REV Group Grand Prix at Road America Race Preview

  • Length: 4.048 miles
  • Turns: 14
  • Type: Road Course
  • Race Distance: 222.64 miles
  • Race Laps: 55 laps
  • Green Flag: 12:40 p.m. ET

“We are headed back to one of my favorite places in the U.S. and top three tracks on my list! Over the past few years we have been very competitive here, so I’m optimistic heading into the doubleheader weekend. The 28 team has been strong at the first two race weekends; however, we’ve experienced some unusual situations which have kept us from challenging for a win. We’re all super focused on a strong double race weekend at Road America and putting that DHL Honda up front.”

The REV Group Grand Prix at Road America is the first of three doubleheader weekends on the 2020 after revisions due to the Coronavirus Pandemic. The track will also be the first to allow fans onsite with social distancing measures in place. Just two races in, and as the doubleheader weekend approaches, Zach Veach sits four (4) points outside the top five in the championship points standings. Colton Herta earned his first NTT INDYCAR SERIES pole position in 2019 at Road America, becoming the youngest pole sitter in INDYCAR history. After dominating the field by 28.4391 seconds last year, Alexander Rossi returns to Road America as the reigning race winner, looking to set the 2020 season in the right direction. Ryan Hunter-Reay looks to reach the top step of the podium at Road America as the series veteran highest finish at the track came with second-place result in 2018. Marco Andretti seeks to crack the top 10 at his favorite permanent road course as the third generation driver’s best finish is 11th (2018).

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