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Arrow McLaren SP and Vuse elevate partnership with UNDEFEATED

UNDEFEATED founder James Bond joins Arrow McLaren SP to collaborate on designs for the 106th Running of the Indianapolis 500 on May 29th

April 19, 2022

For the second consecutive year, Arrow McLaren SP and Vuse will partner with global sportswear brand UNDEFEATED, to collaborate on design and inspiration across the team for this year’s 106th Running of the Indianapolis 500. The unique partnership will see UNDEFEATED design all three Arrow McLaren SP Chevrolets, driver fire suits and the team garage for this year’s ‘Greatest Spectacle in Racing’.

Arrow McLaren SP, Vuse and UNDEFEATED will look to elevate the partnership after last year’s first of its kind collaboration between a streetwear and lifestyle brand and an IndyCar team. This year James Bond, founder of UNDEFEATED, will lead the design of not one, but three racecars that will compete in this year’s Indianapolis 500.

Bond and his team took a new approach for this year’s livery designs, deviating from last year’s tiger camo by bringing an asymmetrical design across all three cars. The color schemes include UNDEFEATED’s signature olive green, along with the colors that Arrow McLaren SP has come to be known for: fluro papaya, blue and black. Each livery has a slightly different design with a similar color palette, forming a unified look across the No. 5 Arrow McLaren SP Chevrolet piloted by Pato O’Ward, the No. 6 Arrow McLaren SP Chevrolet piloted by Juan Pablo Montoya, and the No. 7 Vuse Arrow McLaren SP Chevrolet piloted by Felix Rosenqvist.

All three cars and drivers will take to track at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway tomorrow, as the team participates in the Indianapolis 500 Open Test on April 20 and 21. Follow along with the test live on Peacock and across Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, TikTok and YouTube at @ArrowMcLarenSP.

James Bond, Founder, UNDEFEATED said:

“Continuing our partnership with Arrow McLaren SP, and partner Vuse, for the second year to bring streetwear designs to racing canvases at the Indianapolis 500 is a huge opportunity for the brand and industry. I’m excited about the expanded design collaboration and to bring to life UNDEFEATED’s vision across the Arrow McLaren SP team, unifying our brands on and off the racetrack during the month of May.”

Taylor Kiel, President, Arrow McLaren SP, said:  

“With the success of last year’s design, the team was ecstatic to welcome back this partnership between Arrow McLaren SP, Vuse and UNDEFEATED to elevate our position on and off the track. Collaborating with a brand like UNDEFEATED through innovation and art during IndyCar’s biggest moment of the year helps to bring the sport forward, drive creative innovation, and foster additional interest in the sport.”

Pato O’Ward, Driver, No. 5 Arrow McLaren SP Chevrolet, said: 

“How cool is it to have special liveries across all three cars? I think once the fans see all three Arrow McLaren SP liveries on track, they will see how unique the collaboration with UNDEFEATED is. The Indianapolis 500 is the most special moment of the year for the entire team and these custom liveries just take it up a notch.”

Juan Pablo Montoya, Driver, No. 6 Arrow McLaren SP Chevrolet, said:

“I can’t wait to get back to Indianapolis Motor Speedway with Arrow McLaren SP, this time with an UNDEFEATED design on the No. 6 Arrow McLaren SP Chevrolet. This partnership is close to home for me because my cousin was part of the design process with James [Bond]. To be able to drive a car that I know was designed by family, that’s special.”

Felix Rosenqvist, Driver, No. 7 Vuse Arrow McLaren SP Chevrolet said:

“I am really excited for UNDEFEATED to return to the team this year for the Indianapolis 500 after last year’s successful partnership with Vuse on the No. 7 car. I loved how unique my car was last year and I think it will be even better this year to have three UNDEFEATED-designed cars on the track at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. I have enjoyed getting to know James [Bond] and the team at UNDEFEATED and look forward to working closer with them.”

