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Callum Ilott Earns Best Oval Finish Taking 11th in Doubleheader at Iowa Speedway

Callum Ilott Earns Best Oval Finish Taking 11th in Doubleheader at Iowa Speedway

Newton, Iowa (July 24, 2022)–Callum Ilott had an impressive run in his third ever oval during this weekends’ doubleheader at Iowa Speedway. The NTT INDYCAR SERIES rookie finished 12th during the 250 presented by DoorDash on Saturday and improved Sunday during the Hy-Vee Salute to Farmers 300 presented by Google, finishing a season best on an oval in 11th

The three-day event began Friday afternoon with one 90-minute practice session on the 0.875-mile, tri-oval. Times among the 26-car field proved to be incredibly tight, with the entire field less than a second apart. Ilott driving the No. 77 JHR Chevrolet finished the session 21st.

Saturday teams would be faced against extreme heat with temperatures over 95 degrees Fahrenheit. Qualifying for both rounds took place that morning, with Ilott qualifying for both races in 22nd.

The NTT INDYCAR SERIES returned to the track Saturday afternoon with a packed house for the 250 presented by DoorDash. Once the green flag waved, fans were treated to an action-packed 250-lap race. Ilott, who started 22nd settled in to his first stint just before the first caution came out on lap-17. The No. 77 JHR Chevrolet made its first pit stop on lap-19, and then began to charge forward through the field. Ilott made up an impressive 10 positions within the first 50-laps and still was charging forward. Before his second pit stop, Ilott was running well inside the Top-10, as high as sixth. After three more cautions and two more pit stops, Ilott would finish the day off in a solid 12th place finish, his best finish on an oval this season and his first short oval race ever. 

“I was super happy with that, p12 in the end of a very long and tiring race,” said Ilott. “It was a good first half of the race. We made our way up into the top-10. I struggled a little bit in one of the stints, to kind of getting the tire working. That last stint we had good pace and was just trying to hold on to the end with those tires, I think it was the same for everyone. P12 from P22, a big thanks to the team! The engineers have been working hard to get the car right for qualifying and then into the race. We have a little bit to look at because there is still more time we can find, but I’m really happy with that in my first short oval race.”

Sunday temperatures were slightly cooler for the start of the Hy-Vee Salute to Farmers 300 presented by Google than the heat experienced Saturday. Ilott would once again start from 22nd but work his way through the field during the 300-lap race. During the first 60 laps Ilott was able to improve 10 positions, running 12th. After the pitstop, Ilott continued to move up, running 10th before the first caution came out on lap 119. Ilott was running eighth before the final caution came out on lap 235. The No. 77 JHR Chevrolet went on to finish 11th, the last car to be on the lead lap.

“I’m really happy with the weekend, what can I say finishing p11 and p12,” said Ilott. “The team put together an amazing car and eased me into it in my first short oval race. I know there was more in there, we had the pace to get up to p8, maybe even more. Unfortunately, a bit of things going on in the pit stops, its not easy when a lot of cars are coming in at the same time. But what a great effort by the team and I’m pretty proud of myself for getting the job done in both races. We got some good points finally and now we go back to where we are strong at on the road courses.”

“Iowa is a special place for our team, as this was our first ever win back in 2009 running in Indy Pro,” said Co-owner and Team Principal Ricardo Juncos. “To finish this doubleheader just outside the Top-10 in both races was great for our team, as we do not have the experience here in the NTT INDYCAR SERIES, along with Callum not having short oval experience, as many other teams and drivers do. We knew this weekend could be a struggle for us as we did not have the best test day here last month and we didn’t have the best results in practice or qualifying. Only having a one car team we were not able to show Callum from the data what to do, so that made it challenging. We learned a lot in the first race and Callum and the team did an incredible job to finish 12th.

Today the engineers made some changes, which were mega in terms of the pace that Callum was able to show throughout each stint. To finish 12th and 11th was just a dream and I am so proud of everyone. We are not here to fight for a championship, but what the entire JHR team was able to do was more than I can describe. Callum is such a talented driver and has proven that all season long, along with this group we have put together at JHR, I can’t thank each person enough for all of their effort this season. There is still a lot more racing left this season, and I am excited to see what we can do in the No. 77 JHR Chevrolet! Thank you to all of our sponsors – GPNFTS, NAW, LHP, MPT, and Purdue for their support and commitment to us.

