Juan Pablo Montoya finished sixth in the practice day of the 500 miles of Indianapolis.
Juan Pablo Montoya He is no longer a rookie, but his presence was noticed on the second day of practice for ‘rookies’ of the 105th edition of the 500 miles of Indianapolis that took place this Friday.
The Colombian pilot finished sixth in the round, with his Arrows Mclaren. And total, complet 45 turns, leaving the best speed tip mark in 219,109 miles per hour and a time of 41.0764 seconds.
“First day at Indy. We did the rookie session where we walked 200 to 215 miles per hour for 15 laps and 15 more than 215 and up. Pretty good the first day, happy with the car. There is a lot of work but I ended up very happy to be in Indianapolis, “explained the man from Bogotá after the tests.
Two days of testing at Indianapolis for the Indy 500. Learned a lot, tested a lot of things. I believe we have a good base for the month of May. @ArrowMcLarenSP @MissionFoodsUS #arrow #Indy500 #monthofmay pic.twitter.com/1godv0kR2Y
— Juan Pablo Montoya (@jpmontoya) April 9, 2021
The faster of the day was French Sebastien Bourdais, which posted a best time of 40.1022 seconds and a top speed of 224.427 miles per hour.
These days serve as training and preparation for the race that will take place next month, on May 30. This Saturday they will return to practice to compensate for the training sessions that were paralyzed this Friday due to the rains.