Servià: “we Gave the nail on the head, the car was on rails”


Oriol Servià was able to recover from the bad taste in the mouth of the Saturday, in which it failed to qualify for contention for the pole after suffering many instability problems on his car.

The Catalan driver decided to take a risk with the tuning to try to enter among the first nine, and access to the Fast Nine, but the bet does not work out. “Yesterday we came down a little bit. We knew that we could have disputed the pole and the conditions were the same for all, but we were surprised. I want to move forward”.

Oriol Servià, in turn, lived entirely opposite in the classification of this Sunday, which brought into play the positions from the tenth to the thirty-third and Oriol got the twelfth for the race on Sunday, second only to Ryan Hunter-Reay and Ed Jones. “Today was better for me. Yesterday we knew we were taking risks to try to be in the top 9 and did not come out well. Today we hit the nail, the car was on rails, perfect, very fast. Exactly as we need the day 28”, said the spaniard of the team Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing, the Sunday will play their tenth edition of the 500 Miles.