Justin looks forward to streets of Toronto 14-July-2010
After a weekend off following Watkins Glen, Justin and Dreyer & Reinbold Racing are ready to take on the challenges of Toronto's 1.75 mile street course around Exhibition Place. Justin has fond memories of the event, having visited Victory Lane before with RuSPORT in the 2005 Champ Car World Series. Since then he's qualified on the front row twice, scored a further podium in 2007 and finished in the top five on each visit.
"I'm looking forward to Toronto," said Justin. "It's a very challenging track. For the drivers it's quite technical, but at the same time you've got to push hard and hang it out. It's really bumpy, so we need to work on the car and make sure that it can handle those bumps. The aim is to get another top-5 finish and get back up there in the points. I got my first Champ Car win in Toronto, so I'm looking for a repeat of that."
Mike Conway continues to recuperate following his Indianapolis 500 accident and is hopeful of racing again at Infineon Raceway, Sonoma towards the end of August. In the meantime Tomas Scheckter will drive the No. 24 MonaVie car at Toronto, while 2009 Firestone Indy Lights Champion JR Hildebrand will be driving DRR's No. 24 entry at Mid Ohio and Infineon.