Heylen scored his first career WeatherTech Championship class pole in a blazing lap by the U.S.-based Belgian Friday at Sebring Raceway, sportscar365.com
The silver-rated veteran turned in a lap of 2:00.844 to lead a very competitive GT Daytona qualifying session Friday at Sebring. Heylen beat out the No. 30 Audi of Andrew Davis
by 0.702 seconds to grab the top starting spot in class for this weekend's Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring. Heylen, Patrick Long
and Ryan Hardwick
will contend for the class win Saturday and a possible shot at winning the championship.