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Mayer Fifth and Mosack 23rd in Third Points-Paying Race of 2021


Date:  May 1, 2021

Event:  Trans Am SpeedFest (Round 3 of 12)

Series:  Trans Am Series presented by Pirelli (TA2)

Location:  WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca in Monterey County, California

Layout:  2.238-mile, 11-turn road course

Format:  46 laps or 75 minutes

Race Winner:  Rafa Matos of Peterson Motorsports


• Sam Mayer – Started 8th, Finished 5th (Running, completed 43/43 laps)

• Connor Mosack – Started 6th, Finished 23rd (Running, completed 42/43 laps)

Sam Mayer, Driver No. 8, TeamSLR:

“I had a lot of fun out on the West Coast this week between last week’s ProAm race at Sonoma and today’s race here at Laguna Seca. Coming home with a win at Sonoma and a top-five today is really cool. I cannot thank M1 Racecars, TeamSLR and Fields Racing enough for all their work. We have some work to do here at Laguna Seca. We were tight all weekend long. We figured it out for qualifying, but the tight conditions came back during the race. I had a ton of fun running this weekend and I cannot wait to get back in the car at my home track of Road America.”

Connor Mosack, Driver No. 28, TeamSLR:

“We started sixth and I felt like we had a third-place car once we took the green. I was just riding in fourth and knew I was faster than the car in front of me. On a restart, I was run off the track after racing side-by-side for position coming off of turn two. I tried to make the pass again in the Corkscrew and ended up locking the tires up. It was good to see that our Nic Tailor/IFS M1-SLR Camaro had really good speed to run with the front guys, especially at the end of the race. We’ll take that speed with us to Lime Rock.”

Next Up: 

The Trans Am Series presented by Pirelli heads to historic Lime Rock Park May 29-31 for its fourth points-paying race of the 2021 season. Practice at the 1.5-mile, seven-turn road course in Lakeville, Connecticut, begins May 29 with qualifying and the race taking place on May 31. Coverage will be livestreamed via the Trans Am by Pirelli Racing App, which can be downloaded on Apple iOS and Android Google Play. The app features high-definition onboard footage and real-time data, including live timing and scoring. A week pass can be purchased for $9.99, or an annual pass for $59.99. (NOTE: Downloading the app is free and free content is available, but a subscription is needed to watch live, on-track action.)