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Martell gets the first GRC Lites win of the season

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

In the Global Rallycross lites feature from the Memphis International Raceway in Memphis, Tenn., Conner Martell won the 10-lap main event. Martell, the DirtFish Motorsports driver, won the race by over a minute.

Martell had a best lap of 1:03.346. He completed the course in 10:57.846.

Conner Martell (Photo by Conner Martell)

Conner Martell (Photo by Conner Martell)

The Vermont native bested his second-place finisher, Cyril Raymond, by 1.057 seconds. Raymond, who drives for Olsbergs MSE X Forces, was the other driver to have a 1:03-minute lap, with a 1:03.673.

He completed the course in 10:58.903.

Christian Brooks, the driver for Dreyer & Reinbold Racing, was the third-place finisher. He was 2.095 seconds behind the leaders.

Brooks had a 1:04.382 second lap for his best. He needed 10:59.941 to complete the 10-lap course.

Brooks’ Dreyer & Reinbold Racing teammates, Travis PeCoy and Alex Keyes, did not finish the course. Also, Burt Jenner, of AF Racing, did not complete it either.

PeCoy was the eighth-place finisher after being two laps down. Keyes was also three laps down.

Jenner was the only driver hit with a disqualification. He completed eight places before the disqualification happened.

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