2022 Grand Prix of Long Beach Race Report

Streets of Long Beach 
Date: Sunday, April 10th 
Round: 3/17 
Race laps: 85 
Total race distance: 167.28 miles/269.21 km 
Length: 1.96 miles/3.16 km 
Number of turns: 11
Pato O’Ward, No. 5 Arrow McLaren SP Chevrolet
Starting Position: 11th
Finishing Position: 5th
Championship Standing: 9th, 63 points 
“After the first two races of the season, I’ll take finishing fifth. It is a good solid foundation to build on for the rest of the year. We can work from here. We learned some good things through warm-up and the race that should help us when we come back and when we go to another street course. “

“I think this is a very solid start to our charge for a championship. I know it’s the third race, but this is what we needed. Barber is next and I love that place.”
Felix Rosenqvist, No. 7 Vuse Arrow McLaren SP Chevrolet 
Starting Position: 4th
Finishing Position: 11th
Championship Standing: 17th, 42 points  
“After a horrible first stint, with a lot of tire degradation, I had no rubber left on the tires. It’s a familiar thing at this point with the last event being the same deal. That’s something we really need to solve. I’m not sure if it is driving-related, setup-related or maybe a little bit of both. It’s something we have to fix, because we can’t afford to miss opportunities like today where we had a potential top-five result in the bag.”

 “It all started slipping away and we were trying to survive out there with massive degradation. It’s a shame to come home 11th, but there are some positives to take away. We had good speed this weekend and we were excited and ready to go. We all want to capitalize on a good finish, and right now that would be good for all of us.”
Taylor Kiel, President, Arrow McLaren SP
“Overall it was a solid day for Arrow McLaren SP, especially given how chaotic the weekend was on track. Pato did a great job of letting the race come to him and slowly working his way toward the front. He drove a smart race, avoided some incidents in front of him and finished fifth.” 

“Felix started fourth and was keeping pace with the leaders but unfortunately his tires started to fall off sooner than we would have liked during the first stints. He dropped quite a few places but was eventually able to make his way up and finish 11th.”I can’t say enough about how strong both Arrow McLaren SP crews were today, the pit stops were flawless. I’m proud of the hard work that everybody put in all week and hopefully this is a turning point as we head to Barber in a few weeks.”

2022 Grand Prix of Long Beach Arrow McLaren SP Practice and Qualifying Report

Streets of Long Beach

Date: Sunday, April 10th

Round: 3/17

Race laps: 85

Total race distance: 167.28 miles/269.21 km

Length: 1.96 miles/3.16 km

Number of turns: 11

Remaining session start times:

Warm-Up: Sunday, 12:00 – 12:30 p.m. ET

Green Flag: Sunday, 3:30 p.m. ET

TUNE IN: Sunday, 3:00 p.m. ET on NBC

Felix Rosenqvist, No. 7 Vuse Arrow McLaren SP Chevrolet
Practice 2: 14th, 1:06.4958
Qualifying
Round 1 Group 1: 3rd, 1:06.1005
Round 2: 3rd, 1:05.6344
Firestone Fast Six: 4th, 1:05.9349
Starting Position: 4th
“This was another good qualifying for the No. 7 Vuse Arrow McLaren SP Chevrolet team. I ended up fourth and I’m pretty happy with that. We got three shots in the Firestone Fast Six and it didn’t seem to be able to go much quicker than what we got. We were there all of qualifying, but then in the Fast Six we couldn’t really follow the leaders but we will take fourth.  It has been a messy weekend with a lot of red and yellow flags and crashes. So it feels good to come through all this with a P4 in qualifying. It’s a great result for the team.”
Pato O’Ward, No. 5 Arrow McLaren SP Chevrolet 
Practice 2: 21st, 1:06.9508
Qualifying
Round 1 Group 2: 6th, 1:06.1781
Round 2: 11th, 1:06.0726
Starting Position: 11th “We definitely made a step forward. We’ve just had a really tough weekend so far. We couldn’t quite get the balance right, but it was a lot better here in qualifying. I think I left some on the table and was a bit too cautious. It is good that the car was better in qualifying but there is a lot of risk and reward during a Long Beach lap. I left some on the table there, but we will try to make it better for the race and see what we’ve got.”
Taylor Kiel, President, Arrow McLaren SP
“With qualifying complete, I would say overall it was a good qualifying session for us as a team. I think Felix had a very strong performance throughout all the phases. Pato did as well, until the end, where we made a small mistake in Turns 9, 10 and then in the hairpin.”
As I’ve said before, there’s no margin for error in the NTT INDYCAR SERIES. I am certainly proud of everyone on the team for continuing to find performance throughout the weekend. Admittedly, we were not as strong as we wanted to be out of the box, and any time you find yourself in that position, there is more work to do. We’ve found time on the charts this weekend and put ourselves in a position to fight for the Firestone Fast Six and the pole. We are happy and both cars are in a position to compete for a win tomorrow. That’s all we can ask for.”

