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MILWAUKEE INDYFEST QUALIFYING REPORT

MILWAUKEE INDYFEST QUALIFYING REPORT   SHELBY BLACKSTOCK NO. 51 STARSTRUCK MAZDA Nashville native recorded 51 laps on the mile oval during today’s sole practice session; the rookie was eighth quickest with a best time of 0:25.0653 Will roll off the starting grid from the 11th position for tomorrow’s 100-mile race “I don’t know what to say really. […]

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Honda IndyCar Milwaukee Saturday Report

Honda Racing Report Saturday, July 11, 2015 ABC Supply Co. Wisconsin 250, Presented by the Metro Milwaukee Honda Dealers Circuit: The Milwaukee Mile (1.0-mile oval) West Allis, Wis. 2014 Winner: Will Power (Team Penske) 145.243 mph average Weather: Mostly cloudy, mild, 73 degrees F Top-10 Saturday Practice Results: Ps. Driver Team Manufacturer Speed 1. Josef […]

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ABC Supply Co. Wisconsin 250, Practice Report

ABC Supply Co. Wisconsin 250, Practice Report The Milwaukee IndyFest weekend kicked off today with the first practice session for tomorrow’sABC Supply Co. Wisconsin 250 presented by Metro Milwaukee Honda Dealers. With four cars on track this weekend, Andretti’s Verizon IndyCar Series team of Ryan Hunter-Reay, Carlos Muñoz, Justin Wilson and Marco Andretti came away from practice […]

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RAHAL SET THE FOURTH FASTEST TIME IN PRACTICE FOR THE ABC SUPPLY WISCONSIN 250 AT THE MILWAUKEE MILE

Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing ABC Supply Wisconsin 250 – The Milwaukee Mile Verizon IndyCar Series PRACTICE NOTES/QUOTES – Saturday, July 11, 2015 RAHAL SET THE FOURTH FASTEST TIME IN PRACTICE FOR THE ABC SUPPLY WISCONSIN 250 AT THE MILWAUKEE MILE   1st:      Josef Newgarden       21.5415 / 169.626 mph 4th:      Graham Rahal            21.7379 / […]

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CHEVY INDYCAR AT MILWAUKEE: Castroneves and Montoya Press Conf. Transcript

CHEVROLET INDYCAR THE MILWAUKEE MILE MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN AN INTERVIEW WITH TWO TEAM PENSKE TEAMMATES HELIO CASTRONEVES, NO. 3 HITACHI CHEVROLET AND JUAN PABLO MONTOYA, NO. 2 VERIZON CHEVROLET SATURDAY, JULY 11, 2015 THE MODERATOR: Juan, what are your thoughts heading into the final stretch of races? JUAN PABLO MONTOYA: To be honest with you, nothing […]

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KVRT & KVSH Racing’s Milwaukee Team Notes

STEFANO COLETTI NO. 4 KV RACING TECHNOLOGY CHEVROLET/DALLARA/FIRESTONE ABC Supply Co. Inc. Wisconsin 250 – July 11-12, 2015 “I’m excited to go to Milwaukee and race on another oval. We had a good result in Fontana two weeks ago and I am getting used to ovals with every lap I do. Its a big learning […]

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Milwaukee Saturday – Indy Lights Qualifying and End of the Day!

By Patrick Stephan and Steve Wittich Indy Lights presented by Cooper Tires qualifying saw Scott Anderson return from his practice crash to run a respectable lap of 147.568mph, good enough for 8th.  Not bad considering he ran one hard lap in the first practice and he spun and hit the wall then. For the second...

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Milwaukee Verizon IndyCar Series Practice Notes – 6:45pm

By Patrick Stephan Seven minutes in to the Verizon IndyCar Series practice we got our first yellow for a track inspection, with Josef Newgarden the early leader on the time sheet at 21.8923 seconds (166.908 miles per hour) although he had only turned 5 laps, and most of the field had not done much more than their...

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Milwaukee Indy Lights Practice Notes and Timesheet

By Patrick Stephan The first on track action of the day came with the 4:00pm start of the Indy Lights practice session.  The entry list here features just 11 cars – sadly – this is a great venue for them.  Scott Anderson waited a bit before heading out, and then on his fifth lap, he […]

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Milwaukee Mile Saturday 3:25pm

By Steve Wittich and Patrick Stephan First, there appears to have been a technical glitch with Steve’s opening post of the day, with some of you potentially not receiving the info.  So, we’ll send it again, sorry if that part appears twice.  Please note though that we’ve added to this now, so there is more...

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