Welcome to Must Read, where we single out the best stories from around the automotive universe and beyond. Today we have reports from Road & Track, MLive and Vice.
Marshall Pruett on a particularly odd call at the 62nd 12 Hours of Sebring and the way the IMSA was going to be right.
In case you missed it, more than five hours of the 12-hour race were spent under caution for silly crashes, fires, and bonehead moves that came from on-track maneuvers and from inside the control tower.
Of all the tales to emerge from the second race in the newly unified TUDOR United SportsCar Challenge, the story of how Alex Job Racing's (AJR) No. 22 Porsche 911 GT America was penalized for contact with a rival car that it never touched will go down in Sebring infamy.
There are many people driving Cobalts and Ions and whatever out there affected by the GM ignition switch recall. Not all of them work for Detroit-area publications, but a lot of them might have bought one because they have GM in their families or because they got great deals or both. Is that a problem now?