Schmidt Peterson Freedom 100 Race Report
 May 23, 2014| 
  • Team News

“The race was pretty difficult for me, but the car felt good from the start. My car handled well when I was leading and when I was following other cars. I think what showed today was my lack of experience on ovals. Today was my first chance to learn how and when to make a pass on an oval. I was even learning how to lift and how to go back to power. It was challenging, so I’m glad I finished fourth. I was hoping to win or be on the podium but this isn’t a big setback for our championship hopes.” – Luiz Razia

“I was pretty disappointed today because our car seemed so much stronger in qualifying. It was still an amazing experience, because not that many people in the world get to race at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. I felt like I was running pretty comfortably in fourth, but when I tried to close in on the top-three I couldn’t quite get there.” – Jack Harvey

“It was a tough race. In the beginning the car was pretty good and I felt comfortable. I was running in the pack well. After the restart we had too much push and couldn’t come back from that. I have to thank the guys for doing a good job with the car, and I’m happy I got this experience at the most famous race track in the world.” – Juan Piedrahita

“It felt like very little went wrong in the race except for the final restart, when I had a little bit of oversteer. I didn’t have any trouble chasing the pack down, but making passes was a different story. We had a fast pace today, but again we didn’t show as well as we should have in qualifying. We’re going to put the whole package together soon, though.” – Juan Pablo Garcia

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