AJ Foyt Racing’s Santino Ferrucci in the No.14 Sexton Properties Chevrolet will roll off from 16th place for Saturday’s Sonsio Grand Prix of Indianapolis on the IMS road course. Speaking after setting a time of 01:09.2637s he said:

With how we were going so slow on those first laps, I just don’t think I got the fronts (worked) in in time. Probably could’ve taken another turn of front wing, but we were a little unsure from Free Practice 2. We actually ended up putting in almost 2% more COP from Free Practice 2 to here, so we kind of took a guess at it. Our guys did a great job. It’s a tight field. What can you say? One-tenth, two-tenths, puts you from P-8 to P-2 here.

It’s okay. We’ll have a set of sticker reds for tomorrow. “We think it’s going to be a red (alternate tire) race, so honestly not the end of the world. We’ll move forward. I think we’ve got a really good long-run car this year, especially working with Penske. You’ll see the Sexton Properties Chevrolet come forward.”

Sting Ray Robb is looking forward to the race on Saturday despite starting the race from the back of the field and speaking following the action he commented saying:

“We made a good step forward from practice to qualifying, so happy with that. “We’ve got room to go, obviously. Looking forward to the race tomorrow. Seems like we have a pretty good Pray.com Chevy from what I understand. I think that we have good strategists in the box there for us. Looking forward to the race and seeing what we can do.”


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