AJ Foyt Racing’s Sebastien Bourdais in the No.14 ROKiT Chevrolet said that the team didn’t quiet catch the breaks they needed in Saturday’s race one in Detroit, despite that, however, he ended the race in eleventh place and speaking following the action he said:

“Kind of a mixed-bag day here in Detroit for race one, “We started tenth, finished eleventh, with a lot of things going on so not entirely satisfied with the result. I feel like we had quite a fast car but didn’t quite catch the breaks and got a bit of an unlucky yellow so we’ll go back harder tomorrow, try and qualify higher up and get a better day.”

Dalton Kellett came home in 18th place on his debut at the Detroit Grand Prix and speaking following the action he said:

“Part one of the dual in Detroit is wrapped up bringing that No. 4 K-Line Insulators Team Chevy home P18, “relatively happy with that. Came in early to get off the reds as we’d been finding that there’s quite a bit of degradation there, so had to do a bit of fuel saving the last couple stints. Our pace on trying to hit a big fuel number was alright, so just need to find a little bit more and then we’ll be right in the hunt. The car feels really good. Definitely missed it in qualifying this morning, was on a kind of mid-seventeen and tagged the wall coming out of (turn) 11, so I know there’s a lot more in it for tomorrow morning.”

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