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JUSTIN WILSON TO RUN NO. 25 HONDA FOR TWO INDIANAPOLIS INDYCAR RACES

WILSON JOINS ANDRETTI AUTOSPORT FOR PARTIAL INDYCAR SEASON SOURCE: Andretti PR ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (March 27, 2015) – Andretti Autosport confirmed today that Justin Wilson will join its Verizon IndyCar Series program for part of the 2015 season. The 36-year-old veteran driver will pilot the No. 25 Honda for the Grand Prix of Indianapolis as…

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Here are this morning’s MRTI Practice Session Reports

  Quick note from USF2000 Practice which took place on a damp but mostly dry race track.  The USF2000 drivers got to be the first on the St. Pete track, meaning they got to deal with some wet spots and just an overall green raceway. There was one red flag as Keyvan Andres Soori was…

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Indy Lights St. Pete Practice 1 Time Sheet

By Patrick Stephan Ed Jones took to a slick and slightly damp track and paced the Indy Lights presented by Cooper Tires field with a time of 1:07.140.  The key thing most were watching for in this session were to see how the new car performed. Well, from strictly a time sheet standpoint, it seemed…

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Welcome to TSO’s Coverage from St. Pete – Friday 9:45am

By Patrick Stephan Welcome to the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg.  First, I can’t stress how nice it is to be at a race track – FINALLY!!  This is my first event of the season, having not been able to attend any of the preseason testing thanks to some commitments at my “real” job….

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Dave’s St. Pete Preview – News, Notes, and Things to Do!

The 2015 Verizon IndyCar Series kicks off this weekend with the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg. The race, which is 110 laps, will be run on the 1.8-mile, 14 turn circuit comprised of Runway 25 at Albert Whitted Airport and the city streets of St. Petersburg. Joining the IndyCar Series are the Indy Lights…

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Barber Motorsports Park spring training – Tuesday close

The Team Penske duo of Juan Montoya and Helio Castroneves were the first to take to the track for the afternoon session. With two hours left to go in the session the top five times were held by: Sebastien Bourdais, Helio Castroneves, James Hinchcliffe, Will Power and Takuma Sato. With one hour left to go…

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Barber Motorsports Park spring training – mid-day update

The track went green at 10am (central) and Juan Montoya was the first car out on track. Testing is a great time to get your on-track set-up dialed in, but it is also important for the crews to get their pit stop timing down.  The No. 22 Team Penske crew of Simon Pagenaud spent the…

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Barber Motorsports Park spring testing – Tuesday open

Good morning from third floor of the Barber Motorsports Park tower where the sun is coming up and the weather forecast is a carbon copy of yesterday, which means I’m certainly not going to complain.  According to the fine folks at Firestone Racing the high yesterday was 82F and the highest track temperature recorded was…

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Barber Motorsports Park spring training – Monday close

As teams worked to tune in their new aero-kits, they turned a total of 1189 laps during the two sessions at Barber Motorsports Park. The last 10 minutes of practice were highly entertaining as Will Power, Simon Pagenaud, and Scott Dixon traded quickest laps as the No. 9 target car ended the session on top…

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Barber Motorsports Park spring testing – mid-day update

The first official test for of the aero kit era began in earnest this morning at Barber Motorsports Park, although the morning session saw a reduced number of laps turned.  Each driver/car was allocated six sets of tires and some teams limited their drivers track time.  Expect to see more laps turned in the remaining…

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