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A.J. Foyt Racing – Race Report: Long Beach

LONG BEACH, Calif. – Carlos Munoz recorded his first top-10 finish for the ABC Supply team with his seventh place finish in the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach Sundayafternoon on the 1.968-mile temporary street circuit in the port city. Munoz, who started 14th in the No. 14 ABC Supply Chevrolet, moved into the top […]

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A.J. Foyt Racing – Testing Report: Phoenix Open Test

Testing Report: Phoenix Open Test PHOENIX (Feb. 12, 2017)—The Verizon IndyCar Series teams left the Open Test at Phoenix International Raceway either frustrated or happy after the two day session. Fortunately for A.J. Foyt’s ABC Supply Racing team, they were in the latter camp. “Overall with everybody being new, working with each other and learning […]

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AJ Foyt Racing To Use Chevrolets in 2017

TSO Notes and thoughts (Steve): As noted in the release below, the last time A.J. Foyt Racing ran a bow-tie powered entry was for a few races during the 2005 Indy Racing League season. The lone time an A.J. Foyt Racing entry won a race while sporting the bow-tie was in 2002 when Airton Daré...

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Carlos Munoz and Conor Daly Join AJ Foyt Racing

Carlos Munoz and Conor Daly Join AJ Foyt Racing ABC Supply continues to sponsor the team through 2018   WALLER, Texas Nov. 15, 2016—The times they are a changin’ at AJ Foyt Racing. Two young drivers, Carlos Munoz and Conor Daly, have been hired to drive the No. 14 and No. 4 (not 41) ABC Supply Dallaras […]

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What They’re Saying. Race. Sonoma Raceway

VERIZON INDYCAR SERIES GOPRO GRAND PRIX WHAT THEY’RE SAYING – RACE The final checkered flag of 2016 Verizon IndyCar Series competition was waved over the 12-Turn circuit of Sonoma Raceway this evening. Ryan Hunter-Reay started today’s event from the sixth position and made his way up to fourth in time to cross the finish line. […]

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Andretti Autosport – What They’re Saying. Race. Watkins Glen

VERIZON INDYCAR SERIES INDYCAR GRAND PRIX AT THE GLEN WHAT THEY’RE SAYING – RACE DAY The Verizon IndyCar Series return to Watkins Glen is official with the checkered flag of today’s 60-lap race. Series rookie Alexander Rossi led his teammates to the finish line with an eighth-place result, his sixth top 10 of the season. […]

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Andretti Autosport – What They’re Saying. Qualifying. Watkins Glen

VERIZON INDYCAR SERIES INDYCAR GRAND PRIX AT THE GLEN WHAT THEY’RE SAYING – QUALIFYING SPOILER ALERT: This Qualifying Report covers Verizon IndyCar Series Qualifying from the INDYCAR Grand Prix at Watkins Glen. While the qualifying session took place this afternoon, coverage will be broadcast by NBC Sports Network at 6 p.m. Eastern. If you are […]

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Andretti Autosport – What They’re Saying. Practice. Watkins Glen.

The Verizon IndyCar Series returns to New York’s Watkins Glen International for the 10th Indy car race held at the scenic 3.37-mile road course, and the first since 2010. Today’s track action included two practice sessions each for both the Verizon IndyCar Series and the Indy Lights Presented by Cooper Tires championship. Both series will […]

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Andretti Autosport. The Glen Preview.

WHAT THEY’RE SAYING. VERIZON INDYCAR SERIES INDY LIGHTS PRESENTED BY COOPER TIRES NOTES. Sunday’s green flag at the INDYCAR Grand Prix at The Glen marks the 200th career Indy car start for previous Watkins Glen International victor, Ryan Hunter-Reay. Carlos Muñoz and his No. 26 Machine will wear the vibrant red of hhgregg for the remaining two races […]

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Andretti Autosport – Verizon IndyCar Series.Pocono Preview

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