Tag archives for Jack Hawksworth

A.J. Foyt Racing – INDYCAR Grand Prix at the Glen Report

Race Report: INDYCAR Grand Prix at the Glen WATKINS GLEN, N.Y. Sept. 4, 2016—Takuma Sato’s philosophy of “No attack, no chance” did not serve him well at the end of the INDYCAR Grand Prix at the Glen at Watkins Glen International . Starting 20th in the No. 14 ABC Supply Honda, Sato was never higher […]

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AJ Foyt Racing Qualifying Report: INDYCAR Grand Prix at the Glen

Qualifying Report: INDYCAR Grand Prix at the Glen WATKINS GLEN, N.Y. Sept. 3, 2016—Driving the No. 41 ABC Supply Honda, Jack Hawksworth continued to pace the Honda-powered contingent in qualifying today for the INDYCAR Grand Prix at the Glen. Hawksworth will start ninth in tomorrow’s 60-lap race around the picturesque 3.37-mile road course in New York’s Finger Lakes […]

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Hawksworth, Rahal head Honda field in Indycar Series practice at Watkins Glen

Hawksworth, Rahal Lead Effort Friday at Watkins Glen Hawksworth runs sixth, Rahal seventh, in IndyCar return to the Glen Lap record expected Saturday as times tumble on fresh Watkins Glen pavement A.J. Foyt Racing’s Jack Hawksworth and Graham Rahal, winner of last weekend’s race in Texas, paced the Honda field Friday in opening practice as […]

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AJ Foyt Racing NOTES & QUOTES: INDYCAR Grand Prix at the Glen

NOTES & QUOTES: INDYCAR Grand Prix at the Glen Takuma Sato: No. 14 ABC Supply Honda Jack Hawksworth: No. 41 ABC Supply Honda Takuma Sato On: Watkins Glen International: “Watkins Glen is an outstanding track. I’m very happy to hear this venue is returning to the series. I’ve raced there only once in my debut […]

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AJ Foyt Racing NOTES & QUOTES: ABC Supply 500 at Pocono Raceway

Takuma Sato On: Pocono Raceway:  “I always enjoy coming back to Pocono, simply the track is awesome and racing here is exciting one. I also enjoy the scenery of this region with its dense forest – it feels so good to be here.” What he likes about the track: “This track is great fun to drive, so […]

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AJ Foyt Racing Race Report: Iowa Corn 300

Race Report: Iowa Corn 300 NEWTON, Iowa July 10, 2016—Progress. The ABC Supply Racing team continues to make progress at the tracks where they have struggled in years past such as Iowa Speedway this weekend. Takuma Sato registered his best finish at the 0.894-mile oval today with his 11th place showing after starting 13th. Teammate Jack […]

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Qualifying Report: Iowa Corn 300

Qualifying Report: Iowa Corn 300 NEWTON, Iowa July 9, 2016— For the second time this season, Takuma Sato and Jack Hawksworth will start side-by-side in their ABC Supply Hondas. Under sunny skies, Sato qualified 13th in the No. 14 and Hawksworth 14th in the No. 41; the pair will start in row seven for the Iowa Corn 300 […]

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AJ Foyt Racing Notes & Quotes: Iowa Corn 300 at Iowa Speedway

Notes & Quotes: Iowa Corn 300 at Iowa Speedway Takuma Sato: No. 14 ABC Supply Honda Jack Hawksworth: No. 41 ABC Supply Honda    Takuma Sato On: Iowa Speedway:  “Iowa is a great track. It is one of the most exciting short ovals and we have such close battles in very tight competition. It’s physical–we […]

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Notes & Quotes: Kohler Grand Prix at Road America

Notes & Quotes: Kohler Grand Prix at Road America Takuma Sato: No. 14 ABC Supply Honda Jack Hawksworth: No. 41 ABC Supply Honda   Takuma Sato On: His first impression of Road America: “Road America is very impressive and a great fun track as expected. I’ve heard so many positive stories about Road America since I […]

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Foyt Racing Notes & Quotes: Firestone 600 at Texas Motor Speedway

Notes & Quotes: Firestone 600 at Texas Motor Speedway Takuma Sato: No. 14 ABC Supply Honda Jack Hawksworth: No. 41 ABC Supply Honda   TAKUMA SATO ON:   Texas Motor Speedway:   “Texas Motor Speedway is the team’s home track  so we want to do well there of course. We missed the test there but I […]

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