Meyer Shank Racing’s Jack Harvey in the No.60 AutoNation Sirius XM Honda says it is time to move on from Detroit and look forward to Road America next weekend following a tough race 2 in Detroit on Saturday hit by Takuma Sato and Romain Grosjean.

The Englishman who started the race from 19th place came home in 18th after suffering two punctures as a result of the incidents with Sato and Grosjean. Speaking following the race he said:

“When we had clear track, I thought we had good pace. “But I got hit by Takuma, and I got hit by Grosjean, and we got two punctures. I don’t think we’ve had any punctures this year, but we had two today! Really unfortunate, but it’s time to move on from Detroit. I’m eager for Road America, we’ve had good pace at that track so I’m looking forward to a good weekend there.”

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