Garett Grist, No. 7 DaVinci Foods, Sofina Foods and Lander Property Management Following a tough Round One finishing in 22nd, but having a lap time fast enough to start Round Two in 13th, Grist made a comeback during the second race on the streets of St. Petersburg when he fought his way to finish in sixth.
"Today's race went really well. After the bad day we had yesterday we needed a good bounce back. The guys worked their butts off - everyone was here late working on the car. Ian, my engineer, and I, we figured some setup out, and mostly for me, I was figuring out the street track since this was my first race on a temporary street circuit. We didn't have a lot of track time due to some problems and getting in a crash in Turn One yesterday, so going from 13th to sixth on a street track, I'm really happy about that. The team worked great - I can't thank them enough." Austin Cindric, No. 77 Nightrain Moving his way up during Round Two on the streets of St. Petersburg, Cindric was seen as high as the Top 20 before becoming involved in a racing incident forcing the 14-year-old to retire early from the race.
"Disappointing weekend. We got caught up in another incident, unfortunately . I just have to thank the Andretti and Nightrain Clothing team for all of their hard work and help."