Callum Ilott Ready for Doubleheader Weekend at Iowa Speedway

Indianapolis, Indiana (July 21, 2022)–Juncos Hollinger Racing’s Callum Ilott is set for a busy weekend at Iowa Speedway, with the NTT INDYCAR SERIES doubleheader Saturday and Sunday. The NTT INDYCAR SERIES will run 250 laps on Saturday in the 250 presented by DoorDash and 300 laps in the Hy-Vee Salute to Farmers 300 presented by Google on Sunday. 

The weekend kicks off Friday afternoon on the 0.875-mile tri-oval with practice scheduled for 4:30-6:00PM EST. Qualifying for both races begins at 10:30AM EST Saturday. The first of the doubleheader races begins Saturday at 4:00PM EST and concludes Sunday with the second race set for 3:00PM EST.

Fans at Iowa Speedway will be treated to four concerts throughout Saturday and Sunday, with performances from Tim McGraw, Florida Georgia Line, Gwen Stefani, and Blake Shelton.

Juncos Hollinger Racing made their first appearance with Ilott in the No. 77 JHR Chevrolet at Iowa Speedway in June for a one-day test. Ilott has competed on two ovals so far this season, with his best finish on an oval at Texas Motor Speedway in 16th, where he also led five laps.

“I think it’s going to be the strangest weekend of the NTT INDYCAR SERIES season,” said Ilott. “Obviously with two races in one weekend and on an oval. We had a test there about a month ago, which was good to get prepared and get a feeling for it. The conditions are going to be quite a bit warmer now and change things up a bit. I think we should be in a good position and hopefully we can make some improvements from Saturday to Sunday’s race.”

“It will be a very busy and hot weekend at Iowa, with two races less than 24 hours apart,” said JHR Co-owner and Team Principal Ricardo Juncos. “I know we are as prepared, and I am confident we will put on a good show in the No. 77 Chevrolet with Callum. He has run strong on the few ovals we have competed in this season, and we have built up a lot of momentum since our last run on an oval in the Indy 500 in May.

Callum Ilott in the Honda Indy Toronto

Toronto, Canada (July 17, 2022)– NTT INDYCAR SERIES rookie Callum Ilott brought home the No. 77 Juncos Hollinger Racing Chevrolet in 14th place today in the Honda Indy Toronto after suffering a damaged wing early in the race. Ilott was able to recover quickly after going into the runoff and finish all 85 laps.  

Photo Credit: Action Sports Photography

The three-day event began with practice Friday afternoon on the 1.786 mile, 11-turn temporary street course located in downtown Toronto. The No. 77 JHR Chevrolet struggled to find the pace throughout the session, finishing 23rd overall. The team was able to improve during the second practice session Saturday morning, finishing 18th.

Saturday afternoon the NTT INDYCAR SERIES returned to the track for three rounds of knockout qualifying. Ilott, who has had great success in qualifying on all road courses this season, was placed in the first group of the first round of qualifying. For the fifth time this season, Ilott was able to advance out of the first round into the second round of qualifying. The No. 77 JHR Chevrolet narrowly missed making it to the final round into the fast six, settling for the seventh starting position on the grid.

A 30-minute warm-up session kicked off the day Sunday morning, where Ilott finished 10th overall.

The green flag waved that afternoon for 85-laps of the Honda Indy Toronto. Most drivers were able to make it through one pit stop, before multiple cautions began to come out. Ilott, who had a solid run going early in the race, unfortunately suffered damage to the front wing, after slight contact with another driver’s rear tire, while Ilott was overtaking down the straight. Shortly after, Ilott went into the runoff but was able to recover quicky and return to the back of field. Ilott made multiple passes throughout the remaining laps and came back to finish 14th.

“Not a bad end, after we unfortunately had some damage after overtaking another car on the front straight,” said Ilott. “They just moved a little bit and I caught the front wing on their rear tire. After that I think we were close to a lap down, but I managed to come back and put in some great laps and some good moves to get back to P14. I almost got Rinus (VeeKay) for P13. We had a good car and great speed. It’s kind of bittersweet because it was a great drive, but there was a lot more probably out of it and the result if we didn’t have that incident in the beginning. A big thanks to the team, I think we had a great car this weekend, definitely one of the faster ones. So, thanks again to the team and to Team Chevy.”

