As news broke that Pato O’Ward and Harding Steinbrenner Racing would mutually part ways on Monday, Santiago Urrutia was frustrated. He knew this story all too well. Continue reading Santiago Urrutia still feeling the sting from fallout with Harding Racing
Another busy week of off-season news has come and passed for IndyCar.
With an open test at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca scheduled for Friday, news from all aspects of the NTT IndyCar Series has been unearthed.
Get ready for Friday’s on-track action with this week’s IndyCar Roundup. Continue reading IndyCar Round-Up for February 8
The Road to Indy added another driver to its slate of entries on Monday when Belardi Auto Racing announced Lucas Kohl will pilot the team’s second of three Indy Lights entries in 2019. Continue reading Belardi Auto Racing adds Lucas Kohl to 2019 Indy Lights driver line-up
Its only January, but Canadian driver Zachary Claman DeMelo already has his sights set on championship weekend at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca in September. Continue reading Claman DeMelo primed for Indy Lights title run
Looking to stay within arm’s reach of the IndyCar Series, Canadian driver Zachary Claman will race for Belardi Auto Racing in 2019 as a full-time Indy Lights driver. The news comes after Claman tested with Belardi at Homestead-Miami in an Indy Lights machine last week. Continue reading Zachary Claman signs with Belardi Auto Racing for 2019 Indy Lights campaign
Aaron Telitz may just be the most interesting man in motorsports. Or at the very least, he is the most interesting dude in IndyCar circles. Continue reading Aaron Telitz searching for his next adventure in motorsports
The clock is certainly ticking on Santiago Urrutia’s prospective IndyCar Series career in the United States. With three seasons of Indy Lights competition under his belt – yet no championship to claim after near misses – the Uruguayan driver is on the outside looking in for a ride stateside in 2019. Continue reading Santiago Urrutia hopeful for Indianapolis 500 run in 2019
After a wild weekend of qualifying, the 33-car field for Sunday’s 102nd Indianapolis 500 took to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Check out our practice recap below, followed by the headlines from the eighth day of on-track activity for the race. Practice Recap and Headlines Practice 8 Results Combined Practice Results Monday’s post-qualifying practice session is cited … Continue reading Indianapolis 500 Practice and Freedom 100 Testing Recap for Monday, May 21, 2018
The influx of teams to enter the Verizon IndyCar Series and Mazda Road to Indy in 2018 has seen many welcome additons, as well as some very happy returns. One case of the latter has been the reemergence of Byrd Racing. Last month, Byrd Racing announced that they would align themselves with Indy Lights’ Belardi … Continue reading Byrd Racing: Through the Years
The entry list for the 102nd Indianapolis 500 grew to 35 today. James Davison was announced as the driver for the No.33 Dallara-Chevrolet that will be entered by A.J. Foyt Racing. The car is part of a partnership with Byrd Racing. Belardi Auto Racing and Holinger Motor Sport have also joined the effort. This will … Continue reading Davison, Foyt Announce Indy 500 Entry