Zac Brown finished third in the final race in the USA

We talked about the fact that Zach Brown, CEO of McLaren Racing and co-owner of the United Autosports team, takes part in the traditional Monterey Motorsports Reunion festival of historical racing vehicles these days of August and pilots unique cars from his collection.

In the final race at Laguna Seca, California on Saturday, Brown took a decent third place – he piloted the Jaguar XJR10 sports prototype, created in the late 80s by the British company TWR. In 1989-1991 the pilots who used such machines in the American IMSA GT championship won more than one victory.

The previous weekend, in the same Jaguar, Brown had already finished in the top three, twice, taking 3rd place in the first race and winning the second.

The United Autosports team, under the flag of which he races historical cars, congratulated his leader on the successful completion of the weekend’s sports program.

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