Bourdais paces opening practice at Portland GP

First Practice Results Picking up where he left off back in 2007, Dale Coyne Racing’s Sebastien Bourdais was quickest in Friday morning’s practice at Portland International Raceway. With a best lap of 57.3975s, Bourdais just barely edged fellow Honda driver Scott Dixon (56.4221s) on the timesheets.  Dixon was quickest in Thursday testing at the 1.964-mile … Continue reading Bourdais paces opening practice at Portland GP

Bourdais paces hectic Honda Indy 200 first practice at Mid-Ohio

Practice times from Session One It wasn’t your typical Friday morning IndyCar practice at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course as three red flag periods plagued the 45-minute session.  In the end, it was Dale Coyne Racing’s Sebastien Bourdais pacing the field in his vibrant yellow and black SealMaster Honda. The practice started slow with only … Continue reading Bourdais paces hectic Honda Indy 200 first practice at Mid-Ohio

Munoz again strong at Indianapolis despite quiet day

While it was maybe the quietest top-10 of Carlos Munoz’ career, the Colombian driver was part of an Andretti Autosport trio within the first seven positions after Sunday’s 102nd Indianapolis 500. After four consecutive starts of 11th or better between 2013 and 2016, Munoz has managed top-10 finishes each of the last two years despite … Continue reading Munoz again strong at Indianapolis despite quiet day

Leist continues rapid rise as quickest rookie qualifier in Indianapolis 500

Brazilian driver Matheus Leist is a unique blend of competitor in the Verizon IndyCar Series. The youngest pilot in IndyCar was born September 8, 1998 and has been alive for nearly as many Indianapolis 500’s as his A.J. Foyt Racing teammate Tony Kanaan has participated in. Leist’s meteoric rise has included stops in Formula 3 … Continue reading Leist continues rapid rise as quickest rookie qualifier in Indianapolis 500