2022 Grand Prix of Long Beach Practice Report


#5: Pato O’Ward, Arrow McLaren SP Chevrolet
Streets of Long Beach 

Date: Sunday, April 10th 
Round: 3/17 
Race laps: 85 
Total race distance: 167.28 miles/269.21 km 
Length: 1.96 miles/3.16 km 
Number of turns: 11 

Remaining session start times: 
Practice 2: Saturday, 11:45 – 12:45 p.m. ET
Qualifying: Saturday, 3:05 – 4:20 p.m. ET
Warm-Up: Sunday, 12:00 – 12:30 p.m. ET
Green Flag: Sunday, 3:30 p.m. ET 
TUNE IN: Sunday, 3:00 p.m. ET on NBC
Pato O’Ward, No. 5 Arrow McLaren SP Chevrolet
Practice 1: 14th, 1:08.4147
Total Laps: 
“It was a challenging day for us. I had a little mishap in the first couple laps which made it hard to get as many laps as we wanted. The crew did a good job of fixing things and getting another set of tires on the car to continue our baseline run. It was very different than it usually is with different rubber on the track which influences the balance of the car. Tomorrow will be a little bit of a guessing game to see how the Firestone rubber will react with the other compounds that are out there. We will see if it helps us balance out the car and get it a bit more in the window.”
Felix Rosenqvist, No. 7 Vuse Arrow McLaren SP Chevrolet 
Practice 1: 15th, 1:08.4615
Total Laps: 17 
“Today’s practice was a really busy session. We didn’t get the lap put together, to be honest, because of the traffic and a lot of red flags. I thought the car felt good, but it’s hard to say when you don’t have a reference lap in. It’s still fairly early and we will see how it is tomorrow to get a better read on the No. 7 Vuse Arrow McLaren SP Chevrolet.”
Taylor Kiel, President, Arrow McLaren SP
“It was a scrappy session. A lot of drivers off the track and Pato made contact with the wall on the left-rear of the car. The No. 5 Arrow McLaren SP crew did a good job of fixing him up to get him back out, but we only got a few laps so it was really hard to get a read on where the car is at. For Felix, he only ran one set of tires in the session. He hit traffic on some of his good laps, but overall it was just a messy session. However, I think both cars are good and we will make some improvements overnight. We expect track conditions to change drastically heading into the weekend, so no real concern or alarms at the moment. Tomorrow, we just need to have a clean session and makes things easier on ourselves.”

2022 Grand Prix of Long Beach – Arrow McLaren SP Race Preview

Streets of Long Beach

Date: Sunday, April 10th

Round: 3/17

Race laps: 85

Total race distance: 167.28 miles/269.21 km

Length: 1.96 miles/3.16 km

Number of turns: 11

Session start times:

Practice 1: Friday, 6:15 – 7:15 p.m. ET

Practice 2: Saturday, 11:45 a.m. – 12:45 p.m. ET

Qualifying: Saturday, 3:05 – 4:20 p.m. ET

Warm-Up: Sunday, 12:00 – 12:30 p.m. ET

Green Flag: Sunday, 3:30 p.m. ET

TUNE IN: Sunday, 3:00 p.m. ET on NBC

Pato O’Ward, No. 5 Arrow McLaren SP Chevrolet
 “I always have enjoyed coming to Long Beach. I haven’t quite had the preferred weekend there in the past so I hope that the third time’s the charm! We have a lot to look forward to this weekend, especially getting back to work with the team and turning our championship around as we look to challenge at the front.”
Felix Rosenqvist, No. 7 Vuse Arrow McLaren SP Chevrolet 
 “It’s good to be back in Long Beach.  There were a lot of emotions last year here for the team, but I think it was one of our stronger tracks in general; especially from my side. I thought we had a really good package at the end of the year. It’s good to be back and race at another street course. We’ll see if we can get the season going a little bit, as it’s been a disappointing start for all of us, but we’re ready to turn this ship around. I’m excited to go back West again.”
Taylor Kiel, President, Arrow McLaren SP
“We’re really excited to get back to Long Beach. It’s a place we’ve had success at in the past and we always love going back there and seeing the fans; it’s such a great event. Long Beach has a fantastic history with the NTT INDYCAR SERIES and is one of those events that we always mark on the calendar. We’re looking forward to getting back to racing after another break, and we’re ready to get our season kick-started with a good result this week.”

