AJ Foyt Racing’s Sebastien Bourdais in the No.14 ROKiT Chevrolet goes into this weekend’s Detroit doubleheader aiming to bounce back from a disappointing month of May at the Indianapolis 500. The Frenchman won here in 2015 and again the following year in 2016.
Looking ahead to this weekend’s doubleheader in Detroit, Bourdais said:
There’s not a weekend that resembles the other. “There are some very, very key moments in the weekend that make it a great or good or a bad or terrible one. I think you just have to be open-minded; you have to get a look at optimizing everything. You know if you don’t execute, then it’s not going to be a fun experience. “We were lucky enough to put two on the board for Chevy back in ’15 and ’16. Yeah, love to do it again. For us it’s kind of another race, but we know it means a lot more if we get it done.”