GRANTSVILLE, Utah – Scott Dollahite of Austin, Tex., drove his SDR Motorsports Lotus Evora to the No. 1 practice time Friday afternoon in the GTS division at Utah Motorsports Campus with a time of one minute, 58.536 seconds and a speed of 92.569 miles per hour.

Dollahite went to the top of the speed charts midway through the 30-minute practice after 15-year-old Parker Chase of New Braunfels, Texas, held the early No. 1 position in the No 19 Performance Motorsports Ginetta GT4. Veteran Jeff Courtney slid into the No. 3 spot at the 15-minute mark of the GTS practice 2 in his No. 99 Kenda Tires/JCR Motorsports Maserati.

However, later in the GTS practice, it was 17-year-old Harry Gottsacker, as the vaulted to the second spot in his No. 20 Performance Motorsports Ginetta GT4 with a clocking of 1:58.. 868 (92.311 mph). Chase then captured the third practice spot with a 1:59.094 (92.136 mph). Courtney, the Milwaukee driver, posted the fourth quickest time at 1:59.273 (91.997 mph).

Canada’s Martin Barkey rounded out the top-five in the second GTS practice Friday with his No. 80 Mantella Autosport KTM X-Bow with a 1:59.273 (91.982 mph).

GTS qualifying (30 minutes) is scheduled for 9:35 a.m. MDT Saturday with the first GTS race (50 minutes) set for 5:15 p.m. MDT.