I was working in the garage most of the day yesterday so didn't see much of the race. However, when I came in and turned on Speed it was clear the coverage was by Chevy beacuse all I saw was stuff about Corvetes, Corvete drivers, and Corvete in car footage. Tried once early in the day and then tried again around 5-6pm EST and the course was under full caution that seemed to last forever. One Corvette driver was taken out due to fume poisoning. Had to head off to dinner and never got to see the Ford GT at all.
I agree it's definitely great to see more "American Muscle" on the podium. No big surprises with Chevy's flagship car. They've been on a roll for the past decade almost. Good to see Ford on the podium. Hopefully that will be motivation for the Execs to bring back the GT Supercar again. Seeing the Mustang as the flagship..well I'll keep my opinion to myself.