AJ Foyt Racing Prepares For The REV Group Grand Prix At Road America

The NTT INDYCAR Series returns to Road America this weekend where Sebastien Bourdais, driving the No. 14 ROKiT Chevrolet, and his teammate Dalton Kellett, in the No. 4 K-Line Insulators USA Chevrolet, will compete against 23 other drivers on the picturesque 4-mile road course.

Sebastien Bourdais on Road America: “Looking forward to Road America, a place that I’ve always very much enjoyed. It’s gotten a lot rougher and harder on tires and it’s a tricky place, but I think if we can get the car in the zone, I think it’s a place where I know I can find my way around. I’m looking forward to the challenge and can’t wait to get to Wisconsin.”

Dalton Kellett on Road America: “Road America is definitely one of the coolest tracks on our schedule and long, four miles. Pretty excited. Lots of big variation corners, really high-commitment, high-speed corners, some cooler low speed stuff, and definitely one of the prettiest tracks that we go to. It’s a classic American road course — so super excited. We’ve gotten better and better with our cars on road courses this year and I feel like I’m learning every weekend, so definitely looking forward to it.”

Past Performance: Sebastien Bourdais’ best start is from the pole with Newman-Haas Racing in 2007, the year he won. In his prior three starts, he won the pole once and outside pole twice, he finished on the podium with one second and two thirds. Recently, his best start is sixth in 2018 (Dale Coyne with Vasser-Sullivan) and best finish is 12th in 2019 with the same team. Dalton Kellett made two starts as a rookie in 2020, starting 23rd and finishing 20th in both races. AJ Foyt Racing’s best start is 8th in 1993 with Eddie Cheever, and its best finish is eighth in 1991 with Mike Groff. The team did not compete in IndyCar races at Road America from 1996-2007. In the past six races, the team’s best finish is 10th with Charlie Kimball last year.

The REV Group Grand Prix at Road America will be broadcast live by the NBC Sports Network Sunday, June 20 starting at 12 noon ET. The practices and qualifying will be streamed live on Peacock.

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