Bryan Sellers held off a hard-charging Jacob Eidson for victory in the season-opening round of Lamborghini Super Trofeo North America at Road America.
Sellers and co-driver Madison Snow claimed overall honors in their Change Racing Lamborghini Huracan Super Trofeo Evo in Friday’s 50-minute contest at the four-mile Wisconsin circuit.
It was a banner day for the Lamborghini of Charlotte-supported Change squad, which swept the race with wins in all four classes.
Having started on pole, Snow stretched out into a 4.3-second lead over Steven Aghakhani in the No. 6 US RaceTronics entry.
The gap was cut in half, however, following the round of mid-race pit stops and driver changes, which saw Eidson, the reigning Pro-Am class champion, hunt Sellers down on multiple occasions.
A late-race bobble by the 2018 IMSA GTD champion closed the margin even more on the second-t0-last lap, although Sellers managed to hold on, crossing the line 0.678 seconds ahead of Eidson for his first Super Trofeo win.
The No. 46 Precision Performance Motorsports entry of Brandon Gdovic, driving solo this weekend, completed the overall and Pro class podium in third, followed by the No. 1 Prestige Performance/Wayne Taylor Racing Lamborghini of Stuart Middleton and Stevan McAleer in fourth.
McKay Snow and Corey Lewis picked up Pro-Am class honors with a fifth place overall finish in their No. 63 Change Racing entry following a commanding run for the new-for-2020 pairing.
Snow finished 11 seconds clear of the No. 25 Prestige/WTR entry of Andrea Amici, giving the family a double victory on Friday.
Randy Sellari, meanwhile, claimed his first career victory in LB Cup, also driving for Change.
The 50-minute race ran caution-free and saw no major incidents, other than a spin by the No. 87 Prestige/WTR entry of Sydney McKee, who was making her series debut.
Race 2 is set for Saturday at 10:15 a.m. ET with live coverage on IMSA.tv.
RESULTS: Race 1