Steven Aghakhani held off Madison Snow to give US RaceTronics a sweep of the event at Sebring International Raceway while Snow claimed the Lamborghini Super Trofeo North America Pro championship.
Aghakhani and co-driver Jacob Eidson again enjoyed a controlling run, leading from green to checkered in Friday afternoon’s 50-minute season finale, although it wasn’t enough to overturn Snow in the points standings.
The 17-year-old rising star crossed the line 0.936 seconds ahead of Snow for his and Eidson’s fourth overall win of the year.
Snow needed to finish third or better to claim the Pro championship.
His brother, McKay Snow, meanwhile won the Pro-Am class title alongside co-driver Corey Lewis, in a banner day for the racing family and Change Racing, which claimed championships in all four classes.
While having come under pressure from Brandon Gdovic in the No. 46 PPM Lamborghini Huracan Super Trofeo Evo late in the stages, Madison Snow held on to finish second overall and in class.
The No. 1 Prestige Performance/Wayne Taylor Racing Lamborghini of Stevan McAleer and Stuart Middleton finished fourth while Danny Formal bounced back from an issue in Race 1 to claim Pro-Am class honors in Race 2.
Formal finished 11.282 seconds ahead of the No. 24 US RaceTronics entry of Leo Lamelas, who wound up short of the class title to Lewis and McKay Snow, who finished third in class in their No. 63 Change entry.
Victor Gomez won again in the Am class while Randy Sellari swept the weekend in LB Cup.
Both Gomez and Sellari locked up the titles prior to season finale on Friday afternoon.
RESULTS: Race 2