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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Atlantic City — Cyril Raymond has dominated the GRC Lites series this season. He picked up his fifth win of the season at Atlantic City 1 at Bader Field.

Each of his wins this season have come in doubleheader events, according to the Red Bull Global Rallycross series. This was Raymond’s first win since June at the GRC event at Ottawa, Canada.

Cyril Raymond (FRA) performs during the FIA World Rallycross Championship 2017 in Trois-Rivieres, Canada on August 6, 2017 (Photo by Red Bull Content Pool)

Cyril Raymond (FRA) performs during the FIA World Rallycross Championship 2017 in Trois-Rivieres, Canada on August 6, 2017 (Photo by Red Bull Content Pool)

The Olsbergs MSE X Forces driver completed the course in 8:34.104. His best lap was 55.303.

Conner Martell, who won the opening race of the season in Memphis, Tenn., finished 9.112 seconds behind Raymond. The DirtFish Motorsports driver finished the course in 8:43.216.

His best lap was 56.478, the only driver, who had a lap in the 56 seconds.

Alex Keyes, the Dreyer and Reinbold Racing driver, who won last year’s event at Bader Field, finished 14.497 seconds behind Raymond. Keyes finished the course in 8:48.601.

Raymond’s teammate, Cole Keatts, was the only GRC Lites driver, who did not finish the course. Keatts completed nine of the ten laps, before ending his day with the DNF.

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