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Juncos Racing Completes Road America with Rookie Alfonso Celis Jr.

Alfonso Celis Jr.’s first Verizon IndyCar Series race weekend is complete after finishing 20th in the Kohler Grand Prix at Road America. Mexican native Alfonso Celis Jr. made his official Verizon IndyCar Series debut in the No. 32 Chevrolet / Juncos Racing car, also shared by Kyle Kaiser and Rene Binder. The 21-year-old had a […]

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News from INDYCAR: ‘What They’re Saying’ from KOHLER Grand Prix

JOSEF NEWGARDEN (No. 1 Verizon Team Penske Chevrolet): “What a day. I don’t know what to say, I’m worn out. I was doing everything I could to keep Ryan (Hunter-Reay), I knew (Scott) Dixon was close, too, so it was a day of executing. Team Penske did a great job. Tim (Cindric, race strategist) gave me […]

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News from INDYCAR: Newgarden controls the day to win KOHLER Grand Prix at Road America

He made it look easy, but Josef Newgarden said winning the KOHLER Grand Prix was anything but that on Sunday. The reigning Verizon IndyCar Series champion led all but two laps to claim victory at the iconic Road America circuit. Driving the No. 1 Verizon Team Penske Chevrolet, Newgarden won by 3.3759 seconds over Ryan Hunter-Reay […]

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RESULTS: KOHLER Grand Prix

KOHLER Grand Prix results Click HERE to view and download the official race results of the KOHLER Grand Prix. ELKHART LAKE, Wisconsin – Results Sunday of the KOHLER Grand Prix Verizon IndyCar Series event on the 4.048-mile Road America, with order of finish, starting position in parentheses, driver, engine, laps completed and reason out (if any): 1. (1) Josef […]

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Race Report: Kohler Grand Prix

A swing and a miss. Decisions made with the best of intentions did not work out as planned which resulted in the drivers having a tough day in the cockpit. Adding to the troubles, the team chose a strategy for Tony Kanaan that to truly succeed needed a full course caution and the race ran […]

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SPENCER PIGOT EARNS ANOTHER TOP 10 IN ROAD AMERICA

SPENCER PIGOT EARNS ANOTHER TOP 10 IN ROAD AMERICA Pigot Finishes 8th; Jordan King Has Best Result of Rookie Year (ELKHART LAKE, Wis.) June 24, 2018 – Race Notes Back at the site of his first Verizon IndyCar Series Top 10 finish, Spencer Pigot earned another today at Road America with an 8th place result. […]

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Bad Luck for Claman De Melo at Road America

Dale Coyne Racing’s Zachary Claman De Melo was having a good race at the Kohler Grand Prix on Sunday when an unfortunate electrical issue with the engine caused him to lose positions and cross the finish line in 21st. After starting 17th, the #19 Paysafe driver fell to 21st in the opening laps after losing a few […]

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SOFTWARE GLITCH ROBS BOURDAIS OF POSSIBLE PODIUM FINISH AT ROAD AMERICA

Sebastien Bourdais Race Summary: A software glitch robbed Sebastien Bourdais of a possible podium finish  in the Kohler Grand Prix on the scenic Road America permanent road circuit in Elkhart Lake, WI. Bourdais, who started sixth in the No. 18 Team SealMaster – Dale Coyne Racing with Vasser-Sullivan entry, was running with, and in fact […]

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Race Report: Verizon IndyCar Series

VERIZON INDYCAR SERIES KOHLER GRAND PRIX RACE REPORT 06.24.18 After 55 laps at Elkhart Lake’s National Park of Speed, Ryan Hunter-Reay collects another podium finish for the Andretti team, driving the 28 DHL Honda to second place. The team leaves Road America with three drivers in the top 10 in points standings. The Verizon IndyCar […]

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Kohler Grand Prix at Road America

James Hinchcliffe No. 5 Arrow Electronics Schmidt Peterson Motorsports Honda “Eventful day for us. We kind of got snuck around on the start with [Will] Power having his problems; I was at the wrong place at the wrong time and lost a few spots. Ultimately we had really good pace in our first stint. We […]

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