Sebastien Bourdais in the No.4 Tresiba Chevrolet for AJ Foyt Racing says he hopes to bring home a good result for the No.4 crew despite his limited sim experience. Speaking ahead of the NTT IndyCar Series iRacing Challenge AutoNation Classic at the Circuit of the Americas Seabass said:
COTA is a tough track, with lots of hard braking zones, and with my limited skills on iRacing, I am struggling pretty good. I will do my best for the #4 AJ Foyt Racing Tresiba/Chevy crew and keep turning laps to up my game.
Tony Kanaan in the No.14 Big Machine Records Chevrolet commented saying:
We will be in Texas, so the boss (A.J. Foyt) will be watching (laughs). Not really. One more round. I’m excited to be back there. I was actually there this year spectating when we had the spring training, so it will be nice to drive around the track. Let’s see what happens if we get a little better luck this time.
Dalton Kellett in the No.41 K Line Insulators Chevrolet commented saying:
When we were at COTA for spring training, we had rain and freezing temperatures. Thankfully, we can set the weather in iRacing, and the conditions look great! It is a challenging track, almost more so without being able to feel the car under you. The combination of high and low speed sections is a great mix. With the long straights and a few hard brake zones, there are good passing opportunities. It should be an exciting race. This weekend would have been my INDYCAR debut, so it is somewhat bittersweet, but I am thankful that my family and friends are all healthy and safe in these trying times. Looking forward to another fast and consistent run in the #41 K-Line Insulators USA Chevrolet