With the Saturday grid set by fastest lap in the Friday event, Wetherill started sixth but fell to ninth in a
scrambled first turn after the green flag. He needed three laps to take sixth, and captured fifth three laps
With his eyes on the podium, he set his initial fast lap of 1:13.667-seconds to move into fourth with 22
minutes remaining. He then set up to erase a four-second deficit to move into third with 14:30 left in the
race. Wetherill then reset fastest lap in his bid for second, and was only 2.1-seconds back when an
accident with five-minutes remaining caused the race to end under caution.
Wetherill started fifth in Fridays opening 40-minute race, and held that position through the early stages of
the race. He was shuffled back to seventh on a restart with 22 minutes remaining. Wetherill moved up to
sixth on a pass seven laps later, but was 11 seconds behind fifth place. He made a late-race charge,
closing that deficit to three seconds at the checkered flag.
Wetherill is now set to tackle SROs GT World Challenge America Powered by AWS. He will co-drive with
veteran Ryan Dalziel in the Triarsi Competizione Ferrari 488 GT3 Evo 2020 when the season opens April
16-17 at Sonoma Raceway.