AJ Foyt Racing endured a difficult Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach on Sunday. Mathues Matt Leist in the No.4 ABC Supply Chevrolet started the race from 17th and came home in 16th.
Speaking following the day’s action he said:
“One more race finished here at Long Beach. I think if you look through our weekend, our race result was not that bad compared to the practice sessions and our qualifying. Of course, not where we want to be. Definitely shouldn’t be happy and we are not happy with P15, but that’s maybe a way to go for the next couple races and I’m just looking forward to improving the car as much as we can, mainly for the road courses and the street courses – that’s where we’re struggling the most. I’m looking forward to the Month of May now, I’m more than excited. We all know we have a good car there. Bring it on.”
Tony Kanaan in the No.14 ABC Supply Chevrolet for AJ Foyt Racing endured a tough event coming home in 19th and speaking following the day’s action he said:
I’m OK (physically), but I feel bad because we don’t have it. We have to figure something out. Very disappointing, very disappointing.” (About how tough it was physically today): “It was alright. My injuries were the least of my problems, for sure.”