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Serralles Takes Victory Honors at Milwaukee

Belardi Auto Racing Squad Scores Two Podiums in Home Race West Allis, Wis. – Passing on the slick and tricky Milwaukee Mile is supposed to be difficult, but don’t tell Grand Prix of Milwaukee winner Felix Serralles that. The Belardi Auto Racing rookie started his second Indy Lights Presented by Cooper Tire oval race from […]

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HPD Racing Report – TUDOR United SportsCar Championship Mobil 1 SportsCar Grand Prix

  Sunday, July 12, 2015 Circuit: Canadian Tire Motorsports Park (2.459-mile road course), Bowmanville, Ont., Canada 2014 Winner: Gustavo Yacaman / Olivier Pla (OAK Racing Morgan Nissan) Weather: Mostly sunny, warm, humid, 87 degrees F Honda, Michael Shank Racing Finish Third in Canada Honda-powered team scores third podium finish of 2015 Second podium result in […]

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Milwaukee Sunday Notes and Quotes

Bourdais Ties Unser Jr. on All-Time Win List with ABC Supply Milwaukee 250 Victory WEST ALLIS, Wis. (July 12, 2015) – Sebastien Bourdais collected his fifth Indy car victory on an oval – his first since winning at The Milwaukee Mile in 2006 – and 34th win overall by dominating the second half of the […]

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Mazda Road to Indy Race Report: Milwaukee IndyFest

  SHELBY BLACKSTOCK NO. 51 STARSTRUCK MAZDA   2014 Milwaukee IndyFest podium finisher (Pro Mazda, third place) recorded an 11th-place finish for today’s 100-mile race The 25-year-old returns to the track next weekend alongside the Verizon IndyCar Series and the Pro Mazda Championship at Iowa Speedway “The car just had too much understeer today for the […]

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Milwaukee Sunday Final

By Patrick Stephan and Steve Wittich Sorry this is a little late – thanks for reading! First, just a couple notes on the attendance, etc. I (Patrick) came in to this weekend with low expectations and frankly was just hoping for a clean weekend – nothing more. By clean I mean no rain, nothing crazy,...

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Milwaukee IndyCar Series SPOILER!!

By Patrick Stephan and Steve Wittich From INDYCAR: ABC SUPPLY WISCONSIN 250 RACE SPECIFICS • The race distance is 250 laps, 253.75 miles on 1.015-mile oval. • This is the 113th Indy car race at The Milwaukee Mile; the first race was held in 1939. • The green flag to start the race will be...

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Indy Lights Milwaukee Post Race Report and Other Notes

By Patrick Stephan and Steve Wittich Took another wander around the infield, and again I think Andretti Promotions has done a nice job with attempting to create some atmosphere and things to do here. After the Indy Lights race (see below) we had some vintage cars take laps, then we also got a good old...

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Indy Lights Milwaukee Grand Prix Post Race Press Conference Audio

Click to listen to the audio from the Indy Lights Post Race Press Conference Quick Results from the Indy Lights presented Cooper Tires Grand Prix of Milwaukee Pos Car# Name             Laps       Team 1 4 Felix Serralles          100          Belardi […]

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Indy Lights presented Cooper Tires Grand Prix of Milwaukee Post Race Press Conference

Click to listen to the audio from the Indy Lights Post Race Press Conference Quick Results from the Indy Lights presented Cooper Tires Grand Prix of Milwaukee Pos Car# Name             Laps       Team 1 4 Felix Serralles          100          Belardi […]

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Milwaukee IndyCar Series Qualifying

By Patrick Stephan and Steve Wittich Forgot to send the social report – which will be brief since we didn’t do much.  Steve and I were pretty much the last folks out of the media center yesterday, leaving the track around 8:40pm.  On Steve’s suggestion, we went over to Kopp’s for Jumbo Burgers and Frozen...

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