Dixon fuming after “horrendous” qualifying run at Indy GP
Scott Dixon isn’t identified for letting his feelings boil to the floor, however the six-time NTT IndyCar Sequence champion has grown weary of the latest qualifying struggles together with his Chip Ganassi Racing Honda.
For the season so far, Dixon’s qualifying common is 12.4 after including in his run to 21st-place in Friday’s session for the Indy Grand Prix. However the supply of Dixon’s anger stems from the final three rounds the place he lined up 16th at Lengthy Seaside, 13th at Barber Motorsports Park, and now 21st on the Indy highway course, which averages to a beginning place of 16.6.
Along with his teammate, 2021 IndyCar champion Alex Palou, securing a second-place begin within the area of 27 automobiles, there’s quite a lot of pace ready to be present in his No. 9 entry.
“It’s simply irritating, man,” Dixon mentioned. “I believe everyone can see that we’re making swings the place we shouldn’t be. It’s only a totally different automotive each time you exit, so we’re making an attempt to regulate for that and discover the most effective stability. Actually, it’s sucks proper now. We’ve obtained to type it out.”
“I really feel like race tempo has been good, and everyone on the automotive has been doing an incredible job,” he mentioned. “However whenever you qualify this far again, it’s simply horrendous.”