IMSA put on quite a show despite just bringing 16 cars to the party. No yellow flags, but plenty of fenders clashing made it close in both DPi and GTD classes. I also interview the drivers from Wayne Taylor Racing, Meyer Shank Racing, and Paul Miller Racing.
It occasionally rains in Monaco. Changing conditions increased the importance of pit strategy and mistakes bit some teams harder than others. Nice weather prevailed stateside for the Indy500, but high winds played with car balance, as did pit penalties.
Nine of the ten teams brought new parts to their cars to improve performance, with Haas being the one hold out. Chris and I dissect the performance differences we saw in a Grand Prix filled with luck, both good and bad.