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Bourdais Qualifies Career Best Fifth at Texas

Sebastien Bourdais Qualifying Summary: Sebastien Bourdais qualified the No. 18 Team SealMaster – Dale Coyne Racing with Vasser-Sullivan car a Texas Motor Speedway career best fifth for tomorrow’s DXC Technology 600. Bourdais was third on the speed charts following the 90-minute morning practice with a lap of 219.619 mph. Qualifying began at 3:00 p.m. in […]

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Second-Row Start for Wickens, Honda in Texas

Second-Row Start for Wickens, Honda in Texas Robert Wickens qualifies fourth, best oval start of his rookie season Honda drivers claim six of top 10 qualifying spots Saturday night contest will be third oval race of 2018 FORT WORTH, Texas (June 8, 2018) – Robert Wickens continues to impress in his Verizon IndyCar Series rookie […]

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Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix Presented by Lear Corporation – Friday – 12:15 PM – IndyCar practice session #1 notes and timesheet

By Steve Wittich and Tony DiZinno Sebastien Bourdais, who has won the Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix Presented by Lear Corporation on two previous occasions led an octet of Honda-powered drivers at the top of the timesheet during the first practice session. The first of two Friday practice sessions for the 23 Verizon IndyCar Series entries...

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Sebastien Bourdais / Dale Coyne Racing With Vasser-Sullivan – pre race notes Indy GP

SEBASTIEN BOURDAIS NO.18 TEAM SEALMASTER – DALE COYNE RACING WITH VASSER-SULLIVAN HONDA/DALLARA/FIRESTONE IndyCar Grand Prix – May 11-12, 2018   Sebastien Bourdais 2018 Verizon IndyCar Series Summary: Sebastien Bourdais, No. 18 Team SealMaster – Dale Coyne Racing w/ Vasser-Sullivan, is coming off a fifth place showing at the Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama. He […]

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Indianapolis Motor Speedway oval testing – Monday – 3 PM – notes from afternoon practice and timesheet

By Steve Wittich The track went back to green flag conditions promptly at 1 PM, but most teams were still in Gasoline Alley looking at the data that they collected during their first 120 minutes. The 21 drivers collected 1,265 miles of data before lunch. Josef Newgarden, who turned 36 laps was the busiest driver...

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SEBASTIEN BOURDAIS FINISHES FIFTH IN HONDA GRAND PRIX OF ALABAMA

SEBASTIEN BOURDAIS FINISHES FIFTH IN HONDA GRAND PRIX OF ALABAMA BOURDAIS BECOMES ONLY DRIVER TO LEAD LAPS IN FIRST FOUR RACES OF 2018 SEASON Sebastien Bourdais Race Summary: The two-day adventure that was the Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama finally concluded today. The race which started on Sunday was halted and eventually postponed to Monday […]

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Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama – Barber Motorsports Park – Friday – Close

By Tony DiZinno and Steve Wittich The first of three busy days at Barber Motorsports Park is in the books. Today featured the combination of picture perfect weather, quintessential Southern hospitality in Birmingham and a busy, but never overly chaotic, schedule among the Verizon IndyCar Series, Mazda Road to Indy Presented by Cooper Tires and...

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Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama – Barber Motorsports Park – Friday at 4 pm – Second practice and Pro Mazda qualifying

By Tony DiZinno and Steve Wittich We bumped into two of the drivers who made headlines last weekend in Long Beach before second practice. Graham Rahal noted that drivers are continuing to adjust to the new braking points with the new Dallara UAK18. He told TSO that because of the increased top-end speed, it remains...

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Toyota Grand Prix Of Long Beach – Sunday – 7:33pm – close #1 – a beatdown and furieux

By Steve Wittich and Tony DiZinno Here are a lot of words about the 44th Toyota Grand Prix Of Long Beach – I’ve got more, but I’m hungry, so this will have to get you started. Mega thanks to Tony DiZinno for helping out with this report. Another successful Toyota Grand Prix Of Long Beach...

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ISM Raceway in Phoenix -Saturday – 9:45am – final Friday notes and good morning.

By Steve Wittich Good morning from ISM Raceway, where it looks like it’s going to be a beautiful day. The Verizon IndyCar Series garages aren’t yet open, but the tire dragger is currently on track working on a second groove. Here is today’s schedule: TIME EVENT 11am Gates Open Noon USAC .25 Midget Races –...

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