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INDYCAR Mandates Structural Upgrades to Manufacturers’ Bodywork Components

INDYCAR Mandates Structural Upgrades to Manufacturers’ Bodywork Components INDIANAPOLIS (Thursday, April 9, 2015) – INDYCAR announced it has mandated structural upgrades to strengthen designated Honda and Chevrolet bodywork components in advance of this weekend’s inaugural race at NOLA Motorsports Park in Avondale, La. The modifications include the addition of components that will improve the overall […]

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Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Panasonic Dial Up Fans’ Race Day Experience

New high-definition LED networked video boards are significantly larger and twice as bright; digital displays offer spectators unimpeded view of on-track action INDIANAPOLIS, April 9, 2015 – Indianapolis Motor Speedway fans will now be able to experience the high-intensity, heart-pounding excitement of events up close and personal, courtesy of 20 newly installed networked high-definition (HD) […]

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Grand Prix of Louisiana Previews from Joe, Dave, and Steve

By Joe Berkemeier, Dave Reininger and Steve Wittich  (with Patrick playing editor). First a bit of an update from Patrick.  We heard about the penalties to Chevy earlier this week for their engine updates post St. Pete.   Those penalties were right in line with what was called for in the rule book and it...

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General Update for 4-7-15 and Max Hanratty’s Debut Blog Posting

By Patrick Stephan of TrackSideOnline.com presented by Honda Racing/HPD Running low on time, but need to get a couple notes out (though upon further review, this won’t be short 🙂  ). First, last Friday, Indiana Governor Mike Pence signed an updated Religious Freedom Restoration Act, hoping to stem the wave of negativity being tossed toward...

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Chip Ganassi Racing Teams Confirms Sage Karam for NOLA Motorsports Park

COMFORT REVOLUTION and Big Machine Records to Partner on No. 8 Chevrolet INDIANAPOLIS (April 7, 2015) – Chip Ganassi Racing Teams (CGRT) announced today that development driver Sage Karam will join the team’s Verizon IndyCar Series lineup in the No. 8 Chevrolet for the second race of the series at the Indy Grand Prix of […]

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INDY GRAND PRIX OF LOUISIANA FAST FACTS

INDY GRAND PRIX OF LOUISIANA FAST FACTS Track: 2.74-mile, 13-turn road course (clockwise) Race distance: 75 laps / 205.5 miles Entry List:  Indy Grand Prix of Louisiana (PDF) Push-to-pass parameters: 10 activations for 20 seconds each Firestone tire allotment: Eight sets primary, three sets alternate Twitter: @GPofNOLA, @IndyCar, #GPofNOLA, #IndyCar Event website: www.gpofnola.com INDYCAR website: […]

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Schmidt Peterson Motorsports Pre-Race Notes & Quotes: Indy Grand Prix of Louisiana

Race Fast Facts Verizon IndyCar Series drivers: James Hinchcliffe (No. 5), James Jakes (No. 7) Event title: Indy Grand Prix of Louisiana Location: NOLA Motorsports Park Track: 13-turn, 2.67-mile permanent road course in Avondale, Louisiana 2015 event counter: The Indy Grand Prix of Louisiana is the 2nd race (of 16) for the Verizon IndyCar Series […]

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Louisiana Based Oil Field Rental Tool Company Variable Bore Rams, Inc. to be Primary Sponsor of Stefano Coletti at Indy Grand Prix of Louisiana

Louisiana Based Oil Field Rental Tool Company Variable Bore Rams, Inc. to be Primary Sponsor of Stefano Coletti at Indy Grand Prix of Louisiana INDIANAPOLIS, IN – April 7, 2015 – KV Racing Technology announced today that local Louisiana based oil field rental tool company, Variable Bore Rams, Inc. (VBR) will be the primary sponsor […]

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PREFERRED FREEZER JOINS WITH CFH RACING TO ENTER JR HILDEBRAND IN THE INDIANAPOLIS 500

SOURCE:  CFH Racing Hildebrand Will Also Compete In The Angie’s List Grand Prix of Indianapolis (SPEEDWAY, Ind.) April 7, 2015 – CFH Racing announced today that Preferred Freezer Services will be partnering with the team to field a third entry in both Verizon IndyCar Series events at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway for JR Hildebrand. Hildebrand will drive...

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