Romain Grosjean in the No.77 Juncos Hollinger Racing Chevrolet says he feels that the car has potential after ending Friday’s opening day of track activity om the streets of Detroit in 19th place.

“Day one in Detroit, and it was bumpy, slippery, and a lot of fun out there. I think the car’s got some potential. Obviously, it’s always hard to put a lap here in, but we’ll do some work, come back tomorrow, and hopefully qualify well.”

Agustin Canapino had a great day as he ended up just outside the top ten in P11 just ahead of six-time series champion Scott Dixon in the No.9 PNC Bank Honda for Chip Ganassi Racing.

Speaking following his day in the car, Canapino said:

“We started here in a good way in Detroit, P11 for beginning of the weekend. I’m happy to start this way. Of course we want to be faster tomorrow. We are slightly away from the pace of the leaders but I think we have a good car to start the weekend.”

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