Chevrolet are looking forward to this weekend’s 107th running of the Indianapolis 500 presented by Gainbridge which takes place on Sunday.
The Detroit-based manufacturer has four cars in the top five with Rinus VeeKay second, Felix Rosenqvist third, Santino Ferrucci fourth and Pato O’Ward fifth.
“First, we all send our very best wishes to Stefan Wilson for a speedy recovery, said Rob Buckner, IndyCar Program Manager at General Motors. “After the intensity of two days of qualifying, we have forward focused on Sunday’s Indianapolis 500.
Rob Buckner, IndyCar Program Manager at General Motors said:
We will maximize our final practice to fine-tune our Chevy-powered cars to be race-ready. Winning the Indianapolis 500 is one of our primary goals at the beginning of the season. Our Chevrolet engineers have worked tirelessly with our teams to give all 17 of our drivers their best opportunity to win the biggest race in the world. The Borg Warner Trophy is the one we want to award to a Chevrolet driver, not to mention the Corvette pace car. We are well prepared and ready for Drivers Start Your Engines on Sunday.”