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PREFERRED FREEZER SERVICES TO BACK ED CARPENTER RACING ENTRY FOR FIFTH CONSECUTIVE YEAR

PREFERRED FREEZER SERVICES TO BACK ED CARPENTER RACING ENTRY FOR FIFTH CONSECUTIVE YEAR Spencer Pigot to Compete in the No. 21 Preferred Freezer Services Chevrolet in Four Events in 2018, Including Indianapolis 500 (INDIANAPOLIS) March 27, 2018 – Preferred Freezer Services announced today a continuation of their partnership with Ed Carpenter Racing for the fifth consecutive […]

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Preferred Freezer Services Expands Partnership with J.R. Hildebrand and Ed Carpenter Racing

PREFERRED FREEZER SERVICES EXPANDS PARTNERSHIP WITH JR HILDEBRAND AND ED CARPENTER RACING Partnership Grows to Four Events, Including the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach (SPEEDWAY, Ind.) March 28, 2017 – Preferred Freezer Services announced today an expansion of their partnership with Ed Carpenter Racing and driver JR Hildebrand. Hildebrand’s No. 21 Chevrolet will showcase […]

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PREFERRED FREEZER SERVICES PARTNERSHIP ALLOWS ECR TO GROW TO THREE CARS FOR THE INDIANAPOLIS 500

PREFERRED FREEZER SERVICES PARTNERSHIP ALLOWS ECR TO GROW TO THREE CARS FOR THE INDIANAPOLIS 500 PFS Joins ECR For Entire 2016 Season; Newgarden, Hildebrand To Carry PFS Colors During The Month Of May (SPEEDWAY, Ind.) March 22, 2016 – Preferred Freezer Services (PFS), a global leader in advanced design and engineered temperature-controlled warehouses, announced today […]

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    • Long Beach’s Grand Prix report is $150K worth of obvious points
      That report was made public Monday afternoon, and it’s loaded with an absence of surprises, although there are a few bits of weirdness involved. Rather than submit what KPMG said would be an ideal computer-aided design plan for the proposed F1 track that would identify all mandatory components required following FIA (the governing body of […]
    • Here’s who won the race between Formula 1 and IndyCar in Long Beach
      In October last year the city released a request for proposals seeking “an open-wheel auto racing format” to run the annual Grand Prix event. From the start it was only a two-horse race between Michaelian and Pook. Pook, of course, was hardly a carpetbagger. He founded the Long Beach Grand Prix in 1975 and brought […]
    • Q&A: Printup talks future of WGI, IndyCar, Phish
      Everybody was excited, but I take a lot of personal interest in IndyCar. I always have. I kind of grew up in IndyCar, so I was glad that we were able to get them back. The fans themselves, for only having a little bit less than 90 days to sell the race last year, we […]
    • Rick Mears – still the ultimate pro at 65
      Over the past 20-something years writing about racing, I’ve encountered three people from whom I learn something about the art of racecar driving every time we speak for longer than five minutes. One of that trio is Rick Ravon Mears, born this day 65 years ago in Wichita, Kansas, and brought up in Bakersfield, Calif. […]
    • Memoir helps widow cope after IndyCar driver's death
      Tonya Bergeson-Dana talks with her son, Conor, about his father when he brings it up, which is often. If he’s asking the questions, she reasons, he’s ready to hear the answers. Paul Conor Dana, at age 9, knows that his father was Paul Dana, a journalist and IndyCar driver who died in March 2006 during […]