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Grand Prix of Portland at Portland International Raceway – 2018 – Friday, 8:30 a.m. – Open, Schedule, Thursday MRTI Test Notes

The Grand Prix of Portland officially begins on Friday with formal on-track activities. All of the Verizon IndyCar Series, Pro Mazda presented by Cooper Tires and Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship powered by Mazda tested on Thursday. The Indy Lights presented by Cooper Tires and Battery Tender Global MX-5 Cup presented by BFGoodrich Tires join those...

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Grand Prix of Portland at Portland International Raceway – 2018 – Thursday, 6 p.m. – IndyCar Test Day Notebook

By Tony DiZinno Steve’s preview provides a comprehensive look ahead to this weekend’s Grand Prix of Portland, the penultimate race of the Verizon IndyCar Series season. Today’s test day on Thursday provided five hours of run time and already, a number of cool stories to emerge. Test Day Primer The Verizon IndyCar Series had a...

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Grand Prix Of Portland at Portland International Raceway – 2018 – Steve’s Preview

The 2018 Grand Prix of Portland will be the 25th Indy car race held at Portland International Raceway, but the first since a Champ Car World Series event in 2007. The first two-dozen races were part of the annual Rose Festival, which began 111 years ago in 1907. The first event, the Stroh’s / G.I....

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PARTNERSHIP ACTIVATIONS ARE ACCELERATING THE EXCITEMENT AROUND THE GRAND PRIX OF PORTLAND

PORTLAND, Ore. (August 27, 2018)– The Grand Prix of Portland is proud to announce new corporate partnership and official sponsor additions to the event held at Portland International Raceway (PIR), August 31-September 2. BMW, B. Young RV, Firestone, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, MillerCoors, Pepsi, and The Oregonian have joined in to support the Verizon IndyCar Series event bringing […]

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Ferrucci Returns to DCR For Final Two Rounds of the Season

Long Pond, PA (August 17, 2018) – After a promising Verizon IndyCar Series debut with Dale Coyne Racing earlier this season at the doubleheader weekend in Detroit, American Santino Ferrucci will be returning to the team behind the wheel of the #39 Cly-Del Manufacturing car for the final two rounds of the season at Portland […]

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Conor Daly to Drive the #88 with Harding Racing at Pocono Raceway

Indianapolis, Ind. (August 15, 2018) Conor Daly will return to the Harding Racing stable for the ABC Supply 500 weekend at Pocono Raceway starting on Saturday, August 18. The American will pilot the #88 Chevrolet for 200 laps around the ‘Tricky Triangle’, a three-turn superspeedway in Long Pond, Pennsylvania for 500 miles. Daly recently drove […]

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Alfonso Celis Jr. Returns to the Verizon IndyCar Series with Juncos Racing at Portland

Indianapolis, Indiana (August 3, 2018) – Juncos Racing announced today Alfonso Celis Jr. will return to the Verizon IndyCar Series later this month at Portland International Raceway. Mexican native Alfonso Celis Jr. made his official Verizon IndyCar Series debut in the No. 32 Chevrolet / Juncos Racing car this past June on the 4.014 mile, […]

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