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Isringhausen Motorsports Dominates at Laguna Seca

The Isringhausen Motorsports team continued their winning ways May 4-7 at the internationally famous Laguna Seca Raceway near Monterey, California. Geoff Isringhausen took the checkered flag in the GT3 Cup class while Geoff, Jr. finished second in the Cayman 3.8 liter class.

Geoff Isringhausen, Jr. negotiates Laguna Seca's downward sloping "corkscrew" turn.

The weekend’s action was part of the International GT racing series 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.

Laguna Seca is a 2.25-mile paved road racing track with 180 ft. of elevation change, which poses a challenge for even the most experienced drivers. Its eleven turns are highlighted by the circuit's signature turn, the downhill-plunging “corkscrew” at Turns 8 and 8A.

The next stop for the International GT series will be Lime Rock Speedway in northwestern Connecticut (May 25-27).

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