JPM Says: "Yeah, it's terrible. On Friday, I made a mistake and went into the wall so we got behind. In the morning yesterday we had a misfire with the engine and didn't do any laps before qualifying. We didn't qualify as well as we could. We knew we had a good race car though. The DeVilbiss Chevy was really good. I passed a lot of people and had a lot of fun. I thought I had an easy podium if not more. We missed a pit call by about two seconds. I started at the back. I was running with the No. 28 (Ryan Hunter-Reay) there late and went to turn with him, but the No. 41 (Jack Hawksworth) was in the wall and there was nowhere to go. It seems like every weekend there is something, and it's getting really old really fast."
No. 2 DeVilbiss Team Penske Dallara/Chevrolet – Juan Pablo Montoya
Laps Completed: 84/85
Laps Led: 0
Points Position: 13th (-153)
Recap: Juan Pablo Montoya started Sunday’s Honda Indy Toronto in ninth place, but he was able to weave the No. 2 DeVilbiss Chevrolet toward the front and was challenging the lead group late Sunday when a crash sent him back to pit lane. The time spent on pit road making repairs to the car resulted in a 20th-place finish for Montoya, down one lap to the leaders. Early on, Montoya and the No. 2 Chevy made early contact with the car driven by Josef Newgarden, but that didn’t slow Montoya’s assault on the lead pack. Before the halfway mark of Sunday’s race, Montoya had worked his way inside the top five as he looked to score his best finish since a third-place effort in the first of two events on the Raceway at Belle Isle in Detroit. However, the misfortune that has plagued the two-time Indianapolis 500 champion virtually all season reared its ugly head yet again. Just four laps from the end of the race, Montoya got caught up in an accident with Jack Hawksworth that ended his bid for a strong finish.