SEBRING, Florida (March 19, 2015) – Three different winners emerged Thursday in the debut of The Stuttgart Cup™ and Mission Foods GT3 Cup Trophy USA by Car Amigo in the 12 Hours of Sebring Support Races at Sebring International Raceway.


cayman-30-dominiqueDominique LeQueux, who scored his first Stuttgart Cup victory one race ago in The Palm Beach Grand Prix, earned another Florida victory Thursday in his MOMO-themed No. 30 Cayman S prepared by Goldcrest Motorsports. “I loved everything about the race,” LeQueux said. “The weather is good, so many cars and people, so fun. Also, I have the best team in the world at Goldcrest. They make my car the main thing and that makes me just second. They do a great job.” LeQueux battled with the No. 22 Bodymotion Cayman S of Rick Stavola for the entirety of the twilight sprint, and he joined LeQueux in leading the race. The duo was never more than a car length apart with Stavola taking second alongside but just a half car length behind LeQueux. “The race was great, my only challenge was Dominique,” Stavola said. “I would have liked first place of course, but I am having a great time, maybe having too much fun!” Two-time and reigning Stuttgart Cup Champion, Bill Riddell, finished third to complete The Stuttgart Cup™ podium. “My favorite part of the race was the beginning, the middle and the end,” Riddell said. “A lot of fun in the beginning, I was chasing my buddy Rick and just couldn’t catch him, and Dominique took off like a lighting flash. It was just fun, and it’s always great to see other guys having a great time and get out there with a smile on their face, because that is really what it is all about.

” Thursday’s other winners included debuting driver Vern Chevalier who took Stuttgart Cup honors in the larger displacement 3.8-liter class in his No. 24 Bodymotion Cayman S.