Carlin Racing’s Charlie Kimball in the No.23 Tesiba Chevrolet says the team are recharged following a weekend off.

The Californian heads to Road America with plenty of momentum following a top ten finish at Texas Motor Speedway where he finished the DXC Technology 600 in 10th place and speaking ahead of the Kohler Grand Prix he said:

It’s great to come back fully recharged and ready to get after it at the KOHLER Grand Prix. We had a couple of good results earlier this month, and I’m feeling really confident in how this Carlin team is progressing in its maiden Verizon IndyCar Series season. I’ve always enjoyed Road America, since my days in Formula Ford – from the challenges of the course to the camping and fan support, it’s just a classic event on our schedule. I’ve come away with a couple of top-10s here since INDYCAR’s return to the track, and I have full faith in the No. 23 Tresiba Chevrolet team that we’ll be racing up front on Sunday.”

Max Chilton who drives the No.59 Gallagher Chevrolet is excited to be getting back to racing this weekend at the Kohler Grand Prix. Speaking ahead of the race in Wisconsin this weekend he commented by saying:

After a much-needed break, I can’t wait to get back to Road America. It’s a track I’ve felt very comfortable with since I started in INDYCAR in 2016 and my results the last two years have shown it with two seventh-place qualifying runs and a top-10 finish last season. The whole Carlin team is really starting to gel and our results just keep improving every race weekend, so I’m hoping we can put together a good run this weekend for the No. 59 Gallagher Chevrolet in Road America and get both cars into the top 10 for both qualifying and the race.

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