Dreyer and Reinbold Racing with Cusick Motorsports team co-owner Don Cusick says that while the team pretty much has Ryan Hunter-Reay’s car figured out ahead of Saturday’s qualifying for the 108th running of the Indianapolis 500 presented by Gainbridge after the 2014 Indy 500 winner ended Fast Friday at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway 13th with a speed of 233.193MPH they are struggling with Conor Daly’s car.

Speaking to Paddock Eye on Friday evening, Cusick said:

He, (Conor) has a push in turn 3, he is stuck in turn 4 and a little loose in 1 and 2 and we just can’t figure out what’s going on.

Cusick confirmed that the team will go back and change the setup on Daly’s car and go out at 8.30 on Saturday morning and hope for the best. Speaking to Paddock Eye about the level of excitement of having two cars with Dreyer and Reinbold for the Greatest Spectacle In Racing, Cusick said that he is super excited.

Cusick told Paddock Eye that the Dreyer and Reinbold Racing guys here are amazing. They are great to work with and dedicated to the 500, which makes it a special environment.

Speaking about The Thermal Club, Cusick said it was a fantastic experience and like showing off your house. He said he was exhausted and didn’t see any of the racing, but it was fun.

Speaking about the expectations for the race, Cusick said that Dennis Reinbold wants to win the race, and that is what they want to do. They have two experienced drivers: Ryan Hunter Reay, who won the race in 2014, and Conor Daly, who is used to running up front.


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