Utah: Andretti Green Racing preview

Bryan Herta, ...

Bryan Herta, #26 XM Satellite Radio Acura

"It's hard for me to say a lot about the Utah track since I haven't been there. From what I've heard, the track is more wide open so there should be a little less difficulty working through some of the GT cars for us than we've experienced over the last three races. It's a track that probably lends itself more to the LMP1 cars."

Marino Franchitti, #26 XM Satellite Radio Acura

"It was a great result for the XM Satellite Radio team last time out in Houston. We were so close to the win and hopefully we can achieve that in Salt Lake. Neither Bryan or I know the Miller track and talking to people who have run there, it's tough to learn so that's going to be a big challenge for us, but one we're really looking forward to. The Andretti Green Racing crew has worked so hard and have given us great cars this season and I know they're ready to go racing again after a couple of well-earned days off."

Steve Newey, Race Engineer, #26 XM Satellite Radio Acura

"The Miller Motorsports Park circuit is very difficult to learn as there are 23 corners on the 4.486-mile track. We may be at a small disadvantage relative to some of the other teams and drivers who have raced there previously but I am confident that the XM Satellite Radio Acura will be competitive on race day."

-credit: agr

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Series ALMS
Drivers Bryan Herta , Marino Franchitti