Guindi grabbed the lead at the start and was never headed.

Johnny Guindi stormed to a dominating win at Mt. Panorama in the Skip Barber Race Series, leading all ten laps from pole position and finishing more than 11 seconds clear of runner-up David Friedman.  Adam Rylance turned-in a fine drive of his own by motoring from 10th on the grid to a third place finish, even as Guindi cemented his claim as “King of the Mountain” when he become the only sim racer to break the 2:29 mark with a blazing lap of 2:28.646.


Friedman (10) climbed from fourth on the opening lap to an eventual second place finish.

The best battle of the race saw Juan E Lopez take fifth place from Joseph Burton-Harris and David Peña Jimenez, the threesome covered by just .3s while Christian Cabangca and Karl Dronke charged from 17th and 15th on the grid, respectively, to come home P7 and P8.

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Lopez (1) edges Burton-Harris (12) and Jimenez (9) in the battle for fifth spot.

Greg Seitz fell from second to tenth in the opening laps before advancing to an eventual ninth place finish ahead of Borja Zazo.

Next week sees the iRacing Skip Barber Race Series heading to the virtual red clay of Georgia for a 22 lap race on Road Atlanta’s ten turn, 1.76 mile short course.  Be sure and catch all the sim racing action on iRacingLive on Wednesday, March 29 at 8:15 p.m. Eastern.

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