2022 XPEL 375 Arrow McLaren SP Race Report

Date: Sunday, March 20th  
Round: 2/17 
Race laps: 248 T
otal race distance: 372.8 miles/600 km 
Length: 1.5 miles/2.4 km 
Number of turns: 4
Pato O’Ward, No. 5 Arrow McLaren SP Chevrolet
Starting Position: 10th
Finishing Position: 15th
Championship: 13th, 33 points 

“We had a great car today. Today is on me. I owe everyone a beer, but we have to shake it off and go on to Long Beach. At the start of the race, a bunch of people jumped the start and we got swallowed. On the restart, we jumped ahead of four cars and I positioned myself well in the top 10. Then, on that first pit stop sequence, the crew helped me get into the top three or four and we were positioned perfectly to challenge for the win today. It’s a bummer. I screwed up and the crew did a fantastic job.”
Felix Rosenqvist, No. 7 Vuse Arrow McLaren SP Chevrolet 
Starting Position: 1st
Finishing Position: 21st
Championship: 19th, 23 points 

“A mechanical failure ended the day. So it doesn’t really matter what happened before then, but we had a good car. In the beginning of the stint, we were probably better than everyone. We had quite a bit of tire degradation on the left-front tire that we need to look into. It was down to the cords, so when we came into the pits, it was honestly impossible to stop the car. Both of the cars seemed to have the same issue. It’s disappointing. I feel that both cars had a good chance, but at the end of the day we had a technical issue that ended our run. It’s definitely something we have to fix, because no matter what happened in the race, that would have been the end of it anyway. A tough day.”
Taylor Kiel, President, Arrow McLaren SP
“It was a difficult day for us, for sure. After qualifying so well and showing so much speed, it is disappointing that we didn’t get the results today. Felix had a mechanical failure, so we will have to look into that because there were a few other teams who had similar issues. We will look into it and rectify it moving forward.

“Unfortunately, with the pit incident with the No. 5 car and one of our teammates getting struck in the incident, it broke the front wing that we had to change. Fortunately, the team member had no major injuries and was cleared by the INDYCAR Medical Team. That put us a lap down, and from there, with the way the race played out, it was very difficult to get the lap back. Ultimately, we didn’t and had to scratch and claw to finish 15th. Considering the pace the car had, it is disappointing. We will move on and look onward to Long Beach and go from there to get our season back on track.”

2022 XPEL 375 Practice and Qualifying Report

Texas Motor Speedway 
Date: Sunday, March 20th  
Round: 2/17 
Race laps: 248 
Total race distance: 372.8 miles/600 km 
Length: 1.5 miles/2.4 km 
Number of turns: 4 

Session start times: 
Green Flag: Sunday, 12:40 p.m. ET 
TUNE IN: Sunday, 12:30 p.m. ET on NBC
Felix Rosenqvist, No. 7 Vuse Arrow McLaren SP Chevrolet 
Practice 1: 2nd, 222.878 mph
Qualifying: 1st, 221.110 mph
Starting Position: 1st
Practice 2: 3rd, 222.662 mph 
“It was a really good day. A lot of driving in one day, but I think we were up there in every session. I was able to get my first pole with Arrow McLaren SP and my first pole on an oval.  It’s a great feeling. To get a pole on an oval is something I think is really special. There’s so much commitment for those two laps, it brings a lot of joy. The entire No. 7 Vuse Arrow McLaren SP team deserves after a tough couple of months. Now we have the best view for Turn 1 tomorrow. Texas is a place you want to start up front because it’s always a mess. Being in the back is not fun here, so we will take advantage of being out front tomorrow.”
Pato O’Ward, No. 5 Arrow McLaren SP Chevrolet
Practice 1: 7th, 222.204 mph
Qualifying: 10th, 220.579 mph
Starting Position: 10th
Practice 2: 12th, 220.832 mph 
“It’s good to be back at Texas Motor Speedway. In qualifying, we misjudged the gearing a bit, along with a couple other things that would have gotten us closer to the speed of the No. 7 car. We can definitely fight from 10th, that’s not going to be an issue. I know how to race around here and the No. 5 Arrow McLaren SP Chevrolet feels really good. It reminds me of last year, so looking forward to going forward tomorrow.”
Taylor Kiel, President, Arrow McLaren SP
“We are feeling really good. It was a long Saturday. This type of format is difficult on the team, specifically the mechanics and engineers. They have to crank out a lot decisions and actions very quickly. I think the key to that is all the things we can do off track to give us a strong package when we arrive at the track. That had both Arrow McLaren SP Chevrolets starting in a good place.”

