ABC Supply Wisconsin 250 Race Report


  • The three-time Milwaukee winner quietly maneuvered his way to the top four after starting from the 19th position
  • Reigning Indy 500 champ’s DHL Honda suffered a mechanical issue on Lap 168 forcing him to retire from the 250-mile race in the 21st position
  • Florida resident and DHL today announced the continuation of their partnership with Andretti Autosport taking them into 2015 through 2017

“I could feel it running rough the lap before that, so it wasn’t a clean suspension break. It was something with the right rear – the CV joint popped out or something. Every time I would go back to power it would squat big time; it was undrivable. We had a great start… the yellow kind of got us, but what are you going to do? I love this place. It wasn’t exactly the balance we wanted, and this is probably our Championship hopes going up in smoke right now. Just signed a three-year deal with Andretti Autosport and DHL, so very happy about that. I wish I could have gotten them a win today. I wish we, as a team, would be out there celebrating with DHL in victory circle.”

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