FROM TEAM CHEVY INSIDE THE GRAND-AM GARAGE: JIM LUTZ, GM RACING PROGRAM MANAGER FOR GRAND-AM ROADRACING:
"The Homestead Miami track poses unique challenges to our teams in all three classes. Because of the time on the oval portion of the course, horsepower is critical. In addition, the Homestead track's banking puts quite a load into the suspension of the race cars in all classes. Striking a balance in suspension setup between the infield road course and the oval is an area where GM Racing engineers have worked closely with the teams' engineers. There is a delicate balance which must be achieved to ensure success when the checkered flag falls.
"We are ready!"
-source: team chevy