Felix getting the pole position was overdue and well-earned. I’m very happy for him and the No. 7 group. Both cars, at the end of the day, are race ready. They are both good in traffic. Pato’s feels very similar to where he was last year, so that is a good sign considering we won last year. Who knows how things are going to fall tomorrow, but we are positioned well for the race.”

2022 XPEL 375 Arrow McLaren SP Race Preview

Texas Motor Speedway

Date: Sunday, March 20th 

Round: 2/17

Race laps: 248

Total race distance: 372.8 miles/600 km

Length: 1.5 miles/2.4 km

Number of turns: 4

Session start times: 

  • Practice 1: Saturday, 10:45 – 12:00 p.m. ET
  • Qualifying: Saturday, 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. ET
  • Practice 2: Saturday, 5:00 – 6:00 p.m. ET
  • Green Flag: Sunday, 12:40 p.m. ET 

TUNE IN: Sunday, 12:30 p.m. ET on NBC

Pato’s Home Fiesta presented by Mission Foods

  • Location: Texas Live! 
  • Address: 1650 E Randol Mill Rd, Arlington, TX 76011 
  • When: Thursday, March 17, 5:00 – 8:00 p.m. CT 
  • Attendees: Arrow McLaren SP, Pato O’Ward, Felix Rosenqvist, Mission Foods, INDYCAR, Texas Motor Speedway, Arrow Electronics, Lucas Oil, Dallas Stars, Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders and more…
Pato O’Ward, No. 5 Arrow McLaren SP Chevrolet
“I love Texas. Texas is very close to my heart because it’s been home to me for many years, and it holds a special place in my heart because I got my first NTT INDYCAR SERIES win there! On top of that we get to kick the weekend off with Pato’s Home Fiesta presented by Mission Foods on Thursday to celebrate last year’s win. I’m looking forward to having some good fun and hoping to take home some nice hardware while we are at it.”
Felix Rosenqvist, No. 7 Vuse Arrow McLaren SP Chevrolet 
“We are headed to Texas this weekend; it’s becoming one of our favorites on the calendar, especially with a win last year from Pato. I also had two very good races that we could have won last year so we’re all ready to get back. The first oval of the year is always exciting, as we can get the Arrow McLaren SP Chevrolets up to high speeds again.”
Taylor Kiel, President, Arrow McLaren SP
“We are all excited to get back to Texas. I think we’re kicking the weekend off in a thrilling way with Pato’s Home Fiesta presented by Mission Foods. We’ve got a lot of good momentum heading into this event at Texas Motor Speedway. It is looking like it will be an awesome event for fans in the Dallas Fort Worth area at Texas Live!”Texas is a race we were obviously successful at last year, winning Race Two. So, certainly looking forward getting back on track, getting back on the ovals, defending our race win from last year, and leaving there with some momentum to roll into Long Beach.”

2022 Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg Arrow McLaren SP Race Report

Streets of St. Petersburg 
Date: Sunday, February 27th  
Round: 1/17 
Race laps: 100 
Total race distance: 180 miles/289.68 km 
Length: 1.8 miles/2.89 km 
Number of turns: 14
Pato O’Ward – No. 5 Arrow McLaren SP Chevrolet
Starting Position: 16th
Finishing Position: 12th
Championship Standing: 12th, 18 points 
“We finished 12th today at the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg. We had a great start, going from 16th to ninth on the first lap. From there, I was like ‘Oh yes, let’s get a great race in,’ but we didn’t really nail the strategy. We weren’t on the right strategy with the three-stop and got stuck back in 12th. We will give it hell in Texas.”
Felix Rosenqvist – No. 7 Vuse Arrow McLaren SP Chevrolet 
Starting Position: 21st
Finishing Position: 17th
Championship Standing: 17th, 13 points 

