James Davison is experiencing something completely new week as he joined fellow NTT IndyCar Series drivers Santino Ferrucci and Conor Daly in competing in the Chili Bowl in Oklahoma.
Speaking about the experience he said:
“For Santino and I, this is Day 1 in a midget and racing on dirt, and we only got (a few) minutes of practice prior to our heat races. “We’re having to figure everything out at the Super Bowl of dirt racing, and it’s obviously not an ideal, textbook situation.
“But we’ve at least had the (guts) to sign up and do this and not care if we look bad.
The Melbourne native who plans to compete in both the Daytona 500 and the Indianapolis 500 this season went on to say:
It’s a blast and I want to get good at it, and the only way that’s going to happen is by doing it more. “I’m up for any challenge, and I want to get good at this.
Santino Ferrucci who did extremely well on Wendesday coming from 11th to finish 5th stated:
I don’t really care how I do; I came here to have fun, stay clean and have a blast. I want to come back and do it again next year