there was a lot of mud all over the track.
"When I came in to hand off to Robin," Bremer continued, "the team had to clear away a ton of mud and when he went back out we were in fourth place. The team did very good job and the Camaro was so good that I was sad the race was cut short. I think we had a good chance to win if the race had gone the full distance."
There are many more races to come this season and, if the skies stay blue and Grand-AM continues to work effectively to find the right competitive balance between the cars in the series, Mike Johnson thinks the Stevenson Team will make its share of podium appearances.
Johnson: "Right now the 57 team is operating at a very high level and it really shows through practice, qualifying and the races. The crew, engineers and drivers have really come together this year and right now we are not leaving anything on the race track. The only problem is that Grand-Am is not allowing us to race for the win. We have been limited all year with an insufficient rear tire compared to the other cars, and when we finally got some rain to provide some balance, they cut the race short. I guess that's racing as Grand-Am kind of handed us a win last year at Mid-Ohio, but the decisions in the tower have really been lacking for quite a few races now. I expect some changes by New Jersey and hopefully when the tide turns our favor a little bit, we'll be ready to pounce!"
Liddell: "We are on to New Jersey next which - if it stays dry - will almost certainly prove to be our toughest event to date. I want to once again say thanks to the guys for continuing to put together a good reliable car and to Johnny and Susan for their resolve in these challenging times!"
The next race on the 2012 GRAND-AM Rolex Sports Car Series schedule takes place the weekend of May 13th at New Jersey Motorsports Park.
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