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Dalton Kellett moves up with Andretti Autosport, becomes first confirmed Indy Lights entry

KELLETT CONFIRMED TO ANDRETTI AUTOSPORT 2016 INDY LIGHTS EFFORT  INDIANAPOLIS (September 22, 2015) – Andretti Autosport announced today that Canadian driver Dalton Kellett will return to the team’s Mazda Road to Indy roster for the 2016 season. Kellett, who has completed two seasons in the Pro Mazda Championship, moves up the ladder to pilot the […]

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News Round-up: Wheldon Pro-Am Karting, RoboPong200, Road America Test, Wilson Auction & Travel For The Cause

If you are in the Indianapolis area, the New Castle Motorsports Park will be the place to be on Saturday and Sunday.   Steve will be there, so make sure to say hi to him if you see him. SATURDAY The 2015 edition of the Dan Wheldon Memorial Pro-Am Karting Challenge will take place this...

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Mazda Road To Indy #SoulRedFinale – Sunday – USF2000 race #2

The 2015 Mazda Road To Indy season began with Nico Jamin, Aaron Telitz and Jake Eidson sharing a podium in St. Petersburg and ends 169 days later at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca with the same three drivers sharing the podium. In fact, the terrific trio have combined to stand on a total of 40 of...

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Mazda Road To Indy #SoulRedFinale – Sunday – Pigot wins race AND $1,000,000 scholarship

Spencer Pigot went wire to wire for his sixth win in 2015, and and more importantly the climb to the top spot of the podium clinched the 2015 Indy Lights presented by Cooper Tire championship. It was the third time this year that the Orlando, Florida native won both ends of an Indy Ligths double-header....

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Mazda Road To Indy #SoulRedFinale – Sunday – Pro Mazda Race #2 report and results

Santiago Urrutia wrapped up the Mazda Motorsports advancement scholarship for winning the championship on Saturday, but there was still a lot to race for as evidenced by the march up the final points table made this weekend by Garett Grist. Grist, a 20 year-old, made a daring first lap move stick, and scored his second […]

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Mazda Road To Indy #SoulRedFinale – Sunday – Pro Mazda Race #2

Santiago Urrutia wrapped up the Mazda Motorsports advancement scholarship for winning the championship on Saturday, but there was still a lot to race for as evidenced by the march up the final points table made this weekend by Garett Grist. Grist, a 20 year-old, made a daring first lap move stick, and scored his second...

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Mazda Road To Indy #SoulRedFinale – Sunday – open, Indy Lights points possibilities and starting line-ups

Good Morning from Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca where we were treated to a spectacular sunrise. Today’s schedule features the final three Mazda Road To Indy races of the season. 11:40am-12:20pm — Pro Mazda Race 2:40pm-3:40pm — Indy Lights Race 4pm – 4:40pm – USF2000 Race The series are racing for a total of $2.3 million […]

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Mazda Road To Indy #SoulRedFinale – Sunday – open, Indy Lights points possibilities and starting line-ups

Good Morning from Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca where we were treated to a spectacular sunrise. Today’s schedule features the final three Mazda Road To Indy races of the season. 11:40am-12:20pm — Pro Mazda Race 2:40pm-3:40pm — Indy Lights Race 4pm – 4:40pm – USF2000 Race The series are racing for a total of $2.3 million...

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Mazda Road To Indy #SoulRedFinale – Saturday – Indy Lights Race #1

For the fifth time in 2015, the top of the Indy Lights points table changed hands.  Spencer Pigot won the first of two Indy Lights Grand Prix Presented by Cooper Tires and Powered by Mazda races and retook the championship lead heading to the season-ending race on Sunday. Pigot, who snagged the championship lead at...

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Mazda Road To Indy #SoulRedFinale – Saturday – Pro Mazda Race #1

Not very often in racing does the same race have two winners, but today’s Pro Mazda presented by Cooper Tire did just that.  Garett Grist won his second race of the year, but the big winner was Santiago Urrutia who clinched the championship with a second place finish and a second last DNF by his […]

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