Felix Rosenqvist in the No.6 onsemi Arrow McLaren Chevrolet ended Saturday’s practice at World Wide Technology Raceway in fifth place and speaking following the action the Swede said:

“I think it was a pretty good session. We rolled off pretty strong. I felt really comfortable which is good on the ovals, when you roll off and you don’t feel like you have to do many major things to prepare for qualifying — maybe a little COP or a bit more front grip. I think we’re there.”

Alexander Rossi in the No.7 VELO Chevrolet said that it was difficult to read the performance of the car after the rain delay on Saturday.

Speaking after ending the session in sixth place, Rossi said:

“The car rolled off strong. It’s tough to read into it with the rain delay and it being a night session now and tomorrow we’ll race in the day. I think all three cars are in a good spot, so we’ll see what tomorrow brings. I am glad we get to qualify because we have a good shot to start in the front.”

Pato O’Ward in the No.5 Arrow McLaren Chevrolet was 11th and speaking following the action he commented saying:

“It was a long day for us. We didn’t really start until the evening, but I was able to get a read on at least one lap for qualifying tomorrow, and I’m pretty happy with it. We’ll qualify tomorrow morning and then race toward the front.”

Gavin Ward, Race Director of Arrow McLaren commented saying:

After a very long wait, it was a good day. It was nice to get some solid practice out there, and all three of our guys seemed pretty happy. I feel like we’re in the mix, so I’m excited for tomorrow.”

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