After a solid qualifying effort, Flying Lizard faced a long, uphill battle during the 4-hour American Le Mans Series race, including multiple incidents with other cars and significant damage to the No. 44 and No. 45 Porsche 911 GT3 Cup cars. Even prior to the green flag coming out for the start of the race the No. 44 was hit in the Corkscrew turn, spinning the car and damaging the right rear wheel and rear suspension, plaguing the car with handling issues which persisted through the end of the race. Through quick pit work, pit strategy, and a strong first stint by Pierre Ehret, the No. 44 was able to get back onto the lead lap, although was then collected by a spinning prototype and pushed down multiple laps where it ran through the remainder of the day. Both Pierre and co-driver Dion von Moltke ran very quick laps throughout the race despite a broken and completely ineffective rear anti-roll bar, eventually finishing in 9th position.