Hang on for a ride around the 2439-mile, 14-turn Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course with Sebatien Bourdais, who will drive the No. 11 Mistic KVSH Racing car in the inaugural Grand Prix of Indianapolis on May 10.

Bourdais' assessment: "It’s a challenging racetrack. You have to commit to it and the grip level, so you can challenge yourself in the car. The last section is very enjoyable. The left, right, left and right again, that’s opened up a lot more than it used to be, and they are all third-gear corners. It’s actually quite fun. The car digs in and goes side-to-side as you’re working the tires and pushing yourself.  It’s quite fun and I see some passing areas. It will be interesting.”