Indianapolis 500 Race Report

“We came away with a top 10, but that doesn’t reflect the potential of the DHL Honda today. We built a car to run in the front and that’s where we should have been in the end. The car had the pace, I drove a clean race, we just didn’t get it done. Sometimes races are won and lost on the track – and sometimes they are won and lost in the pits. We had the first part covered, but unfortunately the latter is what wrote our story today.”

After nearly three months delayed due to the Coronavirus Pandemic, Indianapolis Motor Speedway came alive Sunday with the roar of 33 engines. For the first time in the track’s 109-year history, no spectators were in attendance for the 104th Running of the Indianapolis 500 Presented by Gainbridge. Andretti Autosport fielded six entries for today’s 500-mile race, the most of any team in the NTT INDYCAR SERIES paddock.

  • STARTED: 5th // FINISHED: 10th
  • CHAMPIONSHIP: 11th (149 pts.)
  • OF NOTE: Hunter-Reay drove a clean race, showing the true speed of the DHL Honda // Contended for the lead in opening laps before recording a 130th career top-10 finish
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