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Mazda Road To Indy #SoulRedFinale – Sunday – Pro Mazda Race #2 report and results

Santiago Urrutia wrapped up the Mazda Motorsports advancement scholarship for winning the championship on Saturday, but there was still a lot to race for as evidenced by the march up the final points table made this weekend by Garett Grist. Grist, a 20 year-old, made a daring first lap move stick, and scored his second […]

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Mazda Road To Indy #SoulRedFinale – Saturday – USF2000 Race #1 – Jamin wins race and championship

Today’s USF2000 race was a perfect mirror for the entire Cooper Tires USF2000 powered by Mazda season.  What looked like a good race between sophomore drivers Jake Eidson, Nico Jamin and Aaron Telitz turned out to be a Jamin runaway. Jamin, who didn’t take the championship lead from Eidson until the Angie’s List Grand Prix...

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Mazda Road To Indy #SoulRedFinale – Friday – 2nd practice session, USF2000 qualifying and other news

Cooper Tires USF2000 powered by Mazda qualifying For the eleventh straight USF2000 race Nico Jamin will start on pole. It’s also his 12th of the season which is a series record that was previously set by Sage Karam in 2010. It is also the 9th straight race that some 12th time in 15 races that […]

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Mazda Road To Indy #SoulRedFinale – Friday – 11am – Open and first practice

Good morning from Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca where each rung of the Mazda Road To Indy will have two half-hour practice sessions and the Cooper Tires USF2000 powered by Mazda will qualify this afternoon. I woke up early to a light marine layer and after grabbing some caffeine and breakfast, I made the fifteen minute […]

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Mazda Road To Indy – #SoulRedFinal – Indy Lights Preview

By Steve Wittich For the third straight year, the Indy Lights presented by Cooper Tire championship will come down wire at a third different race track in California. In 2013, Sage Karam edged Gabby Chaves at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, California. In 2014, it was Chaves just eeking out the title over Jack Harvey […]

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Mazda Road To Indy #SoulRedFinale – test day notes, times and news

Good day/evening (depending on your time-zone) from Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca, where I (Steve) am on site to provide you with coverage of the Mazda Road To Indy finale.  Each of the three series had fifty minutes of testing time available today.  Check below for those reports. Normally you’d have seen series-by-series previews from us […]

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A brief history of the American Open Wheel ladder at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca

Founded in 1957 to provide a permanent home to the popular Pebble Beach Road Races, Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca will be hosting the full Mazda Road To Indy finale for the first time this week. The 542 acre world-class racing facility is located just north of the Monterey-Salina Highway and was carved out of the southeast portion […]

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Road To Indy TV kicks of countdown to the Mazda Road To Indy finale with special live show

In just three weeks, three Mazda Road To Indy champions will be one step closer to the Verizon IndyCar Series as 2.3 million dollars worth of MAZDASPEED advancement scholarships are handed out at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca on September 13th, 2015. The USF2000, Pro Mazda and Indy Lights combatants will each contest two races on the hilly […]

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