Dale Coyne, with RWR driver Sting Ray Robb in the No.51 Goodheart / Biohaven Honda started the Big Machine Music City Grand Prix on the streets of Nashville from 24th place and came through the field to finish the race in 17th place and speaking following the action he commented saying:

That was a hot and sweaty race. Seventeenth, I’m really happy with that. There were not a lot of yellows in this race, so it was very physical. The #51 Goodheart/Biohaven Honda was wicked fast. We had the fifth fastest lap of the race and that goes to the engineers. They did a great job. Obviously with David (Malukas) qualifying in the top 5 yesterday, we knew we had a good car, so it was up to me to figure it out. I felt like I did a good job today. A lot of moves made and a decent strategy. I’m excited for the next one in Indy.”

David Malukas in the No.18 Dale Coyne Racing with HMD Motorsports Honda started the race from fifth place and retired from the race and speaking following the action he commented saying:

“It’s really unfortunate what happened today. We had our best street course qualifying of the season, making it into the Firestone Fast 6 yesterday for the first time this season. So, we knew we had a good car and we were really hopeful to turn that into a good result today. Sadly, it wasn’t meant to be for us. I feel bad for the entire Dale Coyne Racing with HMD team because the guys work so hard and we were all looking forward to having a strong race and good result.”

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