AJ Foyt Racing’s Tony Kanaan in the No.14 ABC Supply Chevrolet goes into this weekend’s Kohler Grand Prix at the Road America circuit in Wisconsin following a weekend in France with his former Verizon IndyCar Series team Chip Ganassi Racing driving one of the teams Ford GT’s.
The Brazilian goes into the race hoping to bounce back from a disappointing race last time out at Texas Motor Speedway where Kanaan retired from the DXC Technology 600.
Speaking ahead of the race this weekend, Kanaan said:
I love going to Road America for a number of reasons. It’s a very cool, fast and challenging track. The fan experience is one of the best in America and it’s the closest INDYCAR race to ABC Supply’s headquarters, so I’m expecting to have a lot of support during the weekend.”
Matheus ‘Matt’ Leist goes into this weekend aiming to bounce back from a tough weekend in Texas where he retired from the DXC Technology 600. Speaking ahead of the race this weekend the Brazilian said:
Road America is a pretty cool track. It is one of my favorite tracks in the world and my favorite track in the U.S. Last year, I had a great weekend there in Indy Lights, winning the first race as well as the pole position. Each time we work together as a team, we are developing the car and getting quicker. I think we might have a great car for this weekend and I’m looking forward to it.