Kanaan’s last test at Sebring International Raceway before the season opener in St. Petersburg was hampered by issues that could not be resolved at the track, so the No. 11 team worked around other development areas in order not to make up some precious testing time before the cars hit the track later this month in sunny Florida.
“Unfortunately we could not stick to the program we had set for this test, but we managed to work on other areas of the car and still make it a productive test. Next week we will test in Barber and we’ll be good to go for the first race of the 2012 IZOD IndyCar Series. I’m very excited about this season!”