a couple of laps remaining, when he ran wide in a corner. It was a tough race and we struggled throughout with rear grip but ultimately we held on to give the team another well deserved podium. The car performed flawlessly and the efforts of all the guys in the pits once again ensured that we were always at the sharp end."
Edwards feels the team finally got a bit of luck to ride along with them all the way to the waving checkered flag.
"Considering we were expecting our two worst races on the schedule to be Homestead and New Jersey," Edwards commented, "it is great for the team to come away with a couple of podiums as we head into tracks that should suit the Camaro better."
Johnson: "The team has continued its excellent run this year with perfect reliability and completed laps. We have great momentum right now and we need to keep it going at this level through the next month as we will have four races over five straight weekends.
"I think the cars were all pretty evenly balanced today on the new Continental Tire," Johnson continued, "but the Ferrari with its lighter weight and bigger tire is in a different league. The No. 70 Mazda would have also had us covered today if they didn't lose a lap in the pits. I think it's great the Ferrari has won a few races, but now it's time for Grand-Am to try to get the balance back to where it needs to be so all the teams have a fair shot to win."
The next race on the 2012 GRAND-AM Rolex Sports Car Series schedule is the Chevrolet Detroit Sports Car Challenge at Belle Isle Park in Detroit, Michigan.
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