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Afterburner Autosport Motivated By Off-Season Testing

Winning team runs US Rotax scholarship karters and Skip Barber Shootout champion MINNEAPOLIS, MN (December 21, 2015) – Afterburner Autosports, a race winning team in the Cooper Tires USF2000 Powered by Mazda championship for the last three years, kicked off their push for the 2016 season with a number of successful test days where they...

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Texas – Saturday – Close

By Joe Berkemeier Gotta admit it was definitely cool at the start of the race to see James Hinchcliffe give the command to start engines. But it’ll be even cooler to see him back at the track and hopefully back in his Schmidt Peterson Motorsports car really quick. For those who missed it, well, he...

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Texas – Race Spoiler

By Joe Berkemeier The first attempt at a start was waived off because the back of the field was not even close to packed up. Will Power took the lead on the start but Simon Pagenaud, who had started second, took the lead on Lap 7. The cars got reasonably strung out, Tony Kanaan and...

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Texas – Saturday – 6:35pm

By Joe Berkemeier A few more notes as we get ready for the race to start shortly… Dario Franchitti has been a constant presence in the IndyCar paddock since his forced retirement, and has been at many of the races assisting Target Chip Ganassi Racing and “coaching” Sage Karam and Charlie Kimball on pit lane....

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Texas – Saturday – 4:30pm

By Joe Berkemeier Hello from the Texas Motor Speedway, where it’s HOT and preparations for tonight’s Firestone 600 are underway. The teams are beginning to put their pit boxes together; they had to vacate them for last night’s NASCAR Truck race, won by Matt Crafton. Tire management will be a key for tonight’s race and...

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Firestone Racing Notes – Chevrolet Dual in Detroit

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Global Superstar Taylor Swift to Adorn Kanaan’s Car at Doubleheader in Detroit

Seven-Time GRAMMY Winner Taylor Swift Performing in Detroit during Belle Isle Doubleheader INDIANAPOLIS (May, 28, 2015) – Chip Ganassi Racing Teams (CGRT) announced today that Verizon IndyCar Series Champion and Indianapolis 500 Winner Tony Kanaan will drive the No. 10 Taylor Swift, Big Machine Records car at the Detroit Belle Isle Grand Prix. The car […]

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Andretti Leads Honda Effort in Monday’s Indianapolis 500 Practice

* Four Honda drivers in top-10 positions * Qualifying set for May 17-18, 99th running of the Indianapolis 500 on Sunday, May 24 As he did in the May 3 “Opening Day” test session, Marco Andretti led the way for Honda and his Andretti Autosport team in practice Monday at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in […]

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Rahal 15th & Servia 18th; Opening Day of Practice for the Indy 500 Was Delayed by Rain But Later Commenced in Windy Conditions

Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing Indianapolis 500 – Indianapolis Motor Speedway Verizon IndyCar Series PRACTICE NOTES/QUOTES – Monday, May 11, 2015 OPENING DAY OF PRACTICE FOR THE INDIANAPOLIS 500 WAS DELAYED BY RAIN BUT LATER COMMENCED IN WINDY CONDITIONS 1) Sage Karam 225.802 mph 41 laps 15) Graham Rahal 223.582 mph 77 laps 18) Oriol Servia […]

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Townsend Bell Returns To IndyCar Cockpit for 1st Time in a Year, Hits 223.6 in Indy 500 Opening Practice Day

Townsend Bell Posts 223.637 MPH in his 1st IndyCar Run Since last May for 14th Fastest Monday in Indy 500 Practice Regular IndyCar Series TV Analyst Jumps Back into Robert Graham Special Quickly SPEEDWAY, Ind. (May 11, 2015) – From the smile on Townsend Bell’s face Monday, you could tell the veteran driver of the […]

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