“Even though we didn’t get the finish we wanted, Callum drove a great race and the team gave him an incredible car,” said JHR Co-owner and Team Principal Ricardo Juncos. “We started off the weekend in the back but were able to move forward and have another amazing qualifying run. We are so close to making it to the fast six, and I am confident we can do it before the season wraps up. Today’s race was pretty eventful, so for the No. 77 JHR Chevrolet to come home 14th, even after suffering damage, isn’t a bad way to end the weekend. I want to thank all of the JHR crew for their hard work, our amazing sponsors, and incredible fans.” 

Mid-Ohio: Callum Ilott Race Report

Lexington, Ohio (July 3, 2022)– NTT INDYCAR SERIES rookie Callum Ilott continued to move up the speed charts in the No. 77 Juncos Hollinger Racing (JHR) Chevrolet throughout the weekend at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course. However race day would be derailed by a mechanical failure on lap-57. Ilott, who started the Honda Indy 200 at Mid-Ohio in tenth, would end the day 23rd

Ilott made his first appearance on the 2.258 mile, 13-turn road course at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course during the first NTT INDYCAR SERIES practice session Friday afternoon, finishing 21st. Saturday morning kicked off with the final practice session where Ilott improved to 18th, before qualifying that afternoon.

Three rounds of knock out qualifying kicked off Saturday afternoon, with Ilott in the first group of the first round. Ilott, who has advanced out of all first rounds of qualifying on the road courses so far this season, once again advanced in the No. 77 JHR Chevrolet to the second round. Ilott would not make it out of the second round but would settle for a fifth row starting position in 10th.

Sunday morning the NTT INDYCAR SERIES returned for a 30-minute warm up session before the race that afternoon. The strong run continued for Ilott who would finish the session fifth quickest overall.

The Honda Indy 200 at Mid-Ohio began just after 12:30PM EST under warm, sunny conditions. Ilott, who started 10th, maintained his position throughout the first part of the race before the first caution came out on lap-9. Ilott went on to make his first pit stop just a few laps before the second caution of the day on lap-30. The third caution followed quickly after when another car went off track during the restart. Ilott was running 14th before a mechanical failure would retire the No. 77 JHR Chevrolet on lap-57. Ilott’s first appearance at Mid-Ohio came to a close, finishing 23rd.

“Had a bit of a disappointing end to that one and unfortunately ended with a bit of flames of behind us,” said Ilott. “Just coming to the final restart, I think it was p 11 and it just went on me, unfortunately. But you know, we’ll come back stronger to fight another day is a shame because we had great pace, especially on the blacks as well as reds. We struggled with a bit I had to get the balance back in the window at the first stop. But yeah, hopefully the guys can be happy with the performance up to that point. Next one’s Toronto street circuit. Yeah. That’s why I’m so excited.” 

“Even though the day didn’t end how we would have liked it to, we still had a solid run with Callum and have a lot to look forward to,” said JHR Co-owner and Team Principal Ricardo Juncos. “We started off the weekend in the back but made a lot of great improvements and were able to get in another great qualifying run. Callum, who has never been here at Mid-Ohio once again proved his strength on track. We will continue to work hard as a team and be ready for Toronto in just a few weeks. I want to thank everyone for their hard work, support, and commitment to JHR.”

Benjamin Pedersen Set for First NTT INDYCAR SERIES Test with Juncos Hollinger Racing

Indianapolis, Indiana (June 24, 2022)- Current Indy Lights Presented by Cooper Tires driver Benjamin Pedersen is set to make his first appearance in the NTT INDYCAR SERIES with Juncos Hollinger Racing (JHR). Pedersen will test in the No. 77 JHR Chevrolet Monday June 27th at Sebring International Raceway. 

Benjamin Pedersen (Photo Courtesy of Juncos Hollinger Racing)

The Danish-American currently sits third in the Indy Lights Championship after seven races. Pedersen has earned three podiums so far this season, finishing second in the Grand Prix of St. Petersburg, Barber Motorsports Park, and at the Detroit Grand Prix. 

