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Jordan King to Make His Indianapolis 500 Debut with Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing

JORDAN KING TO MAKE HIS INDIANAPOLIS 500 DEBUT WITH RAHAL LETTERMAN LANIGAN RACING IN 2019     BROWNSBURG, Ind. (November 14, 2018) – Rahal Letterman Lanigan (RLL) Racing announced today that the team will enter a Honda-powered car for British driver Jordan King in the 103rd Indianapolis 500 on May 26, 2019. It will be […]

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CAUTION-FREE RACE AT MID-OHIO RESULTS IN HARD-FOUGHT FINISHES FOR ED CARPENTER RACING

CAUTION-FREE RACE AT MID-OHIO RESULTS IN HARD-FOUGHT FINISHES FOR ED CARPENTER RACING Jordan King Matches Best Road Course Finish of the Year of 12th; Spencer Pigot Races Up to 13th (LEXINGTON, Ohio) July 29, 2018 – Race Notes In a stark contrast from the practice and qualifying sessions leading up to today’s race at Mid-Ohio Sports […]

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ED CARPENTER RACING PERSEVERES TO FINISH TOUGH INDYCAR GRAND PRIX AT THE INDIANAPOLIS MOTOR SPEEDWAY

INDIANAPOLIS (May 12, 2018) – Race Notes Despite having two of the quickest cars during the INDYCAR Grand Prix weekend, race day goals for Ed Carpenter Racing’s pair of 24-year-olds were immediately interrupted by two different incidents on Lap 1. After contact with another car, suspension repairs for Jordan King dropped him two laps behind the […]

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RAINY INDY GRAND PRIX OF ALABAMA COMES TO A CONCLUSION AT BARBER MOTORSPORTS PARK

RAINY INDY GRAND PRIX OF ALABAMA COMES TO A CONCLUSION AT BARBER MOTORSPORTS PARK Ed Carpenter Racing’s Spencer Pigot and Jordan King Miss Out Top 10 Finishes After Rains Plague Road Course Race For A Second Day LEEDS, Ala. (April 23, 2018) – Race Notes The 2018 Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama became an event […]

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Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama – Barber Motorsports Park – Saturday – 11:35 a.m. – Third practice

By Tony DiZinno Third practice got underway under more good conditions, with temperatures of 65 degrees ambient and 88 on track per Firestone Racing. In the opening minutes, Friday’s fastest driver Josef Newgarden was the first driver to break into the 1:07 bracket, at 1:07.8198. Ryan Hunter-Reay eclipsed that shortly thereafter with 1:07.7407 at the...

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Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg – pre-final

By Tony DiZinno, Patrick Stephan, and Steve Wittich We’ve got so much more we have to cover – including plenty on Robert Wickens/Alexander Rossi incident, but Steve, who is compiling this final, has to board his flight to Indy. We’ll have more in the morning, including all of your Mazda Road To Indy Presented by...

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TSO’s 2018 preview of Ed Carpenter Racing

By Tony DiZinno, Patrick Stephan, and Steve Wittich     Location: Indianapolis, Ind. Team Owners: Ed Carpenter, Tony George, Stuart Reed General Manager: Tim Broyles Engine Manufacturer: Chevrolet First Indy car start: 212 Honda Grand Prix of St. Petersburg on the streets of St. Petersburg, Fla. in St. Petersburg, Fla. Indy car wins: 7 First...

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