In one of the most bizarre races in American Le Mans Series history, Muscle Milk Pickett Racing claimed top honors and clinched the P1 championship following a chaotic and crash-filled Grand Prix of Baltimore.
Lucas Luhr held off Guy Smith to give he and co-driver Klaus Graf their sixth victory in seven races in the No. 6 HPD ARX-03a. It came following a late duel with the No. 16 Dyson Racing Lola B12/60 Mazda, which was at the center of a controversial start that resulted in a six-car pileup and a lengthy red flag for cleanup.ALMS, Grand Prix of Baltimore, Klaus Graf, Lucas Luhr, Muscle Milk Pickett Racing, Sports Cars