Harding Racing’s Conor Daly who drove at the Honda Indy Toronto in the No.88 Harding Group Chevrolet as the team evaluate their options for the 2019 Verizon IndyCar Series season is at the Mid-Ohio sports car course today testing with the team ahead of the Honda Indy 200 next weekend.
Daly who made it into the Firestone Fast 12 for Sunday’s race where he started from 11th and finished the race in 13th place commented on his weekend saying:
I just want to thank Harding Racing and Chevy for this opportunity, it’s so nice to be back in a car. There’s something about this car that we need to sort out mechanically on heavy fuel loads, the car was really beating me up. I think we had good race pace. I got shoved into the wall a few times, which I didn’t really like, but it is what it is. I could have used a bit more cooperation from the No. 18 car, as he was a few laps down. But anyway, I’m just so thankful to be back out here and we made a lot of progress technically this weekend, so hopefully that helps the team in the future.”
Gabby Chaves is expected to be back in the No.88 Harding Group Chevrolet for the Honda