Andrew Morton qualified his ’92 BMW 325i on the pole for Saturday’s race by .7 seconds over Mark Magee’s ’95 BMW M3. Qualifying third was Tim Nichols in another ’95 BMW M3 in the three-car GTS3 class. In the race, it was clear that Morton and Magee were much faster as they pulled away from Nichols. For the whole race, Morton had a one- to two-second advantage over Magee. Magee started to close in when Morton was held up by lapped traffic, but he never got close enough to make a move. Morton won and edged out Magee by just over three seconds. Nichols was more than 80 seconds behind. Morton set the fast lap of the weekend during the Saturday’s race with a time of 1:42.255.
On Sunday Magee qualified on pole by more than .4 seconds. At the start, Magee had to go on the defensive to block a charging Nichols, and he let Morton take the lead. As Morton pulled away and Nichols fell back, the race resembled Saturday’s. Morton ended up winning by some 11 seconds and Nichols was 75 seconds back.