AJ Foyt Racing’s new signing Stingray Robb says that he feels that Chevrolet is on the up and up right now as he begins his time in the NTT INDYCAR SERIES as Chevrolet driver having joined Foyt from the Honda-powered Dale Coyne Racing team over the 2023 off-season.

Robb also believes that it’s a great thing to have Santino Ferrucci back with the Foyt team for 2024 after the team confirmed earlier this week that Ferrucci who finished third in the 107th running of the Indianapolis 500 last year will return to the No.14 Sexton Properties Chevrolet. Speaking to Paddock Eye during content day in Indianapolis on Thursday, Robb said:

That’s a great, great thing to have him back, and I think the team is excited about it, and especially, like you said, with that experience with the other power unit. We’ve gotten some engineers from other teams this off-season that kind of came from the other side of the world and have been joining the Chevy side. It’ll be nice to be transitioning together with those guys as well as having the knowledge of Michael Cannon and Santino to help us all learn something.

I think we can learn from my past in the Honda car just as much as we can learn from their past in the Chevy car.

I think it’ll be good just because year after year, you see the sort of tension between manufacturers. It seems like one is better at this track, one is better at this track. And I think Chevy is on the up and up right now.

When asked by Paddock Eye about the NTT INDYCAR’s return to the Milwaukee Mile later this season, Robb commented saying:

Yeah, it’s good. Wisconsin is a wonderful place, and being up there at Road America is always one of my favorite places to be. Being just a little bit south in Milwaukee is going to be a good thing. I think it’ll be fun for everyone.

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