Andretti Autosport’s Ryan Hunter Reay who drives the No.28 DHL Honda is hoping to build on his momentum from the end of the 2018 NTT IndyCar Series heading into the 2019 campaign.
Hunter Reay completed dominated the Grand Prix of Sonoma having taken pole position and then going on to win the race.
The Fort Lauderdale native who counts the Firestone Grand Prix of St Petersburg as his home race will make his 13th NTT IndyCar Series start here this weekend. Hunter Reay who won the NTT IndyCar Series championship in 2012 and the Indianapolis 500 in 2014 took two victories in 2018 winning in Detroit and Sonoma.
Hunter Reay has four podium finishes at the 14 turn Firestone Grand Prix of St Petersburg and speaking about the race this weekend he said:
The Firestone Grand Prix of St. Pete can’t come soon enough. We’re looking to pick up where we left off by capitalizing on the momentum we had at the end the 2018 season with a pole and victory at Sonoma. The off-season testing program has gone very well thanks to all the hard work from not only the 28 DHL crew and engineering staff, but from everyone at Andretti Autosport. We’re looking forward to collecting more hardware for DHL, AutoNation and Honda in 2019.