After a frustrating start to the 2019 NTT IndyCar Series season, things have come together as of late for Team Penske’s Will Power. On Sunday, he won for the second time in three races. Continue reading Will Power dominant in win at Portland
After an eventful three rounds of qualifying, Harding Steinbrenner Racing’s Colton Herta will start on pole for tomorrow’s Grand Prix of Portland. Continue reading Colton Herta wins pole for Grand Prix of Portland
Yesterday, Colton Herta opened the Grand Prix of Portland weekend as the fastest driver in opening practice.
This morning, he repeated his Friday performance at the 12-turn, 1.964-mile Portland International Raceway.
With a best lap of 57.9939 (121.916 mph), the Harding Steinbrenner Racing rookie again led the way. Continue reading Colton Herta fastest in final practice at Portland
Within mere seconds of each other, Dale Coyne Racing with Vasser-Sullivan’s Sebastien Bourdais saw the highs and lows in Friday’s second practice.
In preparation for Sunday’s Grand Prix of Portland, the two-time winner and 2004 pole sitter posted a best lap of 57.9213 seconds (122.069 mph) around the 1.964-mile, 12-turn road course. Continue reading Sebastien Bourdais quickest in accident-marred second practice at Portland
In an announcement released by Schmidt Peterson Motorsports, veteran driver Carlos Munoz will pilot the No. 6 Lucas Oil Honda in both this weekend’s Grand Prix of Portland at the Portland International Raceway and the season finale at Sonoma Raceway. The news comes as one more domino from Robert Wickens’ vicious accident at Pocono Raceway … Continue reading Carlos Munoz lands Schmidt Peterson seat for final two races of 2018