Clauson Marshall Racing’s Pippa Mann in the No.39 Driven2SaveLives Chevrolet had a fantastic 103rd running of the Indianapolis 500 presented by Gainbridge at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway on Sunday.

The Ipswich native who failed to qualify for the race last year returned for the race this year and started the race from 30th, Mann came in 16th place just ahead of defending NTT IndyCar Series champion Scott Dixon.

Speaking following the race, Mann said:

“Our goal coming into this month was to be smart, do the right things and have an error-free month in the No. 39 Clauson-Marshall Racing Driven2SaveLives Chevrolet. Today, I feel like we went out there and we executed that plan. This was an entirely new group of people we put together, and I’m really proud of how the Driven2SaveLives car ran out there on the racetrack. I also want to thank Chevy again for all of their support this month and I feel that finishing 16th in our first Indianapolis 500 together is a really strong way to start this partnership.”

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