“It was a flattering unsatisfactory day deliberation we led a many laps and started on pole,” pronounced Rossi. “For certain we didn’t have a gait for Ryan, he was only on another level. So hats off to him and a DHL team, they positively deserved to win. But a Ruoff Home Mortgage automobile really had a second-place finish in it. Unfortunately, with reduction than 10 laps to go, a fitness changed.”
Much like a initial day in Detroit, that saw Scott Dixon emerge victoriously, it was Andretti Autosport and Honda energy that ruled a streets on Sunday, with Hunter-Reay, Will Power, Ed Jones, Scot Dixon, Graham Rahal, Robert Wickens, Tony Kanaan, Charlie Kimball, Marco Andretti, and Simon Pagenaud in a tip ten. Had it not been for Rossi’s hiccup, it would’ve been an all-Honda tip six.