“I’ve been waiting and learning for my first NTT INDYCAR SERIES test and it’s finally here,” said Pedersen. “I’ve heard that the car is amazing to drive and that the transition from Indy Lights to INDYCAR is very natural. Having done many laps at Sebring for Indy Lights testing makes the day even better as it’s a track I’m familiar with!”
“We are excited to work with Benjamin next week in his first NTT INDYCAR SERIES test,” said JHR Co-owner and Team Principal Ricardo Juncos. “Benjamin has had a solid run in Indy Lights the past year and a half, so we are looking forward to seeing what he can do in the NTT INDYCAR SERIES. For the past 14 years we have worked with many drivers from the Road to Indy and have taken them to the next level of their careers. We are thrilled for this opportunity to work with such a talented driver like Benjamin and are confident he will have no problem transitioning into the car.” 

JHR has competed in multiple levels of the Road to Indy since 2009. The team has won multiple championships in both the Indy Pro 2000 Championship Presented by Cooper Tires and the Indy Lights Presented by Cooper Tires championship. JHR drivers who have gone on to run in the NTT INDYCAR SERIES include Spencer Pigot, Kyle Kaiser, Conor Daly, Tatiana Calderon, and Rinus VeeKay.

Callum Ilott Takes 11th in NTT INDYCAR SERIES Return at Road America

Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin (June 12, 2022)- NTT INDYCAR SERIES rookie Callum Ilott made a strong return after missing the previous race due to a hand injury, this weekend in the Sonsio Grand Prix at Road America. Ilott finished just outside the Top-10, taking 11th in the No. 77 Juncos Hollinger Racing Chevrolet. 

The three-day event kicked off Friday afternoon with an extended practice session of 75-minutes around the 4-mile, 14-turn road course. Ilott returned to the grid for the first time in two weeks finishing the first session 15th.
Saturday the NTT INDYCAR SERIES had a full schedule with a morning practice session followed by qualifying and then the day wrapping up with one final practice session. The No. 77 JHR Chevrolet finished the second practice session 16th.
Just a few short hours later the NTT INDYCAR SERIES returned for three rounds of knock out qualifying. Ilott was able to make it out of the first round in Group 1 finishing sixth, to move onto the second round. Unfortunately, a mistake during the first lap put the No. 77 out for the rest of the session. Although Ilott wasn’t able to fight for the final round, he still put JHR in a solid position qualifying 12th.
The Sonsio Grand Prix of Road America concluded the weekend early Sunday afternoon under sunny skies. The 55-lap race featured multiple incidents from start to finish. The combination of Ilott staying clear of all incidents and the team’s flawless pitstops, led the No. 77 to a solid 11th place finish.
“It was a pretty good race finishing p11,” said Ilott. “It was a crazy race, we just kept it clean and kept it cool. A couple of things slowed us down in the beginning and then we got our momentum. To be fair the pace was good, I probably could have pushed a bit more in some areas. But honestly p11 is a good result and good points especially since I have been out of the car. We did a good job putting everything back together after qualifying. Thanks to all the guys at Juncos Hollinger and team Chevy.”
“We made a lot of gains this weekend having Callum back in the No. 77 Chevrolet,” said JHR Co-owner and Team Principal Ricardo Juncos. “The entire team once again performed great together and worked throughout each session to improve. I am so proud of all that we have been able to accomplish this season and look forward to continuing to take our success to the next level.”
“After such a wild race it was great to see JHR come home in a strong 11th,” said Co-owner Brad Hollinger. “The guys did an outstanding job and Callum drove great all weekend. We continue to push each time on track, and our results really show that we are capable of a lot more. Mid-Ohio should be a great event for us, so I’m looking forward to watching these guys put on a great show.”

Callum Ilott Cleared for Sonsio Grand Prix at Road America

Indianapolis, Indiana (June 8, 2022)- NTT INDYCAR SERIES rookie Callum Ilott will return to the track this week in the Sonsio Grand Prix at Road America after an injury sustained to his hand May 29th during an incident at the 106th running of the Indianapolis 500 sidelined him for the Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix. Ilott was reevaluated and cleared today by the INDYCAR Medical Team and will be back in the No. 77 Juncos Hollinger Racing Chevrolet.

