Geoff Isringhausen Jr. scored a pair of impressive wins in the 2023 International GT racing series, this time at the Road America track in Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin (July 7-9). Geoff took the checkered flag in two sprint “points” races in the Cayman 3.8 liter class. Geoff also scored an impressive qualifying time for the one-hour endurance race (2:18.90) but ultimately did not finish after being bumped by another driver.
2023 has been a successful campaign so far for Geoff Jr. and No. 181 Goldcrest Motorsports/Isringhausen Motorsports car, having placed first at Georgia’s Road Atlanta, among other strong finishes. He currently sits in fifth place on the Stuttgart Cup leaderboard with 147 points.
In the GT3 Cup class, Geoff’s dad, Geoff Isringhausen, also is having a strong season. He currently sits in sixth place in the Mission Foods GT3 Cup Championship.
About Road America
Located midway between Milwaukee and Green Bay, Road America is a 4-mile motorsport road course that routinely hosts NASCAR Xfinity Series, IndyCar Series, and Trans-Am Series races. The track features many elevation changes, along with a long front stretch where speeds approaching 200 mph (320 km/h) may be reached.
About International GT
International GT is a North American racing series that includes three different championships for late-model Porsche and Ferrari competitors. The series competes at the continent’s premier road courses, including Sebring, Daytona, Road Atlanta, and many more.
Home primarily to sportsman drivers, with the occasional professional driver/coach joining the action in endurance races, International GT annually presents The Stuttgart Cup, Mission Foods GT3 Cup Trophy, and The Maranello Cup championships.