Pippa Mann said it felt great to be in the No.34 Driven2SaveLives Chevrolet for Clauson Marshall Racing as the opening day of practice for the 103rd running of the Indianapolis 500 presented by Gainbridge got underway on Tuesday.
Speaking following the day’s action she said:
It felt great to get the Clauson-Marshall Racing Driven2SaveLives Chevrolet on track today for the first time. After a year out of an Indy car, and as a brand new team, we obviously wanted to take our time today getting back up to speed, and starting to work on our program. Overall, today felt like a good start to our 2019 Indianapolis 500 campaign, and while we didn’t spend a lot of time in traffic yet, the no-tow reports from today already look promising. I’m very thankful to everyone who has believed in me, including Tim Clauson, Richard Marshall, all of our sponsors and Stanley Ross of Ross Motorsports. I’m hopeful that we’ll be able to continue down this path, keep improving and make all of our supporters proud this May.”