I just wrapped up a couple days at Watkins Glen, testing with Forbush Performance before our upcoming IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge race there. It was my first trip of the season to one of my favorite tracks.

Forbush Performance had both of their Supra GT4 cars running there, which made it especially busy for the team. We had absolutely stunning weather for the first portion of the test, which enabled us to get some important practice time in. After all that fantastic weather, though, it was raining by lunchtime on day two. Actually, the change in weather afforded us another good practice opportunity. We don’t know if it will be wet or dry when we come back to Watkins Glen in a couple weeks, so it was good to have the opportunity to test in both conditions.

The Forbush Performance team has really gotten acclimated with the Supra at this point in the season, which is very rewarding. As we continue to develop the platform, we have a better idea of “what knobs to turn” to get what we want out of the car. It’s a lot of fun to be at this point with the team, here in the heart of the season when everyone is working together so well and we have a good chemistry established. Not only is the team working well together, but they are working well with the cars, too. Those factors helped us get the most out of this test.

It’s going to be a busy event weekend at Watkins Glen. Not only will I be running in Michelin Pilot Challenge with Forbush Performance, but I’ll also be co-driving with Ashton Harrison in the Wayne Taylor Racing Lamborghini. We’re looking to continue our championship fight in Lamborghini Super Trofeo.

The motorsports season is in full swing, and I’m fortunate to be so busy!