Mid-Ohio 1st Road Race since Mid-June
Indianapolis  –For the first time since the Angie’s List Grand Prix at Indianapolis, the Verizon Indycar Series will visit a permanent road course. Mid-Ohio first appeared on the Indycar schedule in 1980, and has been a fan favorite every year the series has returned there. It is also a favorite of BHA rookie driver Gabby Chaves.In 2013, Chaves won his first Indy Lights race at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course. BHA has always had a strong car in The Honda Indy 200 at Mid-Ohio where they have consistently threatened for a top five. The combination of Chaves and BHA both expect to be contenders at the famed road course…

Gabby Chaves on The Honda Indy 200 at Mid-Ohio:
“Although I’ve stayed pretty busy on our break here, I never stopped thinking about the next race at Mid-Ohio. I need to capitalize on my experience there from previous years; Mid-Ohio was where I won my first Indy Lights race. So I’ll feel pretty confident here, and the Bowers & Wilkins team has given me some pretty strong cars on the road courses. I’m really looking forward to it, and hope we can keep improving on our consistent solid finishes while we work towards our goal of having a top five or podium finish before the year is over.”

The weekend’s weather is predicted to be nearly perfect: low 80’s and little chance of rain. Mid-Ohio has a number of great viewing hills ~perfect for a picnic at the track the whole family will enjoy!

About Bryan Herta Autosport:
Co-Founded by veteran driver Bryan Herta, Bryan Herta Autosport (BHA) has been a race-winning team in Indy Lights competition since 2009 and won the 2011 Indianapolis 500 with driver Dan Wheldon in only its second Verizon IndyCar Series start. BHA currently fields entries in the Verizon IndyCar Series and in the Red Bull Global Rallycross Series as Bryan Herta Rallysport. Since 2012, BHA has partnered with Bowen Motorsports of Toronto, Ontario. For more information, visit www.bryanhertaautosport.com.