Homestead, FL – October 4, 2016 – The Trans Am series is ready to battle on the high-speed circuit of Miami-Homestead Speedway this weekend for Round 9 of the season championship. Burtin Racing and the GoShare Corvette are poised to bounce back with performance gains from recent mechanical setbacks and will seek a top finish from a competitive field.
The No. 7 GoShare Corvette C7.R will compete in the 70-minute timed Trans Am race this Sunday at 1:15 p.m. ET. The track features a NASCAR oval combined with an infield road course that consists of 2.3-miles and 11 turns. The quick straightaways produce 175mph top speeds and 20-degree banked corners.
“We are looking forward to heading to south Florida and getting on track at Miami-Homestead,” stated Claudio Burtin, driver and team principal. “I’d like to give a special shout-out to my daughter Bella who will be joining us at the event this weekend. Let’s hope for great weather and racing conditions.”
You can follow the live timing and scoring boards from the Trans Am 100 at Miami-Homestead Speedway on the Race Monitor application from your mobile device or follow @Burtin_Racing on Twitter for at-track updates.
Try the GoShare app for on-demand delivery services in your local area! GoShare connects you with a truck or cargo van nearby for short distance moving and hauling. Burtin Racing will display the black and blue GoShare theme on the No. 7 Corvette C7.R for the remainder of the Trans Am Championship season.