Ryan Eversley's GT4 America Supra EVO 2024 race weekend debut at Sonoma Raceway

April 12, 2024

In the Pirelli GT4 America ranks it was Harry Cheung and Ryan Eversley who qualified their Toyota Supra GT4 machine ninth in class. With Cheung starting the first race of the season, he quickly gained 5 positions overall which resulted in a move up to P4 in class. Unfortunately, due to an unsafe maneuver by a competitor the Supra suffered damage to the right rear suspension just before the twenty-minute mark of the sixty-minute race took the #07 entry out of the race and shifted the focus on earning a solid result on Sunday.

After failing to finish yesterday, the Pirelli GT4 America duo of Harry Cheung and Ryan Eversley would be looking for redemption. Rolling off the grid seventh in class, it was Eversley who took the green flag behind the wheel of the Toyota Supra GT4 before he was set to hand the controls over to Cheung to bring it to the checkered and the end of the weekend for the #07 machine.

Running a consistent first stint, Eversley maintained his seventh-place position for most of his drive before handing the controls over to Cheung at the mid-race distance. With a flawless driver change by the Precision Racing LA team, Cheung left the pits in the same position as he entered, but gained one position with just under twenty-five minutes remaining as he began his march to the finish. With the yellow flag flying with eight minutes to go, the field would not have the opportunity to go back racing as the Eversley and Cheung duo would end their second race of the weekend sixth in class.

“We’ve only done 1 day of testing and considering the track situation this weekend, I’m ok with where we ended up. P6 was a nice result after our DNF Saturday” shared Eversley at the conclusion of the weekend.

Next up for the Precision Racing LA Pirelli GT-4 America will be a trip to the bumpy Sebring International Raceway over the May 3 – 5th weekend.