With two hours remaining in the TireRack.com Grand Prix at Road Atlanta, Mazda Motorsports has moved into the lead of the race ahead of Acura Team Penske.
Wayne Taylor Racing looked in command throughout the first half of the race until a puncture put the #10 Cadillac DPi-VR on an alternate strategy and dropped it out of the lead.
This promoted the #6 Acura ARX-05 of Juan Pablo Montoya before Cameron took over at the start of the fourth hour. Cameron then came under increased pressure from both the #77 Mazda RT24-P of Olivier Pla and the #31 Whelen Engineering Cadillac DPi-VR of Filipe Albuquerque.
The lead then changed hands during a pitstop cycle when Pla handed over to Nunez, who managed to get out ahead of Cameron on the overcut and captured the lead, with Cameron second ahead of Pipo Derani, who took over from Albuquerque.
The #85 JDC-Miller Motorsports Cadillac DPi-VR has been retired after the team was unable to fix the issues the car suffered after contact on the opening lap with the #18 ORECA 07-Gibson.
PR1/Mathiasen motorsports still leads LMP2 with Era Motorsports far down the field after its earlier delay after being caught up in the start incident.
In GTLM, Porsche leads ahead of BMW. Fred Makowiecki leads in the #911 Porsche 911 RSR-19, with the #25 BMW M8 GTE of Bruno Spengler second and John Edwards third in the #24 BMW M8 GTE.
The #912 Porsche 911 RSR-19 has dropped out of contention for victory following a brake issue, while the #3 Corvette C8.R fell away after Jordan Taylor reportedly struggled to make the Michelin tyres work.
In GTD, Paul Miller Racing still leads with the #48 Lamborghini Huracan GT3 Evo in the hands of Corey Lewis, ahead of the #86 Acura NSX GT3 Evo of Matt McMurry and the #12 Lexus RC F GT3 of Aaron Telitz.