Motorsports Executive Scott Harner Joins AJ Foyt Racing

WALLER, Texas-Motorsports executive Scott Harner has joined AJ Foyt Racing as vice-president of operations. He will be based in the team’s Speedway, Indiana race shop. “I'm thrilled to have Scott joining AJ Foyt Racing,” said Team President Larry Foyt. “He brings
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MIKE TIRICO TO HOST NBC SPORTS’ INAUGURAL COVERAGE OF INDIANAPOLIS 500

MIKE TIRICO TO HOST NBC SPORTS’ INAUGURAL COVERAGE OF INDIANAPOLIS 500 100 Days Until 103rd Indianapolis 500 Presented by Gainbridge NBC to Broadcast Indy 500 for First Time Ever on May 26 STAMFORD, Conn. – Feb. 15, 2019 – With 100 days until
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Spring Training whets appetites for NTT IndyCar Series season to begin

AUSTIN, Texas (Wednesday, Feb. 13, 2019) - If 11 hours and more than 8,000 miles of on-track testing over two days showed anything, it's that the NTT IndyCar Series fits in marvelously at the sparkling Circuit of The Americas and
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NTT IndyCar Series testing at COTA – close with a combined timesheet, notes, notable performance and thoughts

By Steve Wittich Patrick is on a plane back to Denver, so you are stuck with a close from Steve tonight. First up the combined timesheet from the two days of NTT IndyCar Series testing from the Circuit of The Americas.
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COTA Open Test Final Session Notes and Timesheet!

By Patrick Stephan As often happens in these test sessions, the green flag waved for the afternoon session promptly at 1:00pm, but there were initially no takers.  The temperature here was a cold 60 ambient with the track at 76 as
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COTA Open Test Session One Notes and Timesheet

By Patrick Stephan Well, a lot more action today as we had a total of three red flags slow the action and earn some drivers 5 minute time-outs here on the second day of testing at Circuit of the Americas. The
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Welcome to Day 2 of the COTA Open Test 10:05am

By Patrick Stephan Well today dawned a little colder and less hospitable than I expected. Got to the rental car around 7:15am and found it covered in a nice layer of frost. Got inside to warm up the car and find
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COTA Open Test End of Day 1 Notes!

By Patrick Stephan Ok, back at the hotel finishing up for the day. Grabbed some BBQ from a drive thru near the hotel in Bastrop. I am NOT familiar with this area, and this is my first time in Austin, so
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COTA Open Test Update 6:10pm

By Patrick Stephan Mattheus Leist spun at the exit of Turn 1, around 65 minutes in to the session. He was able to get it pointed the right direction and continued down the hill toward Turn 2. 79 minutes in to the
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COTA Open Test Update 3:30pm

By Patrick Stephan The "lunch break" wasn't really much of a break today. The first driver in to the media center interview room was Conor Daly who came in along with Major Ross McKnight, the National Events Branch Chief, Air Force
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