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Notes & Quotes: Chevrolet Detroit GP

A.J. Foyt’s ABC Supply team switched to Chevrolet this season with 25-year-old drivers Carlos Munoz (No. 14) and Conor Daly (No. 4). Munoz finished 10th and Daly 30th in the Indianapolis 500. CARLOS MUNOZ: “Moving on from Indy to road courses makes for a really challenging week because everyone is really tired–the mechanics, engineers and […]

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Day 2 Qualifying Report: Indianapolis 500

INDIANAPOLIS May 21—The final round of qualifying for the 101st Running of the Indianapolis 500 took place Sunday at the 2.5-mile Indianapolis Motor Speedway after a 35-minute practice session which allowed teams to put finishing touches on their cars before embarking on their 10-mile qualifying run. Drivers were allowed one qualifying run to determine their position […]

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Gateway Motorsports Park Open Test – Conor Daly leads in a session shortened due to track issues

The Verizon IndyCar Series open test at Gateway Motorsports Park came to an end just over an hour early, after INDYCAR officials and team owners made the decision not to continue the test after issues arose with the track surface on the 1.25-mile oval. The statement issued by Gateway Motorsports Park and INDYCAR regarding the...

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Gateway Motorsports Park Open Test – first practice session recap and results – 3:45pm

A.J. Foyt Racing’s Conor Daly led the morning portion of a full-field Verizon IndyCar Series open test at Gateway Motorsports Park with a lap at 173.714 mph. The three hour session was interrupted on numerous occasions, including one yellow flag for an incident with J.R. Hildebrand in Turn 2, and numerous yellow flags for tracks...

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A.J. Foyt Racing Race Report: Phoenix Grand Prix

PHOENIX – The ABC Supply team can take away some positives from Saturday night’s Desert Diamond Phoenix Grand Prix at Phoenix International Raceway: Carlos Munoz claimed his second Top-10 finish in four starts and Conor Daly was charging his way through the field before a shift line burned up his chances at a top-8 finish. Munoz, […]

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A.J. Foyt Racing qualifying report: Desert Diamond West Valley Phoenix Grand Prix

Qualifying Report: Desert Diamond West Valley Phoenix Grand Prix PHOENIX—With difficult conditions in practice – 40mph gusty winds and sand blowing on the one mile Phoenix International Raceway oval—the ABC Supply team took a conservative approach to tonight’s qualifying session. As it turned out, it may have been too conservative. Carlos Munoz and Conor Daly […]

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Foyt Racing Notes: Desert Diamond West Valley Phoenix Grand Prix

CARLOS MUNOZ (#14) ON:   Phoenix International Raceway: “Phoenix is a nice track. It is really [track] positon dependent, so hopefully the Chevy package will be competitive there and the team as well.” On the Open Test: “The Phoenix Open Test was our first day working together as a team with the Chevy aero kit […]

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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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