Previewing the 2019 INDYCAR Classic at Circuit of The Americas

By Steve Wittich Welcome to our coverage of the INDYCAR Classic from Circuit of The Americas. I (Steve) love these new events and can't wait to see how things unfold this weekend. Basics and a little strategy The INDYCAR Classic is scheduled for
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Ferrucci Carrying Momentum to Circuit of the Americas after Strong Season Debut

Ferrucci Carrying Momentum to Circuit of the Americas after Strong Season Debut Austin, Texas (March 21, 2019) – Dale Coyne Racing’s Santino Ferrucci is carrying momentum from his strong performance at the season-opening race earlier this month into this weekend’s INDYCAR Classic
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Bourdais Pre Race Notes COTA

SEBASTIEN BOURDAIS NO.18 TEAM SEALMASTER – DALE COYNE RACING WITH VASSER-SULLIVAN HONDA/DALLARA/FIRESTONE INDYCAR Classic – Circuit of the Americas - March 22-24, 2019   Sebastien Bourdais Summary: Sebastien Bourdais, will drive the No. 18 Team SealMaster – Dale Coyne Racing w/ Vasser – Sullivan Honda/Dallara/Firestone entry
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PHOTO (L-R): Lionel Smith (Local 1309), Daniel Turner (Local 1309), Dennis Branes (Local 1309), Walter Corona (Local 1309), Andrew Mayorga (Local 1309 Rep), Alex LaFarga (Local 1309 Rep), Steve Mendoza (Local 1309 Rep), Tyrone Ash (Local 1309) and Anthony
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CHEVROLET RACING IN NTT INDYCAR SERIES INDYCAR CLASSIC CIRCUIT OF THE AMERICAS AUSTIN, TEXAS TEAM CHEVY ADVANCE MARCH 21, 2019 Chevrolet seeks to continue momentum in Texas ·       NTT IndyCar Series visits COTA for the first time ᴏ Contest on the 20-turn Circuit of the Americas track ·       Team
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TIRE TRACKER: CIRCUIT OF THE AMERICAS Firestone is supplying more than 1,500 race tires for the INDYCAR CLASSIC Primary: 7 sets per entry* Alternate: 4 sets per entry Rain: 5 sets per entry *Does not include rookie set ENGINEER'S NOTE "Our Firestone Race Tire Engineering team tested at Circuit of
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Medical update on NTT IndyCar Series driver Ed Jones

AUSTIN, Texas (Thursday, March 21, 2019) - NTT IndyCar Series driver Ed Jones has been cleared to drive in the INDYCAR Classic at Circuit of The Americas following a re-examination by Dr. Geoffrey Billows, INDYCAR medical director. Jones sustained a small non-displaced
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Danica Patrick, one of motorsports’ most popular figures, will join NBC Sports’ inaugural coverage of the Indianapolis 500 presented by Gainbridge when drivers start their engines for the 103rd iteration of the race on Sunday, May 26. This year marks
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Notes & Quotes: INDYCAR Classic

Notes & Quotes: INDYCAR Classic March 19, 2019  Team President LARRY FOYT opines on spending summers on Lake Travis, the challenges facing his team this season and racing at the Circuit of the Americas (COTA). We asked him a few questions… Q: The
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Brickyard Crossing Opens Wednesday, March 20 with ‘Pay The Temp’ Promotion

INDIANAPOLIS, Tuesday, March 19, 2019 - The 2019 season at Brickyard Crossing Golf Course will start when the course opens Wednesday, March 20 with a fun greens fees special that continues through March. The popular "Pay the Temp" promotion returns Wednesday
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