Congratulations to all survivors of Le Mans 2012. * This may just be Audi's time to dominate. Either Audi is doing enough to solidify themselves as the absolute beasts of sportscar racing, or everyone else not doing enough to even be in the same league as Audi. They are just too damn good. * I was sad to see the DeltaWing and the Toyota Hybrids fall out of this year's event. Of course, nobody said that Toyota was going to blow peoples' minds. Nobody said Toyota was going to finally dethrone Audi much like what Peugeot did a few years ago. So it wasn't like I was expecting Toyota to shut up (and shut down) Audi. Still, Toyota will learn from this Le Mans and make themselves stronger for next year's event. As for the DeltaWing, they are winners to me even though they fell out of this year's running. We all have had our doubts as to how this car would actually handle. I think I heard this car was still able to get to 190 mph from a 1.6-liter, 300hp Nissan engine. I still liken the DeltaWing to a WipEout ship. Thing is, this race car was absolutely fascinating to check out and see in action. I just wished this car would finish. It did very well in its debut nonetheless. * I was pleased for Starworks for their LMP2 victory. Very happy for this team on a job well done. This Honda-powered team lead a bunch of Nissan-powered LMP2 cars. It will be interesting next year when Mazda provides engines to various LMP2 cars. Great job to Starworks. * It's confusing with the GTE ranks. It was a tough one for the factory Corvettes. All congratulations to Ferrari on a job well done. Congratulations also to the GTE AM winner (whom fails my memory). * It was impressive seeing all the rookies and the list of rookies. Even seeing Brian Vickers of the NASCAR ranks was great to see. I seem to be a lot more respectful of Michael Waltrip Racing for expanding its racing appeal into sportscar racing. I have been watching and following Le Mans since 2001. Every year, I ALWAYS look forward to Le Mans. It is a motorsports holiday unlike any other. You got passion, drama, strategy... all to survive one of the most grueling challenges in all of motor racing. This year's race was no different. I even enjoy the sense of humor from the various personalities. Everyone is professional and know what's at stake, but they are also very lighthearted and fun. There is just nothing like Le Mans. If I am fortunate one day, maybe I get to go out to Le Mans and be proud to say I was AT Le Mans as these incredible drivers and teams go at it for 24 hours. Seeing the action on TV and following it online is still just as good. Now life returns to normal... until Le Mans comes calling again.