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Mazda Road To Indy update – Friday May 1st – Wrapping up Barber (video and penalties) and other news

Barber Breakdown There was some outstanding racing in all three Mazda Road To Indy series at Barber Motorsports Park.  The points leader in the Indy Lights presented by Cooper Tire championship changed hands as double winner Spencer Pigot was able to overhaul Carlin racing rookie Ed Jones.  Meanwhile, Neil Alberico (Pro Mazda) and Jake Eidson […]

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Barber Motorsports Park Mazda Road To Indy update #8 – Sunday 7:30am – Good morning!

Good morning from Barber Motorsports Park, where there are two Mazda Road To Indy races today. The second Pro Mazda race of the weekend is set to roll off at 9am (CT) and the second Legacy Indy Lights 100 takes the checkered flag at 12:10pm (CT). ————— The fourth place finisher in the second Cooper […]

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Indy Lights presented by Cooper Tire testing at Barber Motorsports Park (and other MRTI news) – March 3rd

Juan Piedrahita was the first driver to venture out onto the damp and foggy 2.3 mile 17-turn road-course.  The day featured on and off showers (including a red flag inducing downpour around noon) and a wet track for the majority of the day. Ten different drivers representing five different teams used the day long session […]

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