“The race never seemed to end” – said Davide Rigon – “but we aren’t entirely satisfied with fifth place. In the early stages of the race, I managed the tyres for our stint. Then a misunderstanding with an Am car when lapping caused me to take off on the kerb and land very violently. We were lucky not to retire and to have a sturdy car. However, from then on, we started to lose pace and suffer a little bit from tyre degradation, especially during lapping, when there is less aerodynamic load. Finishing the race is this weekend’s only consolation. We will analyse the data and try to prepare for Sebring as well as possible”.