Actually Segal drove the 69 car, im not sure if he finished the race.
Sylvain Tremblay (of Qubec) drove the 70 car to victory lane.
Im happy to see a rotary and a Canadian finish first in such a highly competitive series.
Also the series organizers announced that the rotary is now officially the privateer car of choice in Grand Am racing.
This is the first victory since the Mazda 787b won the 24h of le man (the next year they were not allowed to run) and now the rotary is the #1 prefrence. Irony.
Last edited by DriveItSideways; 02-04-2008 at 06:04 PM.