Sadly Sebring was a little disappointing, but almost anything would be after the IndyCar race we had last night. It's always great to see the sportscars run, but I'll be glad when we get a little more back to normal and have a more healthy field. I'm really looking forward to the new cars with maybe more manufacturers joining in. I think we were on the verge of a major sportscar renaissance, but this covid mess is depressing everything. Things were looking really good, and I'm optimistic we'll get back to that.
Action Express really nailed tonight. It was a beautiful race by both drivers. The Caddy was the car to have this weekend.
Mazda's advantage wasn't there this time, so maybe the BOP isn't that far off. Like last year, they were better on the fast tracks. I thing Mazda's drivers are underrated because they have gotten into some fierce scraps and raced very cleanly. Still shocked Multimatic is doing a better job than Joest, and I have no explanation.
The biggest surprise so far this season is just how little Penske factors into things. Cameron's car hit a bump in turn one and jumped completely off the ground at least once, maybe twice. Both cars just looked like they couldn't handle the bumps. I'm guessing they have something seriously wrong with their damper package because the car it's rear tires too.
The GT action was simply sizzling, but it's been that way for awhile. Lots of clean racing. I mean, the three leaders ran into each other in the pits, so the fight was pretty intense. It's always good when Corvette wins.
Overall, it was good, and we had a great sunset too.