Started: 21st (Gridded by entrant points)
Finished: 16th“I’m disappointed about how the race ended! We were fast in the wet and making up positions but when I switched to slicks I hit the tire barrier in turn 3 and lost a lap! The conditions this weekend were really tough and we definitely had a car to be up front in both races.  Unfortunately thought we are going home with 15th and 16th instead. I have to congratulate my team mate Sebastien on a great win today and hopefully that will be me on the podium soon.”

Fast Facts:

  • Coletti had his IndyCar career best start of eighth for Race 1 this weekend. His previous best was 10th at the Grand Prix of Indianapolis earlier this month
  • Coletti picked up 14 points today and now sits 20th in the championship standings with 104 points


Started: 9th (Gridded by entrant points)
Finished: 1st“Obviously, after getting everything wrong yesterday it is an awesome feeling coming out on top today. Yesterday we couldn’t do anything right, we were always on the wrong side of the fence. Today everything went our way. The Mistic E-Cigs crew had flawless pit stops. We had a great strategy and we made the fuel mileage we needed to. It was one of those days where everything went our way. To win here in Detroit, in Chevy’s hometown, is pretty special. Hopefully this is just the start and we can get a couple more wins for the team and our sponsors, Mistic E-Cigs, Hydroxycut, Circle K, Plantroncis, GEICO everyone.”Fast Facts:

  • The 2015 Chevrolet Dual In Detroit presented by Quicken Loans was Bourdais’ 139th Verizon IndyCar Series start, 26th with KVSH Racing and seventh at Detroit.
  • In his seven starts in Detroit, Bourdais has a best qualifying position of sixth (Race 1 this year) and a best finish of first this year Race 2 (previous high was 11th in 2013 Race 2).
  • Bourdais is sixth in the championship standings with 228 points.
  • Bourdais has finished in the top-10 in five of the first eight races of the 2015 Verizon IndyCar Series season with two top-five finishes and one win, today in Detroit Race 2 (St. Petersburg, sixth; Long Beach, sixth, Alabama, eighth and Grand Prix of Indianapolis, fourth). At NOLA, he collected in an incident and finished 21st. He placed 11th last week in the Indianapolis 500 to go with today’s 14th place finish.
  • He led 11 laps today giving him 14 laps led for the season (led laps in three races).
  • Bourdais is contesting his 10thVerizon IndyCar Series season (Champ Car, 5: IndyCar, 5. Drove one IndyCar event in 2005, the Indy 500).
  • In 139 career Verizon IndyCar Series starts, Bourdais has won 33 races placing him eighth on the all-time list and earned 33 pole positions, tied for seventh all-time.
  • Bourdais is the only driver to win four consecutive championships, taking the Champ Car World Series title in 2004 – 2007.
  • Bourdais, 36, is a native of Le Mans, France but resides in St. Petersburg, Florida.