Dale Coyne Racing’s RC Enerson who is back racing for the team for the final two races of the Verizon IndyCar Series starting this weekend with IndyCar Grand Prix of Watkins Glen. Enerson drove for the team in Mid-Ohio and was extremely competitive in the race.
Speaking ahead of the race at Watkins Glen, Enerson, who will drive the No.19 Boy Scouts of America Honda commented by saying:
I think we have a good weekend ahead of us, We were really quick in testing, we seem to have pretty good cars. We still need to work a little bit more, but we should be able to dial in the car in practice before qualifying and that should put us in a pretty good spot.
Enerson who drives alongside Conor Daly went on to say:
I’m just looking forward to getting back in the car. I think the track layout is pretty cool, it has a bit of a Mid-Ohio taste to it almost because of all the elevation changes and a lot of high-speed, flowing corners. That new pavement that they have – I never got to drive on the old one – but apparently it has way more grip and I believe it because it’s pretty intense how much speed you can carry into the corners and how much the car will actually take.
Speaking about his objectives for this weekend’s race at the Watkins Glen International circuit, Enerson commented by saying:
I think my objective for the weekend is pretty much the same thing as Mid-Ohio, to pull as much experience as I can from this and do my best and see what kind of result I can bring home.