British driver Jack Harvey took his and Meyer Shank Racing’s best IndyCar finish to date in Sunday’s Grand Prix of St. Petersburg, finishing in tenth place after qualifying in a superb seventh place.
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Dubai-born British driver, Ed Jones, has suffered a fracture of his left hand after crashing in last Sunday’s Grand Prix of St. Petersburg. Jones is expected to be able to drive his #20 Chevrolet in two weeks time at COTA.
Felix Rosenqvist has described his fourth-place finish on debut in NTT IndyCar Series as a “satisfying” result, but he also said that he believed he could have won the race for Chip Ganassi. Felix led 31 laps on Sunday.
Team Penske’s Josef Newgarden has hailed his race strategy in Sunday’s Grand Prix of St. Petersburg as perfect. The strategy allowed him to take the victory in the race, beating Scott Dixon to the flag by three seconds.