It's just disappointing. I'm pretty sure three out of Johnson's last four wins have come with the cars being illegal. I think the point should be driven home that if we have repeat offenders or a situation happens time and time again with a certain individual, something more should be done other than a suspension.
If we have repeat offenders, if the situation happens time and time again with a certain individual, something ought to be done beside suspension. I don't have a specific example of what could or should be done other than something a little more strict than a suspension. Because, you know, that didn't seem to slow him down too much.
We just lost track position there for a while. When you're restarting 20th or 26th, or whatever it was there, it just makes it really difficult to pass. Luckily (the caution) came out at the right time for us, when we were getting ready to pit. We gained a lot of track position got ourselves in the top five and obviously, we held our own there at that point.