How did I do that? Corvette Grand Sport running All Night I against: - Castrol Supra GT GTO Twin Turbo NSX-R LM GT2 GT-R LM Imprezza Rally Edition Have you ever seen such a line up for an endurance race? No me neither, there's usually a couple of dead ducks in the line up so you don't come last. I started at the back of the grid due to a bad qualifying run where I didn't even finish, slapped a barrier and spun so I abondon the run. Against the opposition I thought I wouldn't stand a chance, on my last race in GT I'm going to come last. By the 3rd lap I was leading after some brillant driving, overtaking the more powerful cars in the corners where their power counted against them. By lap 15 I thought I had enough of a gap to pit and get out in front, but the GTO and Supra had closed the gap more than I thought. By the time I re-entered the race I was 3rd and the NSX passed me as I started round the first corner. Well 4th is better than last and the NSX isn't that far ahead. After running a lap to warm my tires I went full throtle after the NSX which hadn't got away as much as I thought it would. Passed the NSX underneath the bridge and started to close the gap on the Supra. Passed the Supra down the straight after 2 laps of chasing him and started on the GTO, bringing the Supra with me. Caught and passed the GTO, I think his tires were going and the Supra passed him on the next lap, he might have pitted to let the Supra past. Led until the end increasing the gap over the Supra until my tires started going when it tried to claw back the advantage but all too soon the chequed flag was waved as I sped over the line. Corvette Grand Sport 56:53:644 Castrol Supra GT +19'524" GTO Twin Turbo +19'984" NSX-R LM GT2 +30'408" GT-R LM +51'192" Imprezza Rally Edition +88'798" I've not seen 2 AI cars be so close at the end of an endurance race either and on paper the Corvette shouldn't have stood a chance, it helps of course that I have setup the gears to allow me to reach top speed by the end of the straight, something the AI cars don't do. It certainly made my last race in GT something to remember fondly.