STEFANO COLETTI
NO. 4 KV RACING TECHNOLOGY
CHEVROLET/DALLARA/FIRESTONE
Qualifying:
Round 1 (Grp 2): 10th – 62.4000 secs /101.250 mph
Round 2: N/A
Firestone Fast Six: N/A
Qualified: 20th“We were really unlucky in our qualifying session. The team gave me a great car, which I think could have put me in the top-10 on the starting grid, but unfortunately a red flag was shown with two minutes to go. I was running 10th in my group before I pitted for the alternate tires and was then unable to put a quick lap together because it went checkered. It’s a shame because the guys have worked hard and would have been nice to show the cars potential. We have a good race car fortomorrow, so hopefully some luck finally comes our way and we can have a good result.”Fast facts:
  •  Coletti’s best qualifying is eighth for Detroit Race 1
  • He has advanced to the second round of qualifying twice in his IndyCar career.
  • His best IndyCar career finish is eighth at the GP of Indy.
  • In 2006, Coletti won both his Formula BMW Races in Montreal, Canada.
  • Coletti sits 20th in the championship standings with 115 points.

SEBASTIEN BOURDAIS
NO.11 TEAM HYDROXYCUT – KVSH RACING CHEVROLET/DALLARA/FIRESTONE
Qualifying:
Round 1 (Grp 1): 4th – 60.2929 secs / 104.788 mph
Round 2: 3rd – 59.8427 secs / 105.577 mph
Firestone Fast Six: 5th – 59.9012 secs / 105.474 mph
Qualified: 5th“It’s been a pretty good weekend so far for the Hydroxycut KVSH Racing team. A bit harder than last year, but hopefully the car will keep getting stronger so we can make a proper challenge during the race. I made a mistake on my last qualifying lap and that is a shame. We’ll just try and come back stronger tomorrow. Hopefully the rain holds off.”Fast facts:
  • The 2015 Honda Indy Toronto will be Bourdais’ 141st Verizon IndyCar Series start, 28th with KVSH Racing and 12th on the Toronto street circuit.
  • Bourdais has qualified in the top-10 seven out of the eight times a qualifying session has been held this season. He only missed on the oval at Texas where he qualified 18th.
  • Bourdais will start in the top-10 for the ninth time in 10 races this year (started sixth at NOLA and ninth at Detroit Race 2 when the field was gridded by points because qualifying was rained out).
  • Bourdais has made at least the second round of street/road qualifying at all six street/road races this season where qualifying was held (St. Petersburg, Long Beach, Barber, Indianapolis GP, Detroit Race 1, Toronto). There was no qualifying at NOLA and Detroit 2 due to rain.
  • He has reached the final round, the Firestone Fast Six, three times, St. Petersburg, Detroit Race 1 and Toronto.
  • Bourdais had his best qualifying effort of the season today, fifth, surpassing sixth’s at St. Petersburg and Detroit Race 1 (also gridded sixth at NOLA when field was set by points)..
  • Bourdais has now qualified/started in the top-10 all 12 times at Toronto (2014 Toronto Race 2 was gridded by points due to rain, started 10th), with eight top-five starting spots including four poles (2004, 2005, 2007 and 2014 Race 1).
  • In 11 previous races he has finished in the top-10 a total of 10 times with six top-five showings and two wins (2004 and 2014).
  • Bourdais is seventh in the championship standings with 244 points.
  • He has earned five top-10 finishes with two top-five showings and one win, Detroit Race 2.

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