Dixon Leads Chevy Domination in Day One of IndyCar at The Glen

Indy car racing returned to Watkins Glen International this weekend, and Chevy promptly planted their flag on the rolling hills of the infield. The manufacturer occupied the top 4 spots in the morning practice and the top 5 spots in the 2-hour afternoon session. Helio Castroneves, Will Power and Juan Pablo Montoya from Team Penske,... Continue Reading →

French Drivers Rise to the Top in Final Toronto Practice; Dixon in Dark Horse Mode

The third and final practice session on the streets of Toronto this morning yielded the fastest times of the race weekend. The field of 22 is getting a grip on the new track layout, literally and figuratively. The sand blasting of Turns 1 and 9 overnight has seemed to do what was intended, give the... Continue Reading →

Bourdais Gains Another Detroit Win; Daly Earns First IndyCar Podium

Today’s race results mark the 35th IndyCar win for French driver, Sebastien Bourdais. This moves him up on the all-time career race wins list, tying Bobby Unser. Bourdais is not a stranger to the podium here on Belle Isle - he was victorious in the last race here as well: the Chevrolet Dual in Detroit... Continue Reading →

Pagenaud Continues 2016 Hot Streak in the Sunny South

He has stood on the podium for every race in the 2016 Verizon IndyCar Series season thus far. Today he earned the Verizon P1 Award in qualifying for the Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama. Simon Pagenaud has certainly received his fair share of southern hospitality over the past 2 months. Back in St. Pete... Continue Reading →

Team Chevy Dominates IndyCar Return to Phoenix

Simon Pagenaud finished in the runner-up position at Phoenix International Speedway on April 2nd, the same result he landed in the season opener at St. Petersburg just three weeks ago. This marks his best career finish on an oval track and also boosts him into the points lead. “I just want to say... how much... Continue Reading →

From Detroit to Texas, IndyCar Underdogs Are Having Their Day

The past week presented us with two fantastic examples of on-track Verizon IndyCar Series talent. We started the week on Sunday with the second race of the Dual in Detroit and ended it on Saturday in Fort Worth, Texas. The tracks couldn’t be any different - the former a temporary street circuit on a island... Continue Reading →

Montoya Will Lead Field to Green in Rainy Race 2

Today marks the second time this season that Juan Pablo Montoya will start from the pole position in the field. Both instances were also the result of weather conditions that cancelled/discontinued qualifying sessions for the Verizon IndyCar Series. His first pole position in 2015 was over the second race weekend of the year, at NOLA... Continue Reading →

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