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10-26-2003, 01:10 PM
Puerto Rico: Sunday Race Report - Sunday, October 26, 2003 at 10:30
Randy Pobst and Audi claimed the Driver’s and Manufacturers’ 2003 Speed GT World Challenge titles in magnificent style today (26 Oct).

Pobst started his Audi RS 6 Competition from pole-position and led the series concluding 36-lap race in Puerto Rico from start to finish.

Meanwhile outgoing champion Michael Galati brought his similar Audi Sport North America supported RS 6 home a season-equaling best second place, 1.324-secs behind his Champion Racing team-mate at the checkered flag in the 45-minute race.

Pobst had scored the Audi RS 6 Competition’s first race win at Road Atlanta in the previous round and arrived at the temporary 1.6-mile, 10-turn Isla Grande Airport circuit knowing fourth place or better would earn him title honors.

An additional point from his third “pole” start in the 10-race series meant Randy needed only a fifth place finish to beat BMW rival Bill Auberlen to the Driver’s “crown” as the cars lined-up on the 20-car grid in cloudy but hot (81°F) weather conditions.

10-26-2003, 01:17 PM
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