Another Top-Ten Result from Bryson Morris and Taylor Hagler at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course

After a weekend across seas racing in the Nurburgring 24 Hours, Bryson Morris returned to his regular ride in the IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge in the #77 alongside co-driver Taylor Hagler for Bryan Herta Autosport. Competing at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course for the O’Reilly Auto Parts Four Hours of Mid-Ohio, Morris and Hagler managed a top-ten finish as they still look for that elusive race win.

After two practice sessions and qualifying, Morris and Hagler were set with the seventh position on the grid to start the race. Morris took the green flag for the four-hour race and climbed two spots after the first hour and a driver switch. By hour two, the #77 was in sixth, piloted by Hagler. Hour three saw them in tenth, and with a driver switch back to Morris at hour four, the driving duo recovered two spots up to eighth by the checkered flag.

“It was a tough race,” explains Morris. “But we’re happy with a top-ten. We’ll keep pushing for that podium and get prepared for an even better result at Watkins Glen in just a couple weeks’ time. This series continually proves it’s got some heavy competition and skill amongst the competitors, but Taylor’s and my time will come.”

Morris will return in the #77 car with Taylor Hagler and Bryan Herta Autosport next week at Watkins Glen International June 20-23 for the 2024 Sahlen’s Six Hours of The Glen. Morris will also be jumping back in the #30 ANSA Motorsports machine to race in the Lamborghini Super Trofeo North America series for a weekend of double duty driving.

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