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American Santino Ferrucci to Race Paysafe car in Detroit

Dale Coyne Racing and Paysafe are pleased to announce that 19 year old American racer Santino Ferrucci will be making his Verizon IndyCar Series debut with the team in June as he takes over the wheel of the #19 Paysafe car for the Dual in Detroit doubleheader weekend at The Raceway at Belle Isle Park June […]

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Indianapolis 500 practice – 2018 – Thursday – 4:00 PM – more practice notes, time sheet, and updates on Pietro Fittipaldi and Dale Coyne’s No. 19 car

By Tony DiZinno and Steve Wittich A couple car name notes that are updated: Oriol Servia’s No. 64 Honda is now the Scuderia Corsa/Manitowoc car, and Zach Veach’s unmistakable bright yellow and orange No. 26 Honda is the Relay Group One Thousand One car for Andretti Autosport. Shortly after Steve sent the last update, we...

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Claman De Melo to Replace Injured Fittipaldi at INDYCAR Grand Prix

Claman De Melo to Replace Injured Fittipaldi at INDYCAR Grand Prix Indianapolis, IN (May 10, 2018) –  Zachary Claman De Melo will be returning behind the wheel of the #19 Paysafe car sooner than initially planned. The Canadian will be piloting the Dale Coyne Racing entry at this weekend’s INDYCAR Grand Prix, replacing the injured […]

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Claman De Melo Gains Experience in Long Beach

Claman De Melo Gains Experience in Long Beach Long Beach, CA (April 15, 2018) –  Zachary Claman De Melo was on his way to his best Verizon IndyCar Series finish when his race came to an abrupt end on Lap 59 after hitting the Turn 9 wall. The Dale Coyne Racing Rookie was classified 23rd […]

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Fittipaldi Set to Make IndyCar Debut in Phoenix

Phoenix, AZ (April 5, 2018) –  The Fittipaldi name is returning to Indy car racing this weekend with Pietro Fittipaldi making his Verizon IndyCar Series debut aboard DCR’s #19 The Paysafe Car entry at the Phoenix Grand Prix at ISM Raceway April 6 – 7. Fittipaldi, who is the grandson of two-time Formula 1 World […]

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Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg – Monday – final-final – 5,500 more words on an epic opening weekend of IndyCar and MRTI action

By Tony DiZinno, Patrick Stephan and Steve Wittich Phew, that season opener sure gave us a lot to talk about after the race had ended. And, there were a number topics we didn’t even cover. How the UAK18 performed – well. Who were the pleasant surprises – Robert Wickens and Schmidt Peterson Motorsports. Who had...

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Claman DeMelo Eager to Kick Off Season in St. Petersburg

Plainfield, IL (March 7, 2018) – Dale Coyne Racing’s Zach Claman DeMelo is kicking off the 2018 Verizon IndyCar Series season this weekend aboard the #19 Paysafe Car at the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg. Claman DeMelo who is sharing driving duties of the team’s #19 machine with Pietro Fittipaldi this season will be...

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Valpak Joins Dale Coyne Racing with Vasser-Sullivan for 2018 Season

St. Petersburg, FL – (March 8, 2018) – Dale Coyne Racing with Vasser-Sullivan is pleased to welcome St. Petersburg, FL-based Valpak, one of the leading direct marketing companies in the U.S. and Canada, to the team. The new partner will be featured on the #18 Team SealMaster entry piloted by fellow St. Petersburg resident, Sebastien...

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Dale Coyne Racing with Thom Burns Racing Announce USAF, Conor Daly Indianapolis 500 Entry

Dale Coyne Racing with Thom Burns Racing Announce USAF, Conor Daly Indianapolis 500 Entry Plainfield, IL – (March 6, 2018) – Dale Coyne Racing announced today that it will be running an entry for American driver Conor Daly at this year’s Indianapolis 500 in a joint entry with Thom Burns Racing, along with a partnership...

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TSO’s 2018 Dale Coyne Racing preview

Quick note: As you may have noticed, Tony DiZinno is helping us with our team-by-team previews. Even better news? “TDZ” will be joining TSO at select races, including the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg, where we will have a three-pronged attack of Tony, Patrick, and Steve. As a subscriber, you are our best marketing...

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