Wickens Scores Consecutive Podiums as First Win Remains Elusive

Running well but not winning races presents a proverbial double-edged sword in racing. Drivers and teams leave race weekends extremely optimistic after running well, especially doing so on a consistent basis. The frustration of not earning a victory does remain, no matter how long the success continues. In 2018, Robert Wickens has seen that play … Continue reading Wickens Scores Consecutive Podiums as First Win Remains Elusive

Bourdais looking to salvage frustrating Mid-Ohio weekend

It has been a tale of two seasons this year for Dale Coyne Racing’s Sebastien Bourdais.  Following a strong start to 2018, the multi-time open-wheel champion has descended to 11th in the Verizon IndyCar Series championship – and is staring another rough result in the face Sunday. Over the last seven races, Bourdais and the … Continue reading Bourdais looking to salvage frustrating Mid-Ohio weekend

Alexander Rossi snatches pole for Honda Indy 200 at Mid-Ohio

Qualifying Results In an impressive showing, Alexander Rossi claimed the Verizon P1 Award for Sunday’s Honda Indy 200 at Mid Ohio by edging championship contenders Will Power, Ryan Hunter-Reay and Josef Newgarden in a frantic “Fast Six” shootout. Rossi’s lap of 1m4.6802s was over two tenths quicker than Power (1m4.8939s) who was the next closest … Continue reading Alexander Rossi snatches pole for Honda Indy 200 at Mid-Ohio

Hunter-Reay fastest in second Mid-Ohio practice

Combined Results from Friday Practice Slightly less eventful than the chaotic morning practice at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, Ryan Hunter-Reay led the field of 24 drivers in practice two for Sunday’s Honda Indy 200. Granted use of the Firestone alternate red-sidewall tires, each driver with the exception of Sebastien Bourdais set his fastest lap … Continue reading Hunter-Reay fastest in second Mid-Ohio practice

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