Andretti Autosport 2015 GP of Toronto Race Reports
 June 15, 2015| 
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Race One

  • American racer qualified the Starstruck Mazda to roll off the grid for today's Race One in the seventh position
  • A bizarre series of events and 34 laps later, the 25-year-old captured a top-five finish in fifth

"A real solid day by the Andretti Autosport crew. We found some things going into qualifying which helped us a ton. The car is substantially better than it has been through the year. First of all, I hope RC Enerson is okay - that was a massive hit. During the race, the Starstruck Mazda kept improving; we still have to work on some weird situations it's in, but I'm happy with a P5. It's better than we have been, so huge thanks to everyone at Andretti, and hopefully tomorrow will be even better."

Race Two

  • After capturing a fourth-place finish* for Saturday's Race One, the Nashville, TN native came home in the sixth position for today's wet 30-lap race after rolling off the grid from seventh
  • T*he No. 4 car was disqualified after failing post-race technical inspection moving Shelby from fifth to fourth place

"The second race of the weekend was probably my least favorite of my career. Today was all about just surviving. The car does not actually have a rain map… Unfortunately we tagged the wall mid-race, but we finished sixth which is a lot better than I thought we did (haha). Overall a good weekend - we learned a lot - and a huge thanks to the Andretti Autosport team.”

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