Scott Hargrove of Surrey won seven races in the 10-race Ultra94 Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge auto racing series

Hargrove sweeps GT3 Cup races

Surrey driver finished third in series standings

Scott Hargrove was the dominant driver of the series, yet finished in third place in the Platinum Cup standings of the Ultra94 Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge auto racing series.

The Surrey driver capped off the season with two victories at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park in Bowmanville, Ontario last weekend, upping his win total to seven in eight races.

But by missing the first two races of the 10-race series, Hargrove was in a hole far too deep to climb out of. Chris Green, winner of the two races on the opening weekend, nursed his points lead over the final eight races of the series to clinch top spot, despite finishing behind Hargrove in each of those eight races.

Driving for OpenRoad Racing, Hargrove won a caution-filled race Saturday, crossing the finish line with the yellow flag waving.

“It’s just too bad we didn’t get more green-flag laps, but still, we were able to walk away when it was green,” Hargrove said. “I’m just super, super happy with the OpenRoad Porsche.”

The margin of victory was 11 seconds Sunday, and Hargrove led from start to finish.

Just Posted

Surrey mayor appoints Terry Waterhouse to oversee policing transition

Waterhouse was hired by the previous Surrey First slate as the city’s first-ever Director of Public Safety Strategies

Surrey councillor defends SOGI 123 stance after resigning from AutismBC

Laurie Guerra stands by her opposition to SOGI 123 resource as backlash over meeting comes to a head

PHOTOS: Hockey history in Surrey as Team India comes to play

Squad played its very first game in Canada on Tuesday against Surrey Falcons

Proposed coal project for Fraser Surrey Docks back in court

It could be months before the federal appeal court renders a decision

Minor injuries for firefighter struck outside South Surrey fire hall

Minor injuries for firefighter struck outside South Surrey fire hall

Calgarians vote ‘no’ to bidding for 2026 Winter Games, in plebiscite

Out of 767,734 eligible voters, 304,774 voted and 171,750 said ”no.”

Canada wants free trade deal with southeast Asian nations, Trudeau says

ASEAN nations combined have nearly 650 million people, an economy of US$2.8 trillion, and are already Canada’s sixth-biggest trading partner.

Olympic and Paralympic committees disappointed, but respectful of Calgary’s vote

The majority of voters said ‘no’ to a potential Calgary bid for the 2026 Winter Olympics and Paralympic Games.

Wildfire death toll rises in California as search for missing continues

Authorities reported six more fatalities from the Northern California blaze, bringing the total number of dead so far to 48.

B.C. MLAs urge Trudeau to call byelection immediately in Burnaby-South

Four NDP provincial politicians from British Columbia are urging Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to immediately call a byelection in the federal riding of Burnaby-South.

Provincial housing boss brought home more than $350,000 in 2017-18

BC Housing develops, manages and administers a wide range of subsidized housing options

Prince Charles turns 70 with party, new family photos

Charles is due to have tea on Wednesday with a group of people who are also turning 70 this year

Kuhnhackl scores 2 odd goals as Isles dump Canucks 5-2

Vancouver drops second game in two nights

Fear of constitutional crisis escalates in U.S.; Canadians can relate

Some say President Donald Trump is leading the U.S. towards a crisis

Most Read