Arrow McLaren’s Alexander Rossi in the No.7 VELO Chevrolet says that motorsport is never a straightforward journey and is looking forward to this weekend’s Gallagher Grand Prix of Indianapolis on the IMS road course and speaking ahead of the race on Saturday, where last season, the 2016 Indianapolis 500 champion finished the race in third place in May he said:
”Over the past few races, we’ve experienced a few struggles. But motorsport is never a straightforward journey; it’s a test of resilience. As we return to the site of our last podium, it reminds us that every race is an opportunity to learn and grow. We’re going to harness that past success “
Felix Rosenqvist in the No.7 NTT DATA Chevrolet heads into the Gallagher Grand Prix this weekend, having finished fifth here in May.
”I’m happy to be back at our home track. We had a great race here in May with all three cars. I love this track, and we’ll do everything we can to have that same success and get that first win for the team.”
Pato O’Ward in the No.5 Arrow McLaren Chevrolet finished second in May and speaking ahead of the weekend’s action he said:
“Back in May, we had the best performance we’ve ever had on the Indy road course. It will be awesome to go back to try and repeat that podium.”
Arrow McLaren Race Director Gavin Ward commented saying:
“We’re back to the Indy road course this weekend where we had a strong outcome in May across the team. We know what it takes to race well here, so after a tough weekend in Nashville, we’re ready for our momentum to swing the other way as we head into the final races of the season.”