Zach Veach clinched his second career win on the Grand Prix of Alabama Race One

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Led from the green flag to the checkered flag.

Zach Veach, No. 26 RePLAY XD

"You do it once, and you always want to do it again. We're very happy to be able to use our pole to our advantage since we didn't get that opportunity at Long Beach. I want to thank my Andretti Autosport team for doing that, RePLAY XD and of course JF Thormann (Andretti Autosport COO) - I want him to rest up; he had open heart surgery a few days ago. He's one of the guys that brought me to this team, so we definitely miss having him here."

Matthew Brabham, No. 83 United Fiber & Data/MAZDASPEED

Finished fourth after starting from the sixth position. Second consecutive top-four finish.

"It was a good day... I think we're moving in the right direction. I felt a lot more comfortable in that race, so it was actually one of the first races I more-so enjoyed. I was battling with Jack Harvey there and it was a lot of fun even though I couldn't get around him. In the end, I made a few little mistakes just pushing a little bit too hard, trying to get a little bit too close, and I was losing a lot of aero behind him. It was tough, but at the end of the day, I think we're heading where we need to be, the United Fiber & Data/MAZDASPEED team working great, and I think if we can put it all together, we should be good."

Andretti Autosport

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