Hunter-Reay and Conway will be swapping looks at Milwaukee. (LAT photo)
The cars of Andretti Autosport's Ryan Hunter-Reay and Mike Conway will have a different look for this weekend's Milwaukee 225. Conway's No. 27 entry will carry the colors of Team DHL/Sun Drop citrus soda, while Hunter-Reay, whose car is normally backed by those companies, will be driving a Team GoDaddy.com entry at the Milwaukee Mile.
"We had a good test at Milwaukee a couple weeks back, so I'm looking forward to getting back out on track there with the DHL/Sun Drop car," said Conway. "We need a strong result and some good points if we want to get back into the top 10 in the championship. Hopefully, the whole Andretti team will have a good showing this weekend."
Hunter-Reay – a winner at Milwaukee in Champ Cars back in 2004, when he led from flag to flag – also is looking forward to getting back to the unique, flat mile track.
"The Milwaukee Mile is like no other racetrack in the world. It's an oval that drives more like a road course and every lap around there has 110 percent of your attention," said Hunter-Reay. "The legends of our sport rate this place as one of best and most difficult places to win at. It's a fan favorite, as well, and I'm sure we'll put on a great show on Sunday.
"I had a record-breaking win there in 2004, so I'll be drawing on that experience to make the most of the race on Sunday. It's my first opportunity to represent GoDaddy on the racetrack and the goal for us is simple: to bring them a win."