“Honestly, I was not a fan of the racing we put on today. What I told INDYCAR yesterday was that we shouldn’t be racing like this. This is full pack racing and sooner or later somebody is going to get hurt. We don’t need to be doing this. It was a hell of a show and we did what we needed to do. We had a good PPG Chevy. When Will (Power) crashed and Helio (Castroneves) crashed, for me the goal was to finish ahead of (Scott) Dixon and we did that. So it’s all good and everybody did a great job again.”
"The PPG Automotive Refinish boys did a great job today despite the changing conditions. We sort of struggled when the track was wet and I made a couple small mistakes on track, but we recovered pretty quickly from those. After that it was a good race and we were really good on black tires from that point on. It was a nice, solid finish that allowed us to keep the points lead going into three straight oval races. I'm excited about that."
Considered one of the top drivers of this era, Juan Pablo Montoya is the driver for # 6 Indycar for Penske Racing Team.
Born September 20, 1975, is known internationally for being one of the few drivers participating in Formula One, Indycar, NASCAR , CART & F3000, Daytona prototypes and other race competitions.