AJ Foyt Racing’s Santino Ferrucci in the No.14 Sexton Properties Chevrolet was delighted with the team performed in Sunday’s Children’s Grand Prix of Alabama at Barber Motorsports Park on Sunday.

Ferrucci started the race from 17th and led a number of laps and came home inside the top ten in seventh place and speaking following the action he said:

Solid day for us at AJ Foyt Racing. Man, we had a fast Sexton Properties Chevrolet. Got all the way up to the lead, strategy was phenomenal. It feels really good to come off of Long Beach where we had missed everything on the strat side, and then nail it today. If it weren’t for the late caution at the end, we would’ve had a nice top-five. That’s racing for us and looking forward to going into the (Sonsio) GP with momentum.”

Sting Ray Robb, No. 41 AJ Foyt Racing Chevrolet crashed heavily and speaking following the race where he started from 25th he said:

“I’m all good. I think the steering wheel just kind of came off in my hands in Turn 1 as I hit the wall. I hit the marshmallows, and it didn’t do a very good job of slowing me down a little bit, but it was a weird, weird thing. It just went sideways, and I was holding onto the wheel and the wheel didn’t do anything. After I was getting ready to jump out of the car, I could see it was just the wires holding the wheel on so the hub was still attached, but the steering wheel itself wasn’t attached to the hub. I don’t know if that was contact from earlier that caused that, but it’s been a rough weekend. I feel bad for the Pray.com Chevy team, and we’re going to regroup, come back, and hopefully the Indy road course is a lot better. I like the team around me, so I have good faith in them.”

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