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Brooks gets the nine-lap GRC Kentucky win

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Christian Brooks has won the Red Bull Global Rallycross Lites 9-lap feature at the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville, Kentucky. The Dreyer & Reinbold Racing driver completed the course in 5:11.740.

His best lap on the course was 32.563. Brooks was the third-place finisher of the season opener at Memphis International Raceway in Memphis, Tenn. last month.

Christian Brooks (Photo by Christian Brooks)

Christian Brooks (Photo by Christian Brooks)

Conner Martell, who won the last race, was the second-place finisher in this race. The DirtFish Motorsports driver was 2.684 seconds behind Brooks.

His best lap was 33.745 seconds. He completed the course in 5:14.424.

Gustavo Yacaman, a former Indy Lights driver, was the third-place finisher for AF Racing. Yacaman was 4.782 seconds behind Brooks.

Yacaman’s best lap was 34.253. He completed the course in 5:16.522.

Like the first race, Travis PeCoy, a driver for Dreyer & Reinbold Racing, did not finish. He was one lap down.

Cyril Raymond, the second-place finisher of the first race, who is a driver for Olsbergs MSE X Forces, did not finish. He nearly completed all nine laps.

Alex Keyes, also with Dreyer & Reinbold Racing, did not complete a lap.

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