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GT Round Six From Monza Live 9pm Est on NAGPTV!

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The second of back to back 250km endurance events takes place this evening from the "Cathedral of Speed" in Italy; Monza plays host to round six of the North American Grand Prix Thursday night GT series at 9pm eastern.

Eiran Parsons returned to his winning ways last week at Spa-Francorchamps, winning NAGP's mid-season classic for the third time since the race has been run in Assetto Corsa and the ninth time overall in eleven years. Parsons powered his Nissan GTR past pole sitter Peter Szabo early on lap two and managed to fend of Szabo's McLaren for 35 of the scheduled 36 laps. The win for Parsons was by no means easy. Szabo hung on to the back of Parsons' Nissan for literally the entire race as the gap never reached over two seconds and for most of the second stint, the gap was under a second. Parsons dealt with the pressure from Szabo like a champion, not making the slightest mistake and brought the Nissan home 0.838 seconds ahead of Szabo in second. Parsons teammate, Chris Moses finished on the final step of the podium marking the best results of the season for both Precision Motor Racing drivers as well as a huge points night for the team.

Through five rounds, Kevin Kirkbride remains our points leader in the drivers championship with 84 points. Peter Szabo made up some ground on Kirkbride after last week moving into second with 76 points. Last season's drivers champion, Zack Hefner, is third with 74 points.

In the team championship, Kevin Kirkbride and Zack Hefner of Podium Hunters lead with 158 points. Peter Szabo and Salem Montgomery Jr. who make up RPM Extreme are second with 135 points. Precision Motor Racing's Chris Moses and Eiran Parsons jump to third after their big result last week with 96 points.

Join Jake Feimster and Jack Ivy on NAGPTV starting at 9pm eastern for complete coverage of round six from Monza. The action kicks off with 25 minutes of open qualifying followed immediately after by the 250km race.

Entering tonight's race at Monza, the practice times are incredibly close, just one second separating first through fifteenth. This is anyone's race to be won.

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