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Long Beach Saturday Verizon IndyCar Series Practice Notes – 11:30am PT

By Patrick Stephan of TrackSideOnline.com presented by Honda Racing/HPD Here is more on the Moran situation. Rocky had mentioned after the incident that he had banged him thumb a little, but he thought he was ok.  Well, this morning he said that about an hour after the session his thumb had started to hurt more…

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Rocky Moran, Jr. has broken thumb – Conor Daly in the #18 Coyne car today!

By Patrick Stephan of TrackSideOnline.com presented by Honda Racing/HPD Things are changing rapidly. Conor Daly is now driving the #18 car as Rocky Moran, Jr., is out with a broken thumb. Conor was hanging around the pits yesterday, and looking for an opportunity and he has his stuff with him. Remember he ran the 2013…

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Welcome to Saturday at Long Beach – and a Blog by Aaron Telitz

By Patrick Stephan of TrackSideOnline.com presented by Honda Racing/HPD First, here is today’s schedule 8:00am – get Breakfast Burrito at King Taco stand inside track: Oh, on the track: SATURDAY, APRIL 18 9:15-9:45am – Indy Lights Practice 10:00-10:45am – Verizon Indycar Series Practice 12:55-1:40pm – Indy Lights Qualifying 2:00-3:15pm – Verizon Indycar Series Qualifying (Firestone…

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Long Beach Friday Final

By Patrick Stephan of TrackSideOnline.com presented by Honda Racing/HPD Alrighty, lets get caught up and get this final update sent out.  I’ll move last night’s fun to the end, and get straight to the racing. During the Honda availability with Steve Eriksen we learned that they are indeed planning to have 17 entries at the…

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Indy Lights and IndyCar Practice 2 Notes

By Patrick Stephan of TrackSideOnline.com presented by Honda Racing/HPD First, here are the Indy Lights notes, and then we will cover the second Verizon IndyCar Series practice.  I have a bunch of other notes coming, and that’ll follow in a bit. Lots of pictures to put with those also. This was the time sheet for the…

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Long Beach Verizon IndyCar Series Practice #1 – The tale of missing Bunny Ears!

By Patrick Stephan of TrackSideOnline.com presented by Honda Racing/HPD Some notes from the first Verizon IndyCar Series practice.  The session ran mostly clean, with just one bit of contact that we could see (on the TV in the media center).  That was by Luca Filippi who got in to the wall in Turn 2, doing…

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Welcome to Long Beach – the super short version! Friday 11:00am

By Patrick Stephan of TrackSideOnline.com presented by Honda Racing/HPD Well, let’s get straight to the racing stuff. The internet is a bit slow here (to be polite), and making it hard to get everything put together, so I’m just hoping to get a couple quick notes out before this weekend’s Honda availability with Steve Eriksen,…

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Long Beach Notes and Dave’s Preview! Time for some sand in our shoes!

By Patrick Stephan, Joe Berkemeier, Steve Wittich and Dave Reininger First, sorry this is coming out late – real job, my four year old’s soccer practice, etc., excuses, excuses – yep, well, that’s what happened. Oddly enough, as I was putting this preview together (this is Patrick playing editor), I found some racing on TV…

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Indy Grand Prix of Louisiana Post-event Infractions

SOURCE:  IndyCar PR INDIANAPOLIS (April 15, 2015) – INDYCAR announced the following post-event infractions from the Indy Grand Prix of Louisiana, the Verizon IndyCar Series race held April 10-12 at NOLA Motorsports Park in Avondale, La. • INDYCAR officials have penalized driver Ryan Hunter-Reay of Andretti Autosport for violating Rule 9.3.3 (avoidable contact). Hunter-Reay was…

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Sage Karam and Sebastian Saavedra to Share Driving Duties for Full-Season Entry

Chip Ganassi Racing Teams Announces Plans for No. 8 Chevrolet in Verizon IndyCar Series INDIANAPOLIS (April 14, 2015) – Chip Ganassi Racing Teams (CGRT) unveiled its upcoming plans today for the No. 8 Chevrolet entry in the Verizon IndyCar Series, which includes races for both CGRT development driver Sage Karam and team newcomer Sebastian Saavedra–…

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