“Having spent a week out of the car obviously in Detroit, looking at the racing from a slightly different angle, I can happily say I am going to be back in the car for Road America,” said Ilott. “I have been cleared by the INDYCAR Medical Team today. We looked quite extensively at my hand and the risk of further damage is a lot lower. It’s still a factor, but the track surface in Road America is a lot less bumpy than Detroit. Looking at Road America, I haven’t been there yet, but it’s a good high speed fun track and quite long as well. There are some good overtaking zones, so it should be a fun weekend with a lot of action. I am super excited to get back in, coming off the momentum we had at the INDY GP we should be on for a good weekend.” 
“We are thrilled to get Callum back in the No. 77 JHR Chevrolet this week,” said JHR Co-owner and Team Principal Ricardo Juncos. “We want to thank everyone at INDYCAR Medical Team’s for their support and exceptional care provided to Callum. The focus has been on Callum’s healing progress, and he has been working hard each day to get back on track. We are looking forward to a great weekend at Road America and building off the momentum we had during May.”

Santino Ferrucci to Replace Callum Ilott for Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix

Indianapolis, Indiana (June 1, 2022)- After further evaluation of NTT INDYCAR SERIES rookie Callum Ilott, from the injury he sustained during the 106th running of the Indianapolis 500, Ilott has not been cleared to drive this weekend in the Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix. Santino Ferrucci will replace Ilott in the No. 77 JHR Chevrolet for one event. 
JHR and Ilott respect the decision made by the INDYCAR Medical Team and are committed to getting the young Britain back on track as soon as he is well and cleared. Ilott was reevaluated this week after an injury suffered to his hand caused during his wreck at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Ilott will go through another evaluation next week.

“Obviously I am devastated not to be racing this weekend in Detroit,” said Ilott. “After speaking with the doctors and specialists here in Indy the damage to my hand was slightly worse than when first looked at. They suggested that the long-term healing was the top priority and any damage that could be done in the short term by racing would be a longer-term problem. So, after learning this I agreed with the medical team’s decision that I would not be cleared and would spend more time healing. Although I would have loved to be racing, I wanted to preserve myself and focus on my health. I spoke with Ricardo (Juncos) and Brad (Hollinger) and we came to a same conclusion for the benefit of the team. I will be with the team this weekend and supporting Santino and providing any guidance I can. I am sorry that I won’t be in the car this weekend but know this is the right decision.”

“This is a very difficult scenario for Ilott and JHR,” said JHR Co-owner and Team Principal Ricardo Juncos. “Together we are looking at the long-term view, so keeping Ilott out of the car to take the necessary time to heal was most important, so we support the INDYCAR’s evaluation. Callum has already proven to be a strong contender this year and we want to keep building on that, so we all agree this is the best decision for this weekend.”Santino Ferrucci brings a great deal of experience to JHR, having run in the NTT INDYCAR SERIES since 2018. The American recently competed in the Indianapolis 500 with Dreyer and Reinbold Racing finishing 10
th and at Texas Motor Speedway with Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing finishing ninth.

“Although I am happy to be back in the car, it’s unfortunate for Callum under the circumstances,” said Ferrucci. “I hope his hand heals really quickly and he is back on track soon. I’m just here to help with the team and see if we can get them a really good result and bring in some different knowledge from my experience in Detroit. I am looking forward to having some fun and carrying the momentum I have from Indy. I can’t thank the guys over at Juncos Hollinger enough with in trusting me this weekend and hopefully it goes really smoothly.”

“We want to thank Santino Ferrucci for graciously stepping in to help us out in the No. 77 Chevrolet at Detroit,” said Juncos. “To have a driver of high caliber like Santino will be a great assist to our team. We will provide any support necessary to Santino this weekend as we get him settled in the car.”

“This is a tough moment for all of us here at JHR, but we are all confident this is what’s best for the health and healing of Callum,” said Co-Owner Brad Hollinger. “The support Callum has for this team and the support we all have for Callum, shows the unity of everyone at JHR. We are all here to fully support Santino this weekend and thank him for stepping in on such short notice.”

Callum Ilott’s First Indy 500 Comes to an End on Lap 68 After Heavy Contact

Indianapolis, Indiana (May 30, 2022)- NTT INDYCAR SERIES rookie Callum Ilott’s first Indianapolis 500 was cut short when the No. 77 Juncos Hollinger Racing (JHR) Chevrolet made contact with the wall in Turn-2. Ilott would retire the day on lap-68, finishing 32nd

