This guy couldn't be prouder of what he did.
Photo coming from the Circuit of the Americas, at Austin, USA, as "domination" can explain what happened in this Sunday afternoon.
Frenchman Kevin Estre, McLaren GT factory driver, won a wet Race 2 of Pirelli World Challenge's Nissan Grand Prix of Texas. Rain came strong, what forced the series organisation to start the race earlier than planned to avoid any problems.
We know from past times that McLarens and rain match pretty well, and Estre's performance with his K-PAX Racing/Flying Lizard Motorsports McLaren 650S GT3 just confirmed that.
As the other drivers had a cautious approach to avoid slide and spin in the wet track, Estre left the opposition behind, as he was clearly the quickest man on track, being initially five seconds faster than the next fastest lap time on track. When he crossed the finish line after 50 minutes of racing, he was 30 seconds ahead of the second placed driver.
Completing the podium with Estre were Ryan Dalziel from EFFORT Racing and Nick Catsburg of Reiter Engineering.
PHOTO: Flying Lizard Motorsports