Big disappointment at the end of 12H of Sebring yesterday. Much like Daytona it felt like it was our race to win. Unlucky! Thanks for the support from StokEmballage and @JackandJonesTM this weekend. https://t.co/jLrYRvbuw4
Very happy to announce that I’ll be racing with @peugeotsport from 2022. I am very much looking forward to start preparing for this journey. The success @Peugeot has had at Le Mans and many other forms of Motorsport means expectations are very high. Let’s do this! 👊🏼 https://t.co/87vIWe8xC1
If we hadn’t had a puncture with 5 laps to go, I think we would have had a really good chance of winning the race. Motorsport is tough sometimes. Thanks @CGRTeams for an awesome race car. Great job by my teammates @Rengervdz & @scottdixon9. 12h of Sebring next! https://t.co/wHFDY2cOJG
First race experience with @CGRTeams and first time fighting in the front in a very long time. I missed that 👊🏼 Obviously gutted we couldn’t hold onto P1, but the car felt great and competitive, and I can’t wait for Saturday! 🔥 #IMSA#Rolex24#Daytonahttps://t.co/3n6kNzhmqF
Not a bad day. We were very close to Q2, but in the end just got squeezed out. I believe it will be a crazy race tomorrow with this track and hopefully we can benefit from that 👊🏼 https://t.co/pR9LgWOPoG
K-Mag was criticised for dissing his car, but actually he was rightly dissing the tyres. As his boss Steiner says, “It’s no longer how good your car is, but who makes the tyres work. It’s a tyre-handling championship now.” I’ve been saying it for a long time. It MUST change.