Tony Kanaan tests the No. 14 ABC Supply Chevrolet at Sebring for the first time

SEBRING, Fla. – He likes it. That is the verdict from Tony Kanaan after his first test in the No. 14 ABC Supply Chevrolet outfitted with the 2018 aero kit. “It was a good day and nice to be back on the
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Walkinshaw Andretti United Unveils New Logo

INDIANAPOLIS (Dec. 14, 2017) – As announced in early October, reigning Indianapolis 500 champions Andretti Autosport team will enter the Australia Supercars Championship partnered with Walkinshaw Racing and United Autosports. The newly formed Walkinshaw Andretti United will enter competition in 2018 and
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Carlin joins Verizon IndyCar Series for 2018 Season Confirming Drivers Chilton and Kimball

Carlin joins Verizon IndyCar Series for 2018 Season Confirming Drivers Chilton and Kimball Partners Gallagher and Novo Nordisk will return to INDYCAR with Carlin DELRAY BEACH, Fla. (December 12, 2017) – Carlin is proud to announce their move into the Verizon IndyCar
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Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum Opens Two New Exhibits

The Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum is turning up the heat this winter with two new limited-run exhibits honoring some heroes of horsepower and a legendary fixture at the front of the field. Visitors to the Museum will experience Incredible Engines of the
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KEVIN WARNER JOINS RAHAL LETTERMAN LANIGAN RACING AS VICE PRESIDENT OF PARTNERSHIP MARKETING

BROWNSBURG, Ind. (December 11, 2017) – Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing (RLL) announced today that sports business veteran Kevin Warner has joined the team as vice president of partnership marketing. Warner spent the past 13 years with leading motorsports agency CSM Sport
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