Defending NTT INDYCAR SERIES champion Will Power, driver of the No.12 Verizon 5G Team Penske Chevrolet, said there was little to say about Saturday’s action at Road America.
Power says that the incident with Scott Dixon during practice on Saturday morning ruined his entire weekend.
“The incident this morning with (Scott) Dixon in practice ruined the whole weekend for us. We got out there and did everything I could manage. It’s just so hard in this INDYCAR field that if you’re behind the eight ball, it’s hard to recover. When you go out after the damage we had from the crash-a new front wing and a new floor so you don’t really know where the arrow balance will be. It is so frustrating because I felt like we were really quick this morning. I gave it my all, just couldn’t string anything together. Massively disappointing for the team. The guys worked so hard to repair the car.”
Power will start Sunday’s Sonsio Grand Prix at Road America from 22nd place, just one position ahead of Dixon.