“The first race of the season is complete in St. Petersburg. We ended 17th and really couldn’t move up in the field. The way our strategy turned out is pretty much where we started the race. That’s what happens when you start in the back, you don’t really go anywhere unless you luck out with the strategy; which we didn’t have today. I thought the pace was pretty good, the best it was all weekend; but we couldn’t take advantage of it. Now, we will reload for Texas.” 
Taylor Kiel – President, Arrow McLaren SP
“The end result made it a tough day. Both Arrow McLaren SP cars moved forward through the field, which passing in traffic here at the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg is a difficult thing to do. Track position is king. With that in mind, we took an alternate strategy very early in the race with both cars. That put us P2 and P6 on that strategy, but turns out it split the field in half and we were on the wrong end of it. No fault of anyone, as the yellow fell when it did and ultimately brought the other strategies back into play. “

“I’m proud of everybody for their work in the offseason, and I feel that we have strong cars. When we were able to show it in clean air, we had as good of pace as anybody. We were able to protect the tires, and Team Chevy has done a great job with the drivability work. All offseason, our drivers have been optimistic about our package this year. It was just a tough weekend based on how we qualified and we knew it was going to be an uphill battle. We will take this one and move on to Texas.”

2022 Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg Arrow McLaren SP Practice and Qualifying Report

#5: Pato O’Ward, Arrow McLaren SP Chevrolet
Streets of St. Petersburg 
Date: Sunday, February 27th  
Round: 1/17 
Race laps: 100 
Total race distance: 180 miles/289.68 km 
Length: 1.8 miles/2.89 km 
Number of turns: 14 

Remaining session start times: 
Warm Up: Saturday, 8:45 – 9:15 a.m. ET
Green Flag: Sunday, 12:25 p.m. ET 
TUNE IN: Sunday, 12:00 p.m. ET on NBC
Pato O’Ward – No. 5 Arrow McLaren SP Chevrolet
Practice 2: 9th, 1:00.3333
Qualifying: 
Round 1 Group 2: 8th, 1:00.0021
Starting Position: 16th
“The No. 5 Arrow McLaren SP Chevrolet had the pace to move on, I’m sure of that. We started out in Practice 1 not where we wanted to be but we made some great changes and the car has pace. Note to myself for next time: don’t smash the wall halfway through your lap if you want to transfer. It’s all my mistake, just didn’t quite judge the amount of snap I was going to get and I didn’t want to back out of it. I’ll take the consequences, but tomorrow I think we will have a good race. The car is good and let’s see what we can pull off.”
Felix Rosenqvist – No. 7 Vuse Arrow McLaren SP Chevrolet 
Practice 2: 10th, 1:00.3763
Qualifying:
Round 1 Group 1: 11th, 1:00.3918
Starting Position: 21st
“It was kind of a weird session. The black primary Firestones were a good step forward from practice, and felt we didn’t need any adjustments for the red alternates. We went out and the tires were ready to go straight out of the pit lane. That’s not what we are used to, I expected them to come in on the second or third lap. I just took too much out of the tires on the first lap and couldn’t complete a better lap after that. It was a good lap, but kind of weird how the tire just went away. There’s a lot of lap time left to find, but we will focus on the race. I think we have a pretty good race car, so I’m not too worried. We will push tomorrow.”
Taylor Kiel – President
“Today was not the qualifying session we wanted by any means. I think there were some negatives and we didn’t execute. First, the red alternate Firestones on the No. 7 Vuse Arrow McLaren SP Chevrolet caught Felix out and didn’t allow him to extract the pace from the car. With Pato and the No. 5 Arrow McLaren SP Chevrolet, we received valuable advice from Felix after Group 1 and the pace was certainly there. We didn’t get in position to transfer and ultimately had contact with the wall exiting Turn 9. Unfortunately, we didn’t transfer either car. The positive is both cars are very good, in the window, and have pace. We have a good understanding of the red tires heading into the race and we have an extra set for both cars. There’s for sure room to move forward tomorrow, so now we just need to execute.”
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