The pitts are easily accessible, and the teams are friendly and chatty if they have the time.
The Stevenson Camaro. They will most likely only compete in the Continental Challenge next year.
The pole sitter in GT and its sister car.
The typically strong Ganassi BMW Riley driven by Scott Pruett and Memo Rojas. This weekend was not their weekend for a podium position.
A Michael Shank Ford Riley.
The race started at 4:00 on Saturday, and was packed with excitement. Both classes are slower than their ALMS equivalents, but the lower cost prototype business model put 14 DPs on the grid this weekend. There is a lot of driver talent in the DPs such as Jordan Taylor, Ryan Dalziel, Alex Gurney, Stephane Sarrazin, and Scott Pruett. Accomplished drivers, both young and seasoned veterans, dicing for the lead.
Grand AM definitely has strength in numbers with the Daytona Prototype class.