SANTINO FERRUCCI / NO. 26 SCREAMIN’ SICILIAN TOYOTA GR SUPRA

Pennzoil 150 at the Brickyard – Indianapolis Road Course

EVENT INFORMATION
  • Race: Pennzoil 150 at the Brickyard
  • Date: Saturday, July 30
  • Time: 3:30PM ET
  • Track: Indianapolis Road Course
  • Distance: 62 Laps / 151.22 Miles
  • Stage Duration:
    • Stage 1: 20 laps, ends Lap 20
    • Stage 2: 20 laps, ends Lap 40
    • Final Stage: 22 laps, ends Lap 62
  • Broadcasting: USA Network | SiriusXM NASCAR Ch. 90
  • Practice (USA)
    • Date: Friday, July 29
    • Time: 3:01PM ET
    • Duration: 20 Minutes

 

  • Qualifying (USA)
    • Date: Friday, July 29
    • Time: 3:31PM ET
    • Format: Group A & B | Multi-Vehicle | Two Rounds

    NXS INDY RC STATS

    SANTINO FERRUCCI
    Starts: 0
    Wins: 0
    Top-5’s: 0
    Top-10’s: 0
    Best Start: N/A
    Best Finish: N/A
    SAM HUNT RACING
    Starts: 2
    Wins: 0
    Top-5’s: 0
    Top-10’s: 0
    Best Start: 9th (Rodgers – 2021)
    Best Finish: 12th (Gdovic – 2020)

    EVENT NOTES

    • Santino Ferrucci is set to make his second of two starts with Sam Hunt Racing in 2022 this Saturday. He is set to pilot the No. 26 Screamin’ Sicilian Toyota GR Supra at the Indianapolis Road Course for the 62-lap, 151.22-mile event.
    • Saturday’s #Pennzoil150 will mark Ferrucci’s first career NXS road course start.
    • Ferrucci competed with SHR last week at Pocono Raceway for his eighth career NXS start.
    • Screamin’ Sicilian returns as the primary partner on the No. 26 car.
    • Ferrucci has several INDYCAR starts on the famous road course, and he looks to carry that experience over to his first road course event in a stock car.

    QUOTES

    A lot of excitement going into Indy with a proven Indy 500 driver behind the wheel of our Screamin’ Sicilian #26 Toyota GR Supra. Santino showed good pace last weekend in Pocono and is hungry to rebound with a strong finish after Saturday’s accident. It will be his first time ever road racing in a stock car, so hopefully he can adapt to the heavier car quickly with such limited practice. I’m sure he’s up for the challenge and feel our team has built a competitive race car.” 
    — Sam Hunt, Owner of Sam Hunt Racing