Harding Racing’s Conor Daly in the No.88 Harding Group Chevrolet started Sunday’s Honda Indy 200 at the Mid Ohio sports car course from 14th place and finished the event in 22nd.
It was the second race finish in a row for Daly following hos strong showing in Toronto.
Speaking following the race he commented by saying:
“I think we had a reasonable pace all race long. We put in a little too much wing on the first stop, so the second stint was really tough because the car was really loose. After that, we started making up some good ground on track and the car was pretty quick. The (Max) Chilton machine really messed with us when he was already a couple laps down. I’m sort of unsure as to why that was acceptable, but it is what it is. It’s a shame what happened by running out of fuel, but these things happen. Racing is a wild sport. The guys did really good in the pits, the pit stops were great and the No. 88 Chevy was great. Now we just move on.”