24 Oct 2011 — Kevin Ransom started on the pole and led every lap on the way to a commanding victory in the World of Outlaws in the opening round of the Season #2: IGN Auto Racing Career Series.
Ransom drove all of 17 laps total leading Newton Prado after initially being targeted by him on the first lap. Ransom controlled the race lead every lap from start to victory.
One last pass on the final lap put Terry Pringle in fifth place at the finish line.
Making his 30th start in the Porsche 996 GT3, Jan Sproule drove to a third-place finish.
Driving the Porsche 996 GT3, Pringle swapped leads multiple rounds with Cory Linton in a long and tense fight for fifth starting midway through, running within a car length of each other over a range of 18 laps. Pringle spent nearly all leading Linton after initially being caught by him on the second lap. Pringle fended off a prolonged challenge by Linton midway through, staying just an apex ahead of him over an unbroken run of nine laps. After losing the spot on lap 18, Pringle passed Linton for the second time and into fifth place on his final lap.
Driving the Porsche 996 GT3, Sproule spent the majority of 19 laps total pursuing Newton Prado after initially being challenged and passed by him on the fourth lap. Ultimately Sproule settled into third the 16 laps running to the checkered flag.
In the 30 career runs taken by Sproule in the Porsche 996 GT3, he has led 14 laps in all and taken the victory once.
Season #2: IGN Auto Racing Career Series moves on to Round 2 in three weeks at Charade. The series has 11 drivers competing for points in the championship.
Newton Prado took second place.
Prado drove the majority of 19 laps total leading Jan Sproule after originally catching and passing him on the fourth lap. Prado passed Sproule and into second place on lap 4, and controlled it the remaining 15 laps to the finish.
Matthew McMahon captured fourth place.
McMahon ran nearly all of 19 laps total leading Terry Pringle after initially catching and passing him on the third lap. McMahon got around Pringle and into fourth place on lap 3, and defended it against pressure by Pringle the remaining 17 laps to the checkered flag.