Gutting Sweeps Sebring Finale
Following two amazing days of racing at Sebring, preceded by a thriller at Homestead, Konnor Gutting proved to be the consistent driver over the 2021 Winter Series Championship. Narrowly missing a podium at Homestead, Konnor put his stamp on this event. With front row starts in both races, Konnor faced the familiar challengers in Frankie Mossman and Evan Stamer who would represent a nagging challenge in both events.
With the Gutting leading the pack of three, the collective mostly worked together to create separation from the rest of the racers. Working the cycle of traffic and draft that Sebring provides, the lead trio illustrated just why it pays off to work together in the early stages of the race to narrow the fight for the finale.
In both races it was largely the same outcome for Gutting. Work with the pack until the end and then really push to create a bit of separation. Finding that extra little bit to dig deep, Gutting would ultimately beat Stamer to the line in both races by 1″ with Mossman just 0.1″ adrift in 3rd – again in both races.