Katherine Legge says that the support she received from Dale Coyne Racing, her sponsor e.l.f. Cosmetics and the fans just makes her even more motivated to return to the Indianapolis 500 in 2025.

Legge started the Greatest Spectacle In Racing from 31st place but suffered an engine failure on lap 23 and was forced to retire from the race.

Speaking following the Indianapolis 500, Legge said:

We’re not sure what happened other than it was an engine issue. It’s really disappointing obviously. I’m completely gutted. I was hanging out in the back, finding my feet, ready to make a move. Had I known my race was going to be that short I may have pushed a bit harder in the first stint but that’s racing, and these things happen, unfortunately. While I feel absolutely gutted right now, I will regroup and try and come again next year. Thank you to e.l.f. and thank you to this whole girl power movement. I’m very grateful to Dale (Coyne) for giving me this opportunity and to e.l.f. and the fans. It gives me more motivation to come back next year.”

Nolan Siegel who did not participate in the Indianapolis 500 will return to the cockpit of the No.51 RWR Honda alongside Jack Harvey in the No.18 INVST Honda for this weekend’s Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix presented by Lear.

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