Madeline Stewart continues to impress on her Porsche Sprint Challenge North America campaign, coming home fourth in class in both races at Virginia International Raceway over the weekend.
The JDX Racing driver was quick from the outset, qualifying third fastest among the 26-strong field, missing out on a front-row start by less than two-tenths of a second.
Stewart started Race 1 well and ran as high as second before being pressured into a mistake by Aidan Kenny. She recovered to come home fourth in class and eighth overall.
Stewart then started Race 2 from fourth, maintaining her place to finish in the same place for a good haul of points from the round.
Canadian driver Zachary Vanier was a dominant force all weekend, starting on pole in both races to take victories each time out. The MDK Motorsports driver topped Kenny in both races to extend his championship lead in the Pro-Am class to 15 points.
Kenny retains second in the standings, while Stewart rounds out the top three, a further 12 points behind.
The Porsche Sprint Challenge North America field returns to action on 30 June at Mid-Ohio.
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