Patrick’s Sonoma Travel, A little Racing stuff, and a LOT of THANK YOU’s!

By Patrick Stephan The TSO staff is working to get caught up, and since Steve just sent some notes from Sonoma, here come so more from me. Yes, Ganassi Racing (as sent yesterday) went down to two cars - which was pretty
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GoPro Grand Prix of Sonoma – Steve’s travel notes and MRTI drivers at the IndyCar finale

  There were a number of current Mazda Road To Indy presented by Cooper Tire (MRTI) drivers making the rounds at the GoPro Grand Prix of Sonoma, including 2017 Indy Lights champion Kyle Kaiser. Kaiser was on site for a plethora of
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Media Statement from Chip Ganassi Racing – IndyCar program contacting to two cars.

TSO notes: For most of it's 27 year history, CGR was a two car team, the first time the team ran four full-time cars was in 2011. CGR's most successful years were spent in the configuration they will start 2018
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2017 Indy 500 Champion Takuma Sato Returns to Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing

2017 INDY 500 CHAMPION TAKUMA SATO RETURNS TO RAHAL LETTERMAN LANIGAN RACING BROWNSBURG, Ind. (September 20, 2017) – Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing (RLL) announced today that reigning Indianapolis 500 champion Takuma Sato will return to their Verizon IndyCar Series team in
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More Sonoma Post Race Notes (but not nearly all of them – we’re slackers!)

By Patrick Stephan Race fans, here comes a piece of our Sonoma final report. I'm now abandoning any hope of sending all of the notes and thoughts in one big package. It's mostly the thoughts part getting in the way. Ok,
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