“We worked really hard and we thought we had it figured out,” McMillen said. “Obviously we still have some work to do. We’re going to get all of our stuff back to Indy and go over it again with a fine tooth comb. We’ve got a week to work on our plan, I’m confident that Rob (Wendland, Crew Chief) has a plan for Chicago. We’re going to make some laps in Brownsburg this week and work on some things.”
“I was pretty down about losing another round in the Top 10 chase this weekend, but Rob reminded me there’s a lot of racing to be done between now and the U.S. Nationals. I wish we could have done better for everyone here in Norwalk,” McMillen continued. “We’ve got a lot of history here; way back to the IHRA days. It was great to catch up with old friends and talk about AMALIE Oil and relive some of those old matchups.
The next stop for McMillen is the Route 66 NHRA Nationals in Joliet, Illinois, July 7-10.