Six-time NTT INDYCAR SERIES champion Scott Dixon in the No.9 PNC Bank Women In Motorsports Honda says that he was a little disappointed having just missed out on a podium finish coming home in fourth place having started the Sonsio Grand Prix at Road America from 23rd place.

Dixon struggled during the early part of the weekend, having spun during practice on Saturday morning, resulting in a damaged tub, meaning he had a new chassis for today’s 55-lap Sonsio Grand Prix of Road America. Dixon started the race in 23rd place on the grid.

Speaking following the race, Scott Dixon commented saying:

Just one spot away from a podium, which would’ve been nice. But all in all, a good race for us and a great team effort. Huge credit to the #9 PNC crew and to Honda, which gave us the fuel mileage we needed and the drivability. It got a little rough there [battling for position] a couple of times, but it mostly worked out to our advantage. Congrats to [race winner and teammate] Alex [Palou] on a fantastic win, he’s having a heck of a great championship run.”

Dixon’s consistency means that he is in fifth place in the championship on 226 points, 98 behind leader and teammate Alex Palou.

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