Music City Grand Prix Race Report

Music City Grand Prix

“It was a wild race as we expected here in Nashville. We had a good day. We had some good strategy calls and good pace. Ultimately, we should’ve ended up on the podium, but just had a little trip up on pit lane. It was a good day for everybody all involved on the 28 DHL team.”

The inaugural Music City Grand Prix proved to be an eventful day for the NTT INDYCAR SERIES as the 27 IndyCars took over the streets of Nashville. The 80-lap event saw nine caution periods and two red flags. Ryan Hunter-Reay just missed the podium, finishing in fourth.

  • STARTED: 14th // FINISHED: 4th
  • CHAMPIONSHIP: 15th (177 pts.)
  • OF NOTE:
    • On the same strategy as James Hinchcliffe, Hunter-Reay and the 28 DHL team worked their way into the top five for the second half of the race
    • Earned his best result of the 2021 season with today’s fourth place
    • Moved up two positions in the championship points standings

The Andretti Autosport squad returns home to Indianapolis and heads to the road course at Indianapolis Motor Speedway for the Big Machine Spiked Coolers Grand Prix on Saturday, August 14.

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