***This weekend marks the first time that Lamborghini Super Trofeo North America has raced at Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta since 2015. Due to its early October date, the Motul Petit Le Mans weekend had typically not been logistically feasible due to the timing of the Lamborghini World Final, which has been canceled for this year.
***Corey Lewis, who currently leads the Pro-Am standings with McKay Snow in the No. 63 Change Racing Lamborghini Huracan Super Trofeo, is the only class winner from that event who is returning this weekend.
***The revised 2020 Super Trofeo schedule sees trips to WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca in late October prior to completing its season at Sebring International Raceway in November.
***Lewis is arguably the busiest driver in the IMSA paddock this weekend as the Lamborghini GT3 Young Driver is set to pull triple duty between three different series, totaling four races in all.
***Lewis will also be in Paul Miller Racing’s Lamborghini Huracan GT3 Evo in Saturday’s six-hour WeatherTech SportsCar Championship enduo and will also be at the wheel of a GS class McLaren 570S GT4 in Sunday’s Michelin Pilot Challenge race.
***Other drivers that are pulling double duty this weekend include Madison Snow (Paul Miller Lamborghini; IMSA GTD) and Shelby Blackstock (LA Honda World Racing Honda; Pilot Challenge TCR).
***Brandon Gdovic has taken an increased hands-on role with his family’s Precision Performance Motorsports operation, serving as the race engineer for his No. 46 Lamborghini entry while also servicing and setting up the car.
***The team recently consolidated its North Carolina shop with its Virginia-based operation due to COVID-19-related financial effects, according to team owner Richard Gdovic, who told Sportscar365 they are open to running additional Super Trofeo entries later this season.
***Road Atlanta marks Aston Harrison’s home race. The Harrison Contracting company is based locally in Atlanta. Harrison and co-driver Andrea Amici qualified the No. 25 Prestige Performance/Wayne Taylor Racing Lamborghini third and first in class, respectively, for the pair of 50-minute races.
***Race 1 of the weekend gets underway at 8:15 a.m. ET, while Race 2 is set for Sunday at 9:10 a.m. Both will be streamed live on IMSA.com/TVLive featuring commentary from IMSA Radio’s Brian Till and Jeremy Shaw.