September 19, 2014 , AUSTIN, Texas - SRT ® (Street and Racing Technology) Motorsports raced to a trio of victories in IMSA TUDOR United SportsCar Championship and Trans Am Series action on Saturday.
Dodge Viper SRTs captured the checkered flag in both the GTLM and GTD classes in the IMSA TUDOR United SportsCar Championship race at Texas’ Circuit of the Americas (COTA), while Cameron Lawrence gave SRT Motorsports its first Trans Am victory when he piloted a Dodge Challenger SRT to victory lane at Connecticut’s Lime Rock Park the same afternoon.
"This has been a successful, winning weekend for SRT Motorsports. In the TUDOR Championship points standings, we've gone from second to first place, not only in the driver's championship but also in the manufacturer's championship. It's an incredible achievement for our second full season in the sport,” said Ralph Gilles, CEO SRT Motorsports. "Ben Keating and the Viper Exchange team also won in the GTD class. We're also very happy about Miller Racing's effort in Trans Am and the TA2 class with Cameron Lawrence taking the podium and winning his first race in the Dodge Challenger SRT and Tommy Archer, a fixture in motorsports, finishing second." 
In the IMSA TUDOR Championship, SRT Motorsports finished first and second in the GTLM class in the Lone Star Le Mans at COTA. The No. 93 Dodge Viper SRT GTS-R won from the pole position with drivers Jonathan Bomarito and Kuno Wittmer, while their teammates – Dominik Farnbacher and Marc Goossens in the No. 91 Viper – finished second.
The No. 33 Viper Exchange Dodge Viper SRT GT3-R was also victorious in Texas and finished first in the IMSA TUDOR Championship’s GTD class at COTA. After driver Ben Keating started the race, co-driver Jeroen Bleekemolen took over the No. 33 Viper at the race’s one-hour mark and climbed from seventh to take the lead with 30 minutes remaining.
In Connecticut, Dodge Challenger SRTs recorded a one-two finish at Lime Rock Park in the ninth round of the Trans Am Series. Cameron Lawrence piloted the No. 1 Challenger SRT to SRT Motorsports’ first Trans Am victory in just the team’s third series start after partnering with Miller Racing in August. Road racing veteran Tommy Archer finished second in the No. 11 Challenger SRT, making a spot start for driver Tommy Kendall.
With finishes of first and second in both the Trans Am Series and IMSA TUDOR Championship GTLM class, as well as first in the GTD class, SRT Motorsports recorded the best possible finishing positions for its entries in all three contests.