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TSO Feature Blogger – J.R. Hildebrand – ““All of the pre-race stuff is finished; let’s go racing on Sunday!”

TSO would like to welcome J.R. Hildebrand as our guest blogger for the “Month of May.” The eight-time Indianapolis 500 starter is back with Dreyer & Reinbold Racing for a second year with software as a service provider Salesforce.com returning to sponsor the Sausalito, Calif. native. We’re looking forward to Hildebrand’s insight on what goes...

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TSO Feature Blogger – J.R. Hildebrand – “That was a little more drama during qualifying weekend than we wanted !!”.

TSO would like to welcome J.R. Hildebrand as our guest blogger for the “Month of May.” The eight-time Indianapolis 500 starter is back with Dreyer & Reinbold Racing for a second year with software as a service provider Salesforce.com returning to sponsor the Sausalito, Calif. native. We’re looking forward to Hildebrand’s insight on what goes […]

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TSO Feature Blogger – J.R. Hildebrand – “The first day of practice was a good, solid start towards our team’s overall Indy 500 program.”

TSO would like to welcome J.R. Hildebrand as our guest blogger for the “Month of May.” The eight-time Indianapolis 500 starter is back with Dreyer & Reinbold Racing for a second year with software as a service provider Salesforce.com returning to sponsor the Sausalito, Calif. native. We’re looking forward to Hildebrand’s insight on what goes […]

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JR HILDEBRAND RETURNS TO DREYER & REINBOLD RACING FOR 103RD INDY 500, VETERAN RACER SET TO DRIVE NO. 48 CAR IN HONOR OF DAN GURNEY

JR HILDEBRAND RETURNS TO DREYER & REINBOLD RACING FOR 103RD INDY 500, VETERAN RACER SET TO DRIVE NO. 48 CAR IN HONOR OF DAN GURNEY   2011 Indy 500 “Rookie of the Year” Teams with Karam in DRR Lineup   INDIANAPOLIS (April 22, 2018) – Dreyer & Reinbold Racing today announced its second Indianapolis 500 […]

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ED CARPENTER RACING CONCLUDES 2017 VERIZON INDYCAR SERIES SEASON AT SONOMA RACEWAY

ED CARPENTER RACING CONCLUDES 2017 VERIZON INDYCAR SERIES SEASON AT SONOMA RACEWAY Spencer Pigot Finishes 13th, JR Hildebrand Takes Checkered Flag 14th in Season Finale   SONOMA, Calif. (September 17, 2017) – Race Notes The 2017 Verizon IndyCar Series season came to an end today after 85 laps along the rolling hills of the road […]

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Iowa Corn 300 at Iowa Speedway – Saturday – IndyCar qualifying results and notes

By Steve Wittich A lot of very loose race cars, a potential incredible storyline, and improving track and a dominating final run were the key stories of qualifying for the Iowa Corn 300, but at the end of the day, it was Will Power who won the 48th pole of his career. One driver had...

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PIGOT, HILDEBRAND NARROWLY MISS OUT ON ADVANCING IN KOHLER GRAND PRIX QUALIFYING

PIGOT, HILDEBRAND NARROWLY MISS OUT ON ADVANCING IN KOHLER GRAND PRIX QUALIFYING Ed Carpenter Racing Drivers Miss Moving On To Round 2 Of Qualifications At Road America By Mere Tenths Of A Second (ELKHART LAKE, Wis.) June 24, 2017 – Qualifying Notes It was a game of tenths today in qualifications for the KOHLER Grand Prix and Ed...

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STELLAR WORK BY BOTH FUZZY’S VODKA CREWS ALLOW ED CARPENTER AND JR HILDEBRAND TO FINISH RACE AT TEXAS MOTOR SPEEDWAY.

STELLAR  WORK BY BOTH FUZZY’S VODKA CREWS ALLOW ED CARPENTER AND JR HILDEBRAND TO FINISH RACE AT TEXAS MOTOR SPEEDWAY. Team Repaired Both Cars Following Multi-Car Accident To Help Carpenter Earn 11th and Hildebrand Finish 12th (FORT WORTH, Texas) June 10, 2017 – Race Notes It looked as though the Rainguard Water Sealers 600 would come to...

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ED CARPENTER RACING PREPARED FOR THE 101ST RUNNING OF THE INDIANAPOLIS 500

ED CARPENTER RACING PREPARED FOR THE 101ST RUNNING OF THE INDIANAPOLIS 500 Final Practice Complete; Focus Shifts to Sunday’s 500-Mile Race (SPEEDWAY, Ind.) May 26, 2017 – Race Preview The next time Ed Carpenter and JR Hildebrand take to the 2.5-mile oval at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, they will be participating in the 101st running of […]

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ED CARPENTER EARNS FRONT ROW START FOR THE 101ST RUNNING OF THE INDIANAPOLIS 500

ED CARPENTER EARNS FRONT ROW START FOR THE 101ST RUNNING OF THE INDIANAPOLIS 500 Third Front Row Start For Carpenter in Past Five Years; Hildebrand Earns Highest Career Indy 500 Qualifying Position With 6th (SPEEDWAY, Ind.) May 21, 2017 – Qualifying Notes For the third time in five years, the only owner/driver in the Verizon IndyCar […]

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