Lexington, Ohio (July 6, 2021) – Juncos Racing faced their toughest weekend on track in the 2021 Indy Lights Presented by Cooper Tires Championship with Toby Sowery and Sting Ray Robb finishing outside the Top-5 during the doubleheader Cooper Tires Grand Prix of Mid-Ohio.

The Indy Lights field continued with their busy summer schedule with the third event in just a month’s time, this time on the 2.258 mile, 13-Turn road course located in Lexington, Ohio. Two test sessions on Thursday kicked off the weekend, followed by one final test session and practice Friday morning.

Qualifying for Round 11 took place Friday afternoon. Sting Ray Robb driving the No. 2 Road To Indy scholarship car qualified seventh and Toby Sowery driving the No. 51 entry qualified ninth. Juncos Racing was not able to improve during the final qualifying session Saturday morning with Sowery qualifying eighth and Sting Ray Robb settling for ninth.

The Juncos Racing duo looked to bounce back that afternoon during the first of the two race events. Sowery, who started ninth was able to make his way just outside the Top-5 to finish sixth during the 35-lap race. Sting Ray Robb, who started seventh fell back to finish 11th.

Teams returned to the track Sunday morning for the final race of the weekend. Sowery, who started eighth, made his way to finish sixth during the caution-free 35-lap race. Sting Ray Robb finished 10th.

Juncos Racing Team Owner Ricardo Juncos said, “It was a tough weekend at Mid-Ohio for our Indy Lights team. Everyone worked so hard, it’s just didn’t show through the results. We will move forward, focusing on our upcoming test as we prepare for the first and only oval event in St. Louis next month. I want to thank everyone on the team for continuing to push forward and to all of the wonderful people who continue to support us.”

Sting Ray Robb: “Excited to reset and prep during the summer break and come back strong for the last few races of the year.”

Toby Sowery: “Our weekend at mid-Ohio was very mixed. We struggled to extract the pace from the car in qualifying which cost us a decent starting position but we proved we had a very competitive race car. We were the only team able to overtake on a notoriously difficult circuit and our pace was very strong. I know if we can improve our qualifying we can be a force in the races upcoming.”