It’s the 10th installment of the Inside The Sports Car Paddock interview show, and we with CORE autosport race engineer Jeff Braun on the subjects of cross-pollination between CORE’s DPi and GT Le Mans efforts, plus the most frustrating car Jeff’s engineered.

We continue with the first of two Porsche GT Team drivers as Nick Tandy, whose 911 RSR entry earned a surprising win in the GT Le Mans class at the 12 Hours of Sebring, brings us inside the program’s big swings in performance. Next is Jeff Segal, who was signed to a new ELMS Ferrari 488 GT3 deal by JMW Motorsport, and we close with Tandy’s stablemate Richard Lietz, who was part of Porsche’s GTE-Pro-winning squad at Sebring’s 1000-mile WEC race.


Jeff Braun (starts at 3m34s)

Nick Tandy (41m42s)

Jeff Segal (53m54s)

Richard Lietz (1h06m02s)


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