Andretti Autosport’s Romain Grosjean in the No.28 DHL Honda is very much looking forward to returning to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course this weekend for the Gallagher Grand Prix of Indianapolis following a solid race two in Iowa last weekend.

Very much looking forward to getting back to Indy. It’s a track where I have many really great memories and where we have collected a lot of data. We have been testing and running the course on the simulator to validate some setup options and I’m looking forward to trying them to see if they work well on track. It’ll be a great event alongside NASCAR.”

Colton Herta in the No.26 Gainbridge Honda is looking forward to this weekend’s race saying:

I’m looking forward to racing the Indy road course again. We obviously had a pretty good car last time we were out there. We usually take really good cars there as a team. I think we can for sure get a podium and if we do everything right we can get another win.”

Alexander Rossi in the No.27 NAPA Auto Parts AutoNation Honda is looking to put the disappointment of Iowa behind him saying:

Ready to put last weekend behind us and get back on a road course. We had quite an eventful race the first time around in May, but feel that we have a very strong car and can’t wait to put that on display for the fans of both INDYCAR and NASCAR during this unique weekend.”

Devlin DeFrancesco is also excited to be returning to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway this weekend saying:

I’m excited to go back to the IMS road course. We’re going back with a different setup and new philosophy that we’ve tried as a team that’s worked on one of the cars. So, I’m looking forward to going out to and seeing what that’s like.”

Chief Operating Officer with Andretti Autosport Rob Edwards says:

Hoping the weather will be better than it was for the race in May. Obviously, with Colton’s win, we have a good baseline for the event and all four drivers tested on the IMS Road Course in June so there’s reason to be optimistic going into the weekend.”

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