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Schmidt Peterson Motorsports Announces Saavedra For No. 7 Honda

INDIANAPOLIS, IN (August 16, 2017) – Schmidt Peterson Motorsports (SPM) has announced Sebastian Saavedra as the driver of the No. 7 Honda for the next two Verizon IndyCar Series races. The Colombian will join teammate James Hinchcliffe at Pocono Raceway and Gateway Motorsports Park. The event at Pocono will mark the 27-year-old’s 64th career IndyCar […]

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Honda Indy Toronto – 2017 – Steve’s preview

The Verizon IndyCar Series travels north to Ontario for the 33rd race the various Indy car sanctions have held on the streets of Exhibition Place. Indy car first visited Canada 50 years ago when USAC travelled north to the 2.459-mile Canadian Tire Motorsports Park (then Mosport) road course. Bobby Unser won both of the 100...

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JUNCOS RACING LOOKING FORWARD TO FIRST INDY 500   INDIANAPOLIS, IN – May 26, 2017 – Juncos Racing will be making its Indianapolis 500 debut this Sunday, May 28 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Speedway, Indiana. The team will have two entries in the 101st running of the Indianapolis 500. The No. 11 Juncos […]

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Juncos Racing Practice Summary Indy 500 Day 2

SPENCER PIGOT No. 11 Juncos Racing Dallara/Chevrolet/Firestone Indianapolis 500 – Tuesday, May 16, 2017 – Practice Day 2 Practice 2: Fast lap – 40.7922 seconds/220.630 mph – 26th Combined Results (2 days): Fast lap – 40.7922 seconds/220.630 mph – 29th Spencer Pigot Practice Summary: Spencer Pigot, No. 11 Juncos Racing Dallara/Chevrolet/Firestone, was 29th on the […]

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JUNCOS RACING MAKES INDIANAPOLIS MOTOR SPEEDWAY DEBUT IN VERIZON INDYCAR SERIES SAAVEDRA LEADS TEAM ON SPEED CHARTS INDIANAPOLIS, IN – May 15, 2017 – Juncos Racing made its Indianapolis Motor Speedway debut in the Verizon IndyCar Series today during the first day of practice in preparation for the 101st running of the Indianapolis 500 set […]

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