All Four Championship Contenders in Top 5 of Practice 3 from Sonoma

SONOMA, Calif. – Practice 3 kicked off go-fast day for the Verizon IndyCar Series from Sonoma Raceway. Scott Dixon and Alexander Rossi found themselves separated by roughly a tenth and a half on the timesheets, setting up what is becoming an increasingly important qualifying session later this afternoon. All four championship contenders finished the session … Continue reading All Four Championship Contenders in Top 5 of Practice 3 from Sonoma

Spencer Pigot to return as Ed Carpenter Racing driver in 2019

In feel-good announcements this afternoon, Ed Carpenter Racing confirmed that Spencer Pigot will continue as the team’s full-time driver in the No. 21 Chevrolet for the 2019 season. Pigot, who turns 25 on September 29, is 13th in the Verizon IndyCar Series championship.  In 2018 he picked up his first career podium by finishing runner-up … Continue reading Spencer Pigot to return as Ed Carpenter Racing driver in 2019

Regardless of championship result, 2018 a year of success for Rossi

While a championship is still in reach for Alexander Rossi entering this weekend’s season finale at Sonoma Raceway, the result on Sunday will pale in comparison to immense strides made by the 26-year-old American driver in 2018. In March we saw publications across the country tout Rossi as IndyCar’s newest title contender, the former Formula … Continue reading Regardless of championship result, 2018 a year of success for Rossi

Takuma Sato comes out on top in IndyCar return to Portland

In what is surely one of the wildest races of the 2018 Verizon IndyCar Series season, Takuma Sato and his No. 30 Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing team were the ones left standing at the end by winning in the series’ return to the Portland International Raceway. In the championship chase, Scott Dixon overcame a first-lap … Continue reading Takuma Sato comes out on top in IndyCar return to Portland

Will Power takes pole for Grand Prix of Portland

Full Results from Qualifications In a rather unsurprising turn of events, Team Penske’s Will Power was quickest in Saturday afternoon’s qualifying session and will pace the field to green for Sunday’s Grand Prix of Portland. Picking up a pole award at his 25th different Indy car venue, Power set a track record at Portland International … Continue reading Will Power takes pole for Grand Prix of Portland

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