“It’s bitterly disappointing,” said Tandy. “We put ourselves in position as a team to have what looked like a pretty comfortable 1-2. Up to the point, the way the guys managed the race – the pit stops, how the engineers set the car up for the race – had us absolutely flying. A few laps before the last yellow, I felt something strange on the car and we’ll have to investigate what happened. We’re disappointed, but there are a lot of positives to go into next week with.”

IMSA will remain in the paddock at Watkins Glen this week ahead of Friday night’s Watkins Glen International 240 sprint race, which will go green at 6:05 p.m. Click here for full results from the Sahlen’s Six Hours of The Glen.

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