In the space of a few weeks, the Nissan driver took his first wins in Pirelli World Challenge GT and a seventh SCCA Solo National Championship
It was a heck of a month for Bryan Heitkotter. Within the span of a few weeks in August and September, he not only won his first professional races, taking back to back wins in Pirelli World Challenge GT at the Utah Motorsports Campus, he also scored his seventh SCCA Solo National Championship.
“It was a really good time,” the driver of the No. 05 Always Evolving/NISMO Nissan GT-R GT3 says. “It’s been something I’ve wanted to do for a long time, is win a professional race, and it’s nice to finally get that checked off the list. Then it was right back home to work on my own car and take it to to the Solo Nationals. It was a pretty frantic month, but all in all really good.”
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