Meyer Shank Racing team owner Mike Shank says he is really really proud of the improvements his team made over the course of the 2020 NTT IndyCar Series season after the championship came to a close on Sunday with the Firestone Grand Prix of St Petersburg where Jack Harvey came home 19th place and speaking following the action he commented saying:

I’m really, really proud of the improvements that the team made over the course of the year. “Unfortunately Hinchcliffe chose the wrong time to come back out on track and it ended our day. It was a fairly easy top three day today. Our 15th place in the championship really doesn’t represent the pace that we had. The good news is that next year’s season begins next week when we get to test at Barber. I’m really proud of the progress that the team has made from year one to year three and four.

Jack Harvey commented on the race and the season saying:

That race pretty much just summed up our year,” said Harvey. “We’ve had so much pace all year and every time something happens that knocks us down, we’ve been way inside the top ten. I feel like the team deserves to be seventh or eighth in points. I feel like that’s where I deserve to be as a driver, so it’s a super disappointing day. The ramifications of what James (Hinchcliffe) did by waiting and choosing the wrong time to come back out on track, are huge and it cost us a lot in the championship.

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