Sting Ray Robb in the No.51 Biohaven Dale Coyne Racing Honda with RWR, said that the team is not where they wanted to be after qualifying 23rd for the Children’s Grand Prix of Alabama at Barber Motorsports Park.
Speaking after setting the fastest time of 01:06.5925s, Robb said:
“Not where we wanted to be today. We had a better car than where we ended up. I know that we’ve made big steps forward and that progress has been made so I’m excited about that. We have some room to grow. I’m looking forward to the race tomorrow, our used tire runs are pretty good. Everyone has been working hard and I’m confident we’ll move forward in the race. We just have to stay clean and stay consistent.”
David Malukas in the No.18 Dale Coyne Racing with HMD Motorsports Honda starts the race from 17th place and speaking the action he commented saying:
“Unfortunately for us it was a short qualifying. To be fair, we’ve struggled in the practice sessions, trying to find pace, and keeping up with the top cars this weekend. We tried some different things, we thought would be a bit better, we maybe also missed the timing a little bit on when the tires would come in for that one lap. But now we turn our focus to the race and see what we can find there.”