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A.J. Foyt Racing – Testing Report: Phoenix Open Test

Testing Report: Phoenix Open Test PHOENIX (Feb. 12, 2017)—The Verizon IndyCar Series teams left the Open Test at Phoenix International Raceway either frustrated or happy after the two day session. Fortunately for A.J. Foyt’s ABC Supply Racing team, they were in the latter camp. “Overall with everybody being new, working with each other and learning […]

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News from INDYCAR: Competition runs strong and deep at Phoenix Raceway open test

Competition runs strong and deep at Phoenix Raceway open test AVONDALE, Ariz. (Saturday, Feb. 11, 2017) – Two days of on-track testing for 21 Verizon IndyCar Series drivers and teams were literally like day and night. Cars carrying Chevrolet engines and aero kits dominated the day sessions of the Phoenix Raceway open test, while those...

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CHEVY INDYCAR AT PHOENIX TEST: Chevrolet drivers in the VICS got down to business at open test at Phoenix International Raceway

CHEVROLET RACING IN THE VERIZON INDYCAR SERIES OPEN TEST PHOENIX INTERNATIONAL RACEWAY (ARIZONA) FEBRUARY 11, 2017   AVONDALE, (ARIZ) – Chevrolet drivers in the Verizon IndyCar Series (VICS) got down to business at an open test at Phoenix International Raceway.  The April 29, 2017 race at the one-mile track just west of Phoenix, Arizona is the first oval […]

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“What They’re Saying” from the INDYCAR open test at Phoenix Raceway

“What They’re Saying” from the INDYCAR open test at Phoenix Raceway SIMON PAGENAUD (No. 1 PPG Team Penske Chevrolet): “It was great to be back in the PPG Chevrolet. We’ve had a great test so far. We’ve been able to work on a lot of different things and compile some good data. It was a long […]

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