Grand Prix at the Glen Qualifying Results

2016-watkinsglen-race15“We just haven’t been able to find the grip; it’s been very inconsistent. You really have to lean on the car. It’s not really giving us what we want – none of cars have been very happy this weekend. I had high hopes coming in here. We had a pretty decent test and then we came off qualifying fourth at Mid-Ohio – top Honda – you’d think we’d come in here, to another road course and be able to transfer that. I really want to get a good result here for DHL over the weekend. We still have a shot, but we’ve been struggling with the car. Again tonight, we’re going to make some big changes to it and we’ll see how it goes. It’s great to be here at Watkins Glen and seeing all fans turn out. This facility is amazing and this is my 200th start so we hope to have a good weekend. Hopefully we get this ship turned around and find that paddle.”

Upstate New York’s Watkins Glen International played host today to qualifying for tomorrow’s 60-lap INDYCAR Grand Prix at The Glen. Blue skies and soft breeze brought perfect racing conditions for both on-track activity and today’s fan autograph session. With qualifying in the books, Ryan Hunter-Reay will line up 19th.

Tune in for live race coverage at 2 p.m. ET tomorrow on NBC Sports Network and follow along using #IndyCarGP on Twitter.

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