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Race Report: Toronto Race One

On the sunny streets of Toronto, it was at tough first race for Andretti Autosport's Indy Lights quartet after qualifying for Race 1 earlier this morning. The team hits the 1.786-mile, 11-turn lakefront street course one more time for tomorrow's second half of the weekend double-header. Coverage of Rounds 11 and 12 air Monday, July 17 at 7 p.m. ET on NBC Sports Network. For more information, check out and

No. 28 K-Line Insulators USA Mazda

  • Started: 4 // Finished: 12

  • Championship: 9 / 15 (142 pts., unofficial)

  • Led the Andretti pack in morning Race 1 qualifying, laying down a fastest lap of 1:05.8413 to start fourth in front of his hometown crowd

“It’s disappointing where we finished and all the circumstances that led to that. Overall, I know we had a car that was on rails for the first seven or eight laps and I felt really confident that we were going to be able to make up some spots after the restart. I think we had something for Santi (Urrutia). I’m a little frustrated but I think we are going to have a strong car tomorrow for qualifying and do it again during the race tomorrow. It’s always a good confidence booster when you’re able to run guys down during the race and you know you are faster them. I think we definitely have a car that’s going to let us to drive forward, so I’m looking forward to tomorrow.”

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