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Monday May 11, 2015 – Indianapolis 500 practice day – 4pm – rain, rain go away update

Verizon IndyCar Series officials just announced that practice is anticipated to begin at 4:15pm and cars are being towed to pit-lane. —————— The first reaction from Stefano Coletti on his first oval experience can be deemed “not safe for work”: https://twitter.com/stefanocoletti/status/597835022876483584 If you want to hear a drivers thoughts during ROP check out James Black’s...

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Monday May 11, 2015 – Indianapolis 500 practice day – 1:30pm – ROP and refresher update

Boy was I wrong.  It’s a good thing I’m not a weatherman.  I was positive when I left the house at 8am this morning that it was going to be raining when I got to the track.  Heck, I even thought it we wouldn’t get the day started when I sent out the first update...

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Monday May 11, 2015 – Indianapolis 500 practice day – daily open

By Steve Wittich Good morning from Indianapolis Motor Speedway (IMS), where unfortunately the radar shows that rain is imminent.   I (Steve) will be providing you with practice updates this week. The schedule today calls for Verizon IndyCar Series Rookie Orientation Practice and Refresher tests from noon to 1 p.m. and an IndyCar all-skate from...

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Mazda Road To Indy update – end of day testing notes

More on Scott Hargrove TSO had a chance to chat with Scott Hargrove and he just got the call to drive for JDC Motorsports yesterday and didn’t arrive in Indianapolis until last night.  There was no time to make a seat, so he’s using a seat from fellow Canadian Stefan Rzadzinski. ————— Dusty track We […]

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Mazda Road To Indy update – halfway through testing

Class Photo The entire Mazda Road To Indy field took to the front straight at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway this morning for a “class photo.”  At the head of the field were the soul red Mazda sponsored cars of the three Mazda Motorsports scholarship winners: The No. 80 Cooper Tires USF2000 powered by Mazda car […]

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Quick Angie’s List Grand Prix of Indianapolis entry list update.

The Angie’s List Grand Prix of Indianapolis entry list was released yesterday with two TBA’s listed for the Dale Coyne Racing No. 18 and No. 19.  Fracesco Dracone will remain in the No. 19 for the fifth straight race and Carlos Huertas will return to the No. 18 after missing the races at Long Beach and Barber....

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Angie’s List Grand Prix of Indianapolis – Mazda Road To Indy preview

Last year the Mazda Road To Indy races at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway produced five brand new winners from the the six races. Luiz Razia (Indy Lights), Matthew Brabham (Indy Lights), Scott Hargrove (Pro Mazda), Will Owen (USF2000) and Adrian Starrantino (USF2000) were all first time winners on the 2.439-mile, 14-Turn road course in Speedway, […]

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Mazda Road To Indy update – Friday May 1st – Wrapping up Barber (video and penalties) and other news

Barber Breakdown There was some outstanding racing in all three Mazda Road To Indy series at Barber Motorsports Park.  The points leader in the Indy Lights presented by Cooper Tire championship changed hands as double winner Spencer Pigot was able to overhaul Carlin racing rookie Ed Jones.  Meanwhile, Neil Alberico (Pro Mazda) and Jake Eidson […]

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MRTI Blog – Aaron Telitz – Chalk one up in the “W” column

Chalk One up in the “W” Column Birchwood, Wis. (April 29, 2015) – Hey everybody! Back at the keyboard again today after an awesome weekend in Alabama. Barber Motorsports Park is one of the most fun tracks to drive I’ve ever been to. It flows so well you don’t realize you’re actually just zig-zagging back and […]

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MRTI Blog – Neil Alberico – A special celebration with my racing family

Please welcome our newest Mazda Road To Indy blogger, Neil Alberico.  Alberico is a 22 year-old Redlands, California racer who is currently leading the Pro Mazda championship while piloting the Rising Star Racing/Mobe sponsored race car for Cape Motorsports with /WTR.  He is also part of Rising Star Racing, along with Verizon IndyCar Series driver […]

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