Andretti Global’s Marcus Ericsson in the No.28 Delaware Life Honda says that the high tire degradation that the teams experienced at The Thermal Club on Friday should make for great racing on Sunday.

The Swede who suffered a left front brake fire in the opening practice on Friday ended the day in 12th place and speaking following the action he said:

With the high tire (degradation), it should make for some good racing on Sunday. “We will see, especially on the 20-lap race when we have one set of tires. That’s going to be tough to keep your car underneath you, so I think that will create some good racing.”

Ericsson’s time of 01:40.2235s was the fastest of the three Andretti Global drivers with Colton Herta and Kyle Kirkwood in 14th and 15th respectively.

Share This