After a strong running in the weeks leading up to the 106th running of the Indianapolis 500, an unfortunate end came to the No. 77 JHR Chevrolet. Ilott, would start on the seventh row, made one flawless pit stop and was looking to come in for a second pit stop when he lost control of the car going into Turn-2. Heavy contact with the wall would force JHR to retire after only completing 68 laps. Ilott managed to get out of the car on his own and was released from medical.
“It is a shame to end such a great run here at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway like this,” said JHR Co-owner and Team Principal Ricardo Juncos. “We have made so many improvements and were looking solid after our final practice on Friday. Unfortunately, today was not our day, but we will move on from here. We are thrilled that Callum was able to get out of the car on his own, which is a true testament to the safety that Dallara and INDYCAR have put into these cars, after witnessing such hard hits like he did today. We are going to look over the data to see what went on and will regain the positive momentum we have had this season. We want to thank all of the wonderful sponsors who came on board with us the past few weeks and look to build on these relationships. I want to thank the crew for all of their amazing hard work these past few weeks, giving Callum a strong, competitive car. We have a lot to be proud of within our small one car team, and I can’t thank everyone enough for their support.” 

GMR Grand Prix Race Report

Callum Ilott Delivers Juncos Hollinger Racing Best Finish inNTT INDYCAR SERIES at GMR Grand Prix

Indianapolis, Indiana (May 14, 2022) –Callum Ilott earned his best finish since joining the NTT INDYCAR SERIES, along with delivering Juncos Hollinger Racing their best finish ever in the series taking eighth in the GMR Grand Prix today.

The two-day event at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway began with two practice sessions followed by qualifying on Friday. NTT INDYCAR SERIES rookie Ilott driving the No. 77 Racing for Children’s Chevrolet came out strong finishing the first practice session that morning in second. The temperatures began to heat up in the early afternoon, changing the track conditions for the final practice session before qualifying. Ilott finished the session in 19th.

The NTT INDYCAR SERIES concluded Friday with qualifying. Ilott, who was in Group 2, easily made his way out of the first round taking fourth. During the second round, the Briton narrowly missed making it out, finishing seventh, just one spot away from the final round. Ilott once again delivered the team their best qualifying effort ever in the NTT INDYCAR SERIES.

Saturday morning kicked off with a 30-minute warm-up session under warm sunny skies, where Ilott again proved his impressive speed finishing second overall. Conditions began to change over the next few hours, with a major threat of storms and rain.

After a short delay due to lightning, teams headed out to the grid under slightly rainy conditions. Once the green flag waved, fans were treated to a thrilling race involving multiple incidents, tire strategies, and how long the storms would hold off to get the 85-laps race in. Midway through the race Ilott made his way into the Top-5 running fourth before the rain began to steadily fall. JHR held off on putting Ilott on wet tires for as long as they could before pitting one final time. Ilott, came out of the pits running in 15th during one of the final cautions. The NTT INDYCAR SERIES then announced the race would become a timed race, rather than based off of making the complete 85 laps. Once the race returned to green, Ilott made his way up six positions within the first few turns to run ninth. During the final minutes Ilott was able to make his way up one more position, ultimately finishing the race in eighth. This eighth-place finish was not only Ilott’s best in the NTT INDYCAR SERIES, but the best finish ever for JHR.

“It’s our best finish so far this year,” said Ilott. “It was a bit of an up-and-down race. We had to find our feet a little bit at the beginning. I managed to start making way through and had some good running in the mixed conditions. We were kind of a bit late on one of the calls to box for wets. We dropped a couple of places but managed to make a couple back. I couldn’t see anything at the end. It was more about survival and hanging on at that point. There was so much water and spray everywhere. For the team, for Juncos Hollinger, Chevy and our single-car team, a top-eight result is a big reward in this race. What an amazing result. Let’s try and get some more.”

“This was an incredible and wild day on track,” said JHR Co-owner and Team Principal Ricardo Juncos. “Callum and the team did an amazing job during every session the past two days. We have really come together, and we have continued to build off the momentum we gain each time on track. After such an eventful race, it is truly amazing to walk away with a eighth-place finish. We have had great success running in the Road to Indy, so to see us here running with the leaders in the NTT INDYCAR SERIES is absolutely amazing.”

“I am extremely proud of everyone at JHR and Callum for what we were able to show and accomplish at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway,” said Brad Hollinger JHR Co-Owner. “We have continued to build off such a great momentum each time on track, which is remarkable for such a small team in such a short time. I cannot thank everyone enough for all of their hard work and effort they put into each day to make us better as a team. We were thrilled to again partner with Racing for Children’s and give them a great race to be a part of.” 

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