Updated: May 10, 2020
To some 119 is a huge number - but compared to the UK's Coronavirus Case count - it'd make much more sense to race in Laguna Seca, then risk infection by going back to the UK, and then flying back to Sebring for the Sebring 12 Hours. The 100 Meters Of Laguna Seca was a funny old race..I had a good clean start, shifted up into gear 2 and then the driver to the front right of me span out, and unfortunately took me out - pinning me against the pit-wall and his car.
I hobbled the Porsche back to the pit-lane and got on a flight straight to Florida
Which as if - by some miracle had a force field of no cases surrounding it - Meaning that both the ELMS, and 12 Hours of Sebring was on....The struggle would
come the following weekend which was at Monza....stay tuned.