No. 47 Keyvan Andres Swift 016/MazdaAlton, VA - Some last minute position changes allowed Keyvan Andres to take the win in race one for the Atlantic Championship Series VIR weekend. Garth Rickards was able to score a second place podium spot in his Swift 016/Mazda and behind him was Keith Grant in the No. 40 Polestar car. 

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No. 40 Keith Grant Swift 016/MazdaAlton, VA - Polestar driver Keith Grant took the pole position with a time of 1:42.720 for race one of the Atlantic Championship Series at VIR. Grant took pole over Keyvan Andres, who had a time of 1:42.80. Starting in third for race one at VIR will be Garth Rickards who had a time of 1:43.294. Full Results. 

No. 47 Keyvan Andres Swift 016/MazdaAlton, VA – Top times for Atlantic Championship Series practice at VIR consisted of Keyvan Andres with the fast time of 1:44.086 that he put down during practice session two. In second for the day was Keith Grant with a time of 1:44.600 and in third was Garth Rickards who had a time of 1:44.811.

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No. 56 Conner Kearby Swift 016/MazdaSalem, NH - Coming into VIR, Keith Grant leads the Atlantic Championship Series point standings after four strong finishes between Road Atlanta and Watkins Glen. Behind Grant is young gun K-Hill driver Conner Kearby. Both Kearby and Grant have a win under their belt for the season, meaning a competitive weekend is ahead of the two drivers.

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Look through the lens of Kniffin Photography at the top ten photos from the Watkins Glen Weekend.

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Keyvan Andres The Atlantic Winners Circle Report lets you hear from our podium finishers in their words. Click here for race 1 interviews, and click here for race 2 interviews from Watkins Glen.

No. 47 Keyvan Andres Swift 016/MazdaWatkins Glen, NY - Sitting at the pole position, K-Hill Motorsports team member and driver of the No. 47 car, Keyvan Andres came out of turn one in the lead at the start of race two, putting him in position to win his second Atlantic Championship Series race in two days at Watkins Glen. Andres then continued to pull away from the rest of the field as the race continued, gaining a nearly four second lead by the tenth lap. Completing the podium was Keith Grant in second, followed by Garth Rickards in third.

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