The Trans Am by Pirelli Esports Championship journeyed back in time Saturday, staging Round 7 of the virtual championship on a resurrected Bridgehampton Race Circuit.

The trip was a walk down memory lane for fans as the field of talented racers delivered Trans Am’s signature action-packed racing that saw close competition through the field on the Long Island circuit that played host to Trans Am in the 1970s.


Josh Hurley (No. 03 Jetco Racing / McAleese & Assoc.) went lights to flag, winning the opening round to briefly reclaim the championship lead. But it was Tyler Kicera (No. 4 Howe Racing Ent / Carbotech Brakes) who won the day after a victory in the final race topped Hurley’s early standings.

Kicera now leads the championship by four points (394-390) over Hurley heading into the finale.

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“It was a big day for me,” said Kicera. “I lost some ground to Josh (Hurley) in the first race, so I knew I had to be super aggressive in the second race, to keep him behind me and try to maximize points. But, we retained the points lead going into Lime Rock. I wouldn’t say I’m comfortable or that I have a cushion, but at least I’m on the right end of it at the

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Title: Hurley, Kicera, are virtual Bridgehampton Trans Am Esports winners
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Published Date: Sun, 14 Jun 2020 00:38:15 +0000




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