Andretti Autosport’s Colton Herta in the No.26 Gainbridge Honda started Sunday’s Detroit Grand Prix from second place and came home in fourth place having fought for the victory with Josef Newgarden and speaking following the race he said:

We had a lot better result today, but the same disappointment. I thought we had a car to win, but I just didn’t get it done unfortunately. Everything else with the strategy and the pit stops was perfect. A big thank you to Gainbridge and happy to be powered by Honda. They gave us a lot of support and fast cars this weekend. We’ll get them next week at Road America.”

Ryan Hunter-Reay in the No.28 DHL Honda started the race from 17th and came home in eleventh place and speaking following the action he commented saying:

“We started 17th and had good pace in the 28 DHL Honda. We pitted a little too early and had to save too much fuel in the end. We brought home 11th. If we had to do it over again, we would’ve pitted a little later and tried to stretch the pit windows a little bit.”

Alexander Rossi started the race from seventh place and came home in 13th and speaking following the action he commented saying:

We had a good start, but then we had wheel-to-wheel contact that somehow broke the front wing. After that our race was over.”

James Hinchcliffe in the No.29 Genesys Honda damaged his car following contact on the opening lap and came home in 14th place and speaking following the action he said:

“A rough day at the office. We got hit on Lap 1 which did some decent damage to the car and cost us positions and pace. The Genesys guys did a great job in the pits and we made up some ground on track to get back to where we started, but we should’ve been easily in the top 10. Bit of a shame, but I love Road America so looking forward to it.”

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