I was very impressed with Ron's restraint on the last lap or two when the #4 edged him out in the pits. Damaging the car wouldn't have been good given the short time until LeMans, but you could tell how much he wanted by.
I was very happy to see the #3 awarded the win. :cheers:
"Both cars were running very close and needed a couple of gallons of fuel," explained Corvette Racing program manager Doug Fehan. "The No. 3 car came in first but didn't stop quite short enough; when the No. 4 pulled into its pit, the No. 3 couldn't get out. The No. 4 Corvette took the lead, but was penalized 20 seconds because one of the crewmen didn't have his goggles in place during refueling. That penalty moved them to second.