I place before the court the Hawk Performance Nissan GTR and its generally poor performance/reliability.
James Sofronas is leading the points going into the final weekend.
But when checking for times this morning, guess who was leading the timesheets in yesterday's cancelled practice/qualifying session?
That's why I said WC has a club racer feel to it. At various times over its history World Challenge has had factory involvement, so this is nothing new. This will surely to bring up the level of professionalism the series needs to move up in popularity.
I fully expect a real "Sports Car War" to break out in World Challenge...