Andretti Autosport head into this weekend’s ABC Supply 500 at Pocono Raceway off the back of a strong race last time out in Mid-Ohio which saw Alexander Rossi take victory noving back into second place in the championship.
Speaking ahead of this weekend’s race, Rossi said:
“We are coming off of a strong weekend at Mid-Ohio and feel that we’ve got a bit of our momentum back. With that being said, every race is a critical situation for us in terms of needing big results. We welcome the challenge in Pocono this weekend – one of my absolute favorite tracks. I cannot wait to get back at it.
Ryan Hunter Reay in the No.28 DHL Honda is looking forward to heading to The Tricky Triangle he said:
We’re all really looking forward to getting back to Pocono. The DHL team has consistently had a strong car here – running at the front and winning in 2015 – so as a team we’re quite optimistic. Hopefully we can get this 28 Honda in victory lane for the second time this year.”
Zach Veach heads to Pocono aiming to build on the extremely strong test the team had here last Thursday, he said:
After a really strong test at Pocono Raceway last Thursday, I’m really excited for the race weekend to get here. We’ve had great speed on the ovals this season and I feel like we can put together a good weekend in the Group 1001 car. It’s a 500 mile race, so patience is going to be important.
Marco Andretti in the No.98 US Concrete Bryan Herta Autosport Honda heads into his home race aiming to score his 100th top ten finish in the Verizon IndyCar Series.
Speaking ahead of this weekend’s race he said:
“I’m looking forward to the home race at Pocono. It should be a wild one with the restarts, so the fans will be in for a good show. It will be interesting to see how the new aero[kit] is here. This weekend is definitely a big one for us – the U.S. Concrete team has a lot of my hometown support.”