Detroit kicks off a busy month of June for the Turner Motorsport team
Unfortunately, the No. 01 Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates BMW Riley of Scott Pruett and Memo Rojas had the shortest race of their long career.
Christian Fittipaldi and Joao Barbosa drove the No. 5 Corvette DP to second place in a hard fought two-hour sprint race through the streets of Belle Isle.
Edwards and co-driver Robin Liddell had dominated the GT class in the previous two rounds at Barber Motorsports Park and Road Atlanta.
Jeff Segal gives R.Ferri/AIM Motorsport Racing with Ferrari 458 team first podium finish with third place showing in Detroit with co-driver Max Papis.
This win brings John Edwards and Robin Liddell up to second place in the driver championship standings, just five points away from the lead.
The team now looks forward to the home race and the Diamond Cellar Classic at Mid-Ohio in two weeks’ time.
Richard Westbrook: "Fortunately for us a lot of other cars had misfortunes, so we got some good point."
Ryan Dalziel: “We are obviously disappointed. There are weekends you feel that when you’re this strong you’d surely come away with a victory."
No. 99 Corvette Daytona Prototype Team and drivers Endure in-race frustrations but leave Detroit within two points of the championship lead.
Vaults Velocity Worldwide Corvette DP to top of the Rolex Series Standings.
Edwards and Liddell score GT “Hat Trick” in Camaro; Miller, Nunez win GX for Mazda.
All-Corvette DP front row
8th and 10th places on the gird for Michael Shank Racing
Taylor will start form third row at Belle Isle
Targeting return to Motown podium
Max Papis takes GT pole in R. Ferri/AIM Motorsport Ferrari
Both Corvette and Ford teams want the home victory but BMW Riley's Scott Pruett and Memo Rojas hold the points lead heading into Detroit.