It was a wet and soggy morning for today’s Indy Lights Presented by Cooper Tires 400th race, forcing qualifications to cancel on the 2.38-mile road course due to rain-soaked conditions. Setting the field to start by points, clouds cleared in time for Colton Herta to win Round 4 from start to finish.

Coverage from Barber Motorsports Park airs Wednesday, April 26 at 12 a.m. ET on NBCSCN. The team returns home next to Indianapolis for Rounds 5 and 6 on the 2.439-mile, 14-turn road course at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, May 11-13.For more information, check out and

No. 98 Deltro Energy Mazda

  • Started on pole
  • Won, earning his second pole-to-win in four races
“Starting from pole and leading from there, it was all about conserving tires today. We did it perfectly and ended up with an almost ten second gap in the end. Leading the points championship is great, but it’s still really early in the season. We’re for sure going to try and defend it throughout the year. That said, I can’t wait to race at Indianapolis coming up, especially on the oval. I’m really looking forward to May.”

No. 27 Synova Mazda

  • Started 4th
  • Finished 3rd, giving the Frenchman his second podium of the season
“Overall, it was a very good weekend for the Andretti team! P1 and P3 for me this weekend is very, very good for the points championship. It wasn’t good leaving St. Pete where we did, but now we’re up back there and hunting my teammate [Colton Herta]. He had a great race from starting on pole, which is a big advantage here. I feel like we did what we could and scored big points this weekend, but now we focus on the month of May.”

No. 48 Flip Side Mazda

  • Started 13th
  • Finished 9th, getting his first Top 10 for the season
“Today was very good from where we started the race. I made a fun pass on my teammate [Dalton Kellett] towards the end, and we gave each other enough room. Me, Shelby [Blackstock] and Dalton had a tricky situation going into Turn 1 going three-wide, and that wasn’t going to work so I kind of bailed out. Overall, it was a really fun race here. Front tires fell off a little towards the end, and that’s when I started to struggle during the run with Shelby. I wish we got qualifying in this morning after starting P13, but we’ll go harder and get ready for Indianapolis in May. I’m really looking forward to racing in front of fans at Indy.”

No. 28 K-Line Insulators USA Mazda

  • Started 12th
  • Finished 10th after spirited battle with teammate Norman
“We had a great start to the race, jumping up to fifth. The first couple of laps were awesome, taking advantage of push-to-pass on the second lap. It felt like we had a really good car. I honestly feel we could’ve fought for a fourth place finish. We had a little contact on the start causing some damage to the car. After about the first 12 laps, it got to the point I just couldn’t turn the wheel anymore and was having to compromise in corners. It was kind of heartbreaking, but I had so much fun battling my teammate [Ryan Norman]. Not much you can do when someone catches you in your mirrors, but I hope Ryan got some good racing experience because I didn’t make it easy on him!”