The #65 SpeedSource held on to third place to give Speedsource its first Super Grand Sports podium of the year.
Powell Motorsports second entry, the #110 Corvette Z06, came in fourth with Peter Tonelli and Rollie Stephenson sharing the driving duties.
It was an unfortunate weekend for TF Racing as their two Saleen SRs had several troubles throughout the weekend. The early part of the season went very well for the crew, but some very unfortunate luck has robbed the crew of some well deserved podiums the last several races.
This weekend, a practice wreck with the #44 DURA Racing Zippo Saleen caused oil to be dropped on the course from a broken oil cooler. The next car to come through the turn was the team car, the #47 Zippo Saleen. It got caught in the slick oil and also collected the wall. The TFRacing crew decided to put their focus on repairing the #44 DURA Racing Zippo Saleen, and park the #47 for the race. The #44 got running again for the race, but stopped on the pace lap. Despite the mechanical problems, the car still managed a fifth place finish for drivers Michael DeFontes and David Brown.
The Grand-Am Cup Street Stock Series will next compete at Grand Prix de Trois Rivieres in Quebec, Canada, August 3-5.