How did you become teammates with Ferrari of Washington? Cort: We both joined the same choir club actually. Bill: (laughs) Cort: I have been involved with Ferrari all of last year working with a couple of dealerships and coaching the Ferrari Challenge and working on suspension stuff with the 360 Challenge car. When the opportunity came to put together an effort with Daytona and Ferrari of Washington, I recommend Bill to come with us and drive in the 24 Hour, because I know he does a great job in a car.
What is your favorite racetrack? Cort: My favorite racetrack I have to tell you, is maybe one of the best - Watkins Glen. It has a little bit of everything, which I really like. On top of winning there I have always loved that track. I think it has got a little bit of speed, a little bit of technical and a little bit of gusto. It challenges your set-up. It's hard on the Brakes. It has got everything. I really like that track. Bill: I always thought Sebring was my favorite, forever, because my dad won there in '85 and I won there in '95, '97, and '98. I have always had really good success there. Then this year when I drove with Cort in Watkins Glen, all of a sudden I got a different feeling. The win there was such a good feeling that it might now have taken the lead over Sebring. The car was like a razor blade there. You could drive it so well, and it was so much fun.