Sunday Recap: Day Two of Majors Action from VIR

ALTON, Va. (April 19, 2014) – Low level rain clouds hung over VIRginia International Raceway on Sunday for Round 10 of the Southeastern Conference, and Round Two of the Northeastern Conference. The weather conditions teetered between wet and dry for most of the day.

Eight 16-lap feature races were on the docket for Sunday, as winners in 28 Runoffs-eligible classes were crowned at the 3.27-mile, 17-turn circuit.

For each race group, the grid was full of anxious drivers hoping that the forecasted rain would hold off while they were on track. For many, the track remained dry. However, the conditions could change at any minute.

Here's what the winners had to say:

Jonathan Goring, Spec Miata

Michael Scornavacchi, Touring 4

Kyle Boehm, Super Touring Lite

Kurt Rezzetano, Touring 2

Brian Price, B-Spec 

Chad Gilsinger, Touring 3 

 Ray Stephenson, GT-3

Denny Stripling, Spec Racer Ford

Michael Brent, Formula 500

Mitchell Ferguson, Formula Vee 

Kerry Jacobson, Spec Racer Ford Gen3

David Sanders, Touring 1

Daniel Richardson, American Sedan

Tom Patton, GT-2

Simon Gregg, GT-1

Scott Andrews, Formula F

Will Perry, H Production

Ken Kannard, F Production

Kevin Leigh, E Production 

Michael Kamalian, GT-Lite 

JR Osborne, Formula 1000  

Kevyan Soori, Formula Atlantic

Jacek Mucha, Prototype 1

Dennis Hanratty, Prototype 2

Tim Minor, Formula Continental 

Additional information, including interviews with the winning drivers and results, on the VIR Majors can be found at

VIR Majors