Sting Ray Robb in the No.51 Biohaven Dale Coyne Racing with RWR Honda started Sunday’s Children’s Grand Prix of Alabama at Barber Motorsports Park from 23rd place and was forced to retire from the race due to a mechanical issue.

Speaking following the race, Robb said:

The No. 51. Biohaven Honda did not have a great day today, but we made a lot of progress throughout the weekend though. We rolled off for warm up this morning with a top 15 car, so hats off to the team. They did a great job getting the car where I needed it to be and where I wanted it to be. We were confident heading into the race. We were making moves and going forward but the engine cut out a couple of times and ended up shutting off and unfortunately that put an end to our day as we weren’t able to continue. Up until then we had pace, I’m so proud of the team. We’re making a lot of progress and I’m excited for the next road course at Indy in a couple of weeks.”

David Malukas in the No.18 HMD Honda started the race from 17th and came home in 19th and speaking following the action he said:

“It was a tough weekend overall. We were really struggling with pace. We tried many different things but just couldn’t get the car to where it needed to be. We ended up 19th but we were on the correct strategy, the winner was on the same strategy, we just didn’t have the pace to make it work. It was a weekend to learn from. A tough race but a lot came out of it. We’ll keep on working and hopefully we can do better at the GMR Grand Prix in a couple of weeks.”

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