Less than a week after mid-race contact in the Indianapolis 500 which saw him finish The Greatest Spectacle In Racing, Colton Herta in the No.28 Gainbridge Andretti with Curb Agajanian Honda scored his 12th career NTT P1 Award for Sunday’s Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix presented by Lear and speaking after setting a fastest time of 01:00.5475s he said:

“A complete 180 and just super happy for the team. “They worked their tails off in the Month of May. To come back with some redemption, it feels good.”“This qualifying session is so difficult here at this track. “Obviously, it’s hard to pass, but also it’s so hard to just get a clean lap. It’s probably the most aggressive place we go to as far as bumps and walls, so it feels good to get this one.”

Kyle Kirkwood starts the race from sixth place in the No.27 AutoNation Honda while Marcus Ericsson also had a solid qualifying as he ended the day in 9th place in the No.28 Delaware Life Honda.



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