On Sunday, Romain Grosjean had a great XPEL Grand Prix of Road America for Juncos Hollinger Racing. The Frenchman started the race from 14th place on the grid and came through the field to finish the race in tenth place. Speaking following the race, he commented:

“Very good day at Road America. One of the best tracks of the season, and we had one of our best races. P7 at the end, I think we could be very proud of that. Did a helluva job, and a lot learned this weekend. Excited for Laguna Seca.”

Nolan Siegel was in the No.78 Chevrolet in place of Agustin Canapino after being thrown in at the deep end on Saturday at Road America. The 19-year-old Palo Alto, California native completed 54 of the 55-lap race distance for the team and ended the Grand Prix in 23rd place and speaking following the race he said:

“Overall I’m happy with the way we handled the variables that were in our control today. The car was fast all weekend and we got the balance into a very comfortable window that allowed for some solid stints. Unfortunately we had an issue with our second set of reds that forced us to do an extra stop and took us out of contention, but I’m extremely grateful to have had the opportunity. Huge thank you to Ricardo, Brad and everyone at Juncos Hollinger for their trust.”

Although there has been no official word from the team, Paddock Eye understands that Agustin Canapino will be back in the No.78 Chevrolet for the next race at Laguna Seca in two weeks’ time.

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