RYAN BRISCOE, NO. 10 SUNTRUST RACING CHEVROLET DALLARA, comments following his first stints behind the wheel in the Rolex 24: HOW WAS THE CAR DURING YOUR TURN BEHIND THE WHEEL? “Our car was fast for sure. We are lacking a little bit of top speed which was frustrating and you don’t like running on the inside of the track."
Upon completion of the first round of driver changes, all eight Roush Yates-powered Ford's are still in contention. The No. 76 Krohn Racing Ford/Lola was the first Ford to take the lead during the second stint with Nic Jonsson (SWE) behind the wheel.
This weekend’s K&N Pro Series All-Star Showdown at Toyota Speedway at Irwindale is no different, and once again the buzz around the garages surrounds a few of the major players in the East and West series.
Earlier this week, Chevrolet announced a promotional partnership with GRAND-AM Road Racing. Chevy will supply the official pace vehicle and have a major at-track presence for GRAND-AM races at Elkhart Lake and Watkins Glen.