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Grand Prix of Portland – Sunday – 11:15 a.m. – Starting Lineup and Indy Lights second race

Most of the field is starting on the Firestone primary black tires. Here’s the full starting lineup with tire designation below. SP Car Driver Tire 1 88 Colton Herta Alternate 2 12 Will Power Alternate 3 9 Scott Dixon Alternate 4 60 Jack Harvey Primary 5 10 Felix Rosenqvist Primary 6 28 Ryan Hunter-Reay Primary...

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Portland pre-race notes!

By Patrick Stephan (@TSO_Patrick) Pre-Race conditions are 68 ambient and 92 with bright sunshine as of 11:47am. Read this then turn in for the green flag at 12:09pm PT! Last night’s social report is far less exciting than Friday’s. Once back to the hotel, I set out around 8pm to possibly go find something to...

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Portland Saturday 12:30 p.m. – Bourdais Update; Qualifying Groups

By Tony DiZinno Bourdais OK, but DCR with Vasser-Sullivan crew faces repair job Sebastien Bourdais had just set the fastest time in third practice at Portland International Raceway, when his No. 18 Gorilla Automotive Products Honda for Dale Coyne Racing with Vasser-Sullivan snapped to the left at the Turns 9 and 10 chicane. Cars enter...

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Grand Prix of Portland at Portland International Raceway – 2018 – Saturday, 8:30 a.m. – Open, Great Friday Crowd, and an Epic Meal

Welcome to Saturday at the Grand Prix of Portland. Here’s what’s on tap today and a few other notes from Friday, including one of the best meals of the year for dinner. Saturday Schedule  The usual third Verizon IndyCar Series practice and qualifying sessions are up, along with qualifying and races for each of the...

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One Cure and RLL Form a Long Term Partnership in the Battle Against Cancer; One Cure to Be Primary Sponsor for Rahal’s Entry in Phoenix and Portland

  ONE CURE AND RAHAL LETTERMAN LANIGAN RACING FORM A LONG TERM PARTNERSHIP IN THE BATTLE AGAINST CANCER One Cure to be Primary Sponsor for Rahal’s entry for the Phoenix and Portland IndyCar Series races as well as an associate sponsor. BROWNSBURG, Ind. (February 9, 2018) – Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing (RLL) announced today that […]

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