The Intercontinental Trophy Cup (ITC) Cayman Race Series has now completed it’s third of seven rounds this season. Round three was at New Jersey Motorsports Park in Millville, NJ. The Isringhausen Motorsports team was represented by Tanner Whitten in the Isringhausen 32 car normally being driven by Lukas Johnson. Lukas being a responsible college student sat this event out as it coincided with his final exams. Tanner carried on the winning tradition of car 32 sweeping the weekend and bringing home a first place trophy plus the prize money in P2 that is a part of the ITC program. Geoff Isringhausen Jr. ran the weekend in car 58. He drove well and battled hard with Geoff Sr. in both races but did not prevail and ended up in third overall for the weekend.
Geoff Sr. added, “We had to qualify in the rain on Sunday where Geoff Jr. did very well. He (Jr.) was hoping the race would be run in the rain as he has a lot of experience sliding around on wet surfaces. Racing in the rain did not make him as nervous as the rest of the group.”
Geoff Sr. won the P1 class for the weekend by finishing 3rd on Saturday and 1st on Sunday. Geoff Sr. has won all three rounds this year and is in a good position to win the P1 championship.
The next race is scheduled for June 22-23 at the New Orleans Motorsports Park in Avondale, Louisana. This is a new track to all the ITC competitors. We are all looking forward to another great event at this newly built facility. Check out the video below for a summary of the weekend at NJMP.