Servià: “I will Return, I’m going to win this race some day”


What promised to be a day glorious for the Spanish motorsport finally finished with double disappointment after the abandonment of Fernando Alonso and Oriol Servià. While the McLaren-Honda-Andretti had to retire for the breakage of your engine, the Rahal Letterman Lanigan he was immersed in a accident with James Davison.

Oriol Servià deeply regrets the outcome, considering that we had the pace to contest for victory. “I Had a great car. In the first over, we moved back, but we changed the car a bit (the first stop) and the car became a rocket. I felt very comfortable in the resalidas, we had the pace”, said Oriol, who in every resalida earned positions.

Servià narrated how it was the accident with Davison, commenting that the australian rider was closing progressively until the tap was inevitable. “The end of the race it was a shame, only one of the 33 pilots are happy at the end of the day. I was aggressive, but clean for the whole race. When Davison was on the outside, was closing, closing, closing towards me and had no where to go, I turned all I could, I lifted the foot off the accelerator, he made a small movement and we touch”, admitted Servià.

Davison was outside, it was closing towards me and had no where to go.

Oriol has always been one of the drivers that has coped well in Indianapolis and says that the will to achieve a victory that is determined to get at some point. “you can’t go back in time, unfortunately, I am very satisfied by the effort of everyone on the team. We never gave up at the beginning and we had an incredible pace. I’ll be back, I’m going to win this race someday, I’m going to do it”, said the Catalan, very confident in their chances in a race in which she holds a fourth place as best result.