Arrow McLaren’s Pato O’Ward in the No.5 Arrow McLaren Chevrolet says he believes that the team has unfinished business at the Mid-Ohio Sportscar course this weekend for the Honda Indy 200.

“Mid-Ohio is the exact halfway point of the season. As a team, I feel like we have some unfinished business there because of what happened last year with our cars. I can’t wait to get back and keeping building our momentum.”

Felix Rosenqvist in the No.6 NTT DATA Chevrolet is also looking forward to the race this weekend saying:

”I think we’re all looking forward to getting back to Mid-Ohio to take care of some unfinished business from last year. It was arguably our best weekend of the season leading up to the race; then both cars were struck by unfortunate events. We’re ready to get back and I’m looking forward to enjoying one of the most exciting race tracks in the U.S.”

Alexander Rossi in the No.7 Arrow McLaren Chevrolet has a best result of winning here in 2018 and is extremely excited about the race this weekend saying:

”First and foremost, I’m incredibly excited about the upcoming Mid-Ohio race. It has always been a unique challenge with its elevation and high-speed corners. The speed of the team here last year was phenomenal, and we are in the part of the season where we have to capitalize on our opportunities. We have a strong sense of confidence but remain fully aware of the challenges that lie ahead. As always, our goal is to deliver the best possible performance, and we’ll fight for every possible point.”

Arrow McLaren Race Director Gavin Ward is looking forward to the race this weekend saying:

“Back-to-back races at such classic American road courses is pretty cool. Last year, Mid-Ohio brought heartbreaks with our two cars suffering reliability issues after qualifying on pole and running up front. You could say that this year we’re looking for redemption. We’ve had the pace to fight at the front everywhere this year, so we’re quietly confident coming back here with a focus on continual improvement and enjoying the process of building a better race team week-in, week-out.”


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