NO. 4 KV RACING TECHNOLOGY CHEVROLET/DALLARA/FIRESTONE
Finished 14th – 69.4176 secs / 102.9251 mph
Finished 15th – 68.4659 secs / 103.479 mph
15th – 68.4659 secs / 103.479 mph
Coletti is extremely impressive on restarts, especially on street courses where he passed four cars on one lap at St. Pete
Alexandra Coletti, three time Winter Olympian in the Downhill and Super G is here to support her younger brother this weekend
“It wasn’t really the result we were hoping for. We struggled to find grip and pace from the car, but I’ll sit down with my engineers tonight and we will make some changes for tomorrows session. I really liked the track though. Its a lot of fun to drive and some great passing zones. Hopefully tomorrow I can have a good qualifying and then a good race on Sunday.”
NO.11 TEAM HYDROXYCUT KVSH RACING CHEVROLET/DALLARA/FIRESTONE
Finished 6th – 68.9007 secs / 102.826 mph
Finished 8th – 68.1417 secs / 103.972 mph
8th – 68.1417 secs / 103.972 mph
Bourdais will drive the No. 11 Team HYDROXYCUT – KVSH Racing Chevrolet/Dallara/Firestone in the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach.
Bourdais has made 10 starts at Long Beach.
He has qualified in the top-five six times with two poles (2006 and 2007), and finished on the podium four times with three wins (2005-2007).
“Obviously I’m disappointed. We are not where we want to be or thought we would be. The Hydroxcut – KVSH Racing team has a lot of work to do. We have to sit down and review all the date, keep our noses to the grindstone and keep working hard. The good news is we have another practice session tomorrow before qualifying and I am confident we will come up with something to make the car faster.”
You can catch all the action of the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach on Sunday April 19th by:
TV Broadcast: NBCSports at 4PM ET
Radio Broadcast: XM 209 & IMS IndyCar Radio affiliates
Online: indycar.com & Verizon Indycar15 app