Predicting a Road America winner is one slippery proposition

“When you have a hard tire and a green track, it feels worse than a softer tire and a green track,” Herta said.
“I think it’s time for a couple of corners to be repaved, to be honest,” said Sebastien Bourdais, who will start seventh in the No. 18 SealMaster Honda in his seventh race at Road America.
Others, like Power, enjoy the demands of Road America.
“It’s just a cool old-school track,” the driver of the No. 12 Verizon Team Penske driver and 2016 Road America winner said.

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