quick time was Heckert, in the No. 54 Racers Edge Motorsports SIN R1 GT4, going fastest at 2:18.803 ahead of Parker Chase, driving the No. 19 Performance Motorsports Group Ginetta GT4 and Milwaukee’s Jeff Courtney, in the No. 99 JCR Motorsports RecStuff.com/Kenda Maserati GranTurismo. In fourth was Scott Dollahite, in the No. 46 SDR Motorsports Lotus Evora.

As the session, run just prior to the 25-minute Round 11 qualifying session, went on, drivers continued to improve their times, with Heckert continuing to have the fastest time ahead of Courtney and Dollahite, with Mark Klenin, in the No. 62 Klenin Performance Racing Schomp/Premiere Copy/Mike Ward Masserati Maserati GranTurismo, in fourth and Chase in fifth.

Late in the session Championship points leader Lawson Aschenbach, in the No. 10 Blackdog Speed Shop Chevrolet Camaro, went to second quick at 2:19.082, .279 seconds behind Heckert.

As the checkered flag flew on the 30-minute timed session, Heckert was fastest of all with his early quick lap, with Aschenbach in second and Courtney in third. Dollahite followed in fourth and Max Riddle, in the No. 07 TRG-AMR Adobe Road Winery, LaSalle Solutions Aston Martin Vantage GT4, put in a late quick lap for fifth fastest ahead of Chase and Jade Buford, in the No. 45 Racers Edge Motorsports Sin R1 GT4.

GTS teams and drivers next hit Road America for qualifying, scheduled for Friday at 5:15 p.m. Central. Live timing is available on world-challenge.com.