Andretti Harding Steinbrenner Racing’s James Hinchcliffe in the No.29 Genesys Honda says that their podium in Nashville last weekend is meaningless as they head to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course for this weekend’s Big Machine Spiked Coolers Grand Prix of Indianapolis and speaking ahead of the race the Mayor of HinchTown commented saying:

“It’s always nice racing the weekend after a strong result, as you like to keep that momentum going. It was great getting the podium in Nashville, but last week means nothing this week. We’ve not had the strongest car on the road course the last little while, but hopefully some lessons learned from May can translate here to the Genesys car and we can have a strong showing across the team. At the end of the day, it’s always awesome to go racing at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.”

Ryan Hunter Reay in the No.28 DHL Honda is hoping to continue his momentum from his fourth-place finish in the Big Machine Music City Grand Prix this weekend at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and speaking ahead of the race weekend he said:

“This weekend will be another first for INDYCAR and the Indianapolis Motor Speedway as we share the road course inside the greatest race track in the world. This will be a tremendous opportunity for motorsport fans to experience two very different disciplines racing on the same track. Following our fourth-place result at Nashville, we will look to build on that momentum this weekend in Indy.”

Alexander Rossi in the No.27 AutoNation NAPA Auto Parts Honda is looking forward to the race this weekend saying:

“It’s going to be a great weekend for fans with the tripleheader schedule of the NTT INDYCAR SERIES, Cup, and Xfinity. I love being at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and racing on the road course is something we’ve become quite accustomed to over the past year. We’ve got two podiums in three races there, so we will head into the weekend looking to pick up the pace that we had last weekend in Nashville.”

Colton Herta in the No.26 Gainbridge Honda is aiming to bounce back from a disappointing race in Nashville where he retired from the race having dominated the race. Speaking ahead of the event he said:

“I’m really excited to have back-to-back race weekends again. It’s always special to be able to drive at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and I feel like a great weekend is in store for the No. 26 Gainbridge team!”

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