Rahal clocks fastest lap in final IndyCar practice at Mid-Ohio, field continues to struggle with kits

Look at it this way - the Verizon IndyCar Series is nothing if not consistent at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course this weekend.  Another red flag laced practice session started off with a red flag 10 minutes into final practice when Pietro Fittipaldi (No. 19 Paysafe Honda, Dale Coyne Racing) got stuck in a gravel... Continue Reading →

RLL Racing looking to ‘make magic happen again’ at Belle Isle

Here we are, back in Detroit for the only doubleheader weekend of the Verizon IndyCar Series season. Two practices, two qualifying sessions, and two races (across a two-nation space, technically speaking) will fill up the next three days on Belle Isle, with the city skyline of downtown Detroit keeping a watchful eye. Sitting here in... Continue Reading →

Full Throttle Recap: Dual I of Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix

The Indy car race on Belle Isle first ran in 1992. Bobby Rahal won that inaugural event, and yesterday his son Graham added to his family legacy by dominating the first race at the now titled, Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix. He’s the first American to win in Detroit since 1996 when Michael Andretti won, and... Continue Reading →

Ohio-native Rahal Claims Pole for Detroit Race 1

The rust-belt ties are strong on Saturday at the Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix. For the first time in 8 years, RLL Racing driver and Ohio-native, Graham Rahal will have clean air at the start of his race. In a last minute… or late minute… call by race control, it was determined that Helio Castroneves who... Continue Reading →

Castroneves and Rahal Pace Friday Practices in Detroit

RLL driver Graham Rahal found some speed Friday morning in Detroit when he topped the first practice with a 1:15.3328 lap on the 13-turn street circuit. His best performance on Belle Isle was in 2015 when he started P5 and finished on the podium in third for Race 2. This weekend marks his 7th time... Continue Reading →

Anatomy of an Accident: The Tenth and Final Caution of the ‘500’

After the jaw-dropping carnage of the first caution... a plethora of engine retirements, some debris and two single-car incidents yielded another eight yellow flags. The final caution of the 101st Running of the Indianapolis 500 presented by PennGrade Motor Oil was a spectacular wreck involving five cars, all running in the front half of the... Continue Reading →

Focus on ‘500’, Returning Sponsors Add Up to Promising 2017 for Graham Rahal

Earlier today, Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing confirmed that Steak ‘n Shake will return for a third season of sponsorship on the No. 15 Honda of Graham Rahal. Look for the bow-tie firesuit and red livery at the season kickoff in St. Petersburg next month, the iconic Indianapolis 500, the Rahal’s hometown race at Mid-Ohio Sports... Continue Reading →

Oriol Servia Proves that Hard Work Pays Off

When Oriol Servia was called upon in the fall of 2015 to race the No. 25 at Sonoma Raceway in honor of Justin Wilson, he admits that he struggled. Not with the decision - that was never a question. The struggle was with the physicality of the drive itself, fighting with the car to get... Continue Reading →

Honda, Coyne Find Speed at Watkins Glen in Final Practice

On a weekend where Chevy has dominated every session of practice and the first 4 rows of the starting grid for the IndyCar Grand Prix of The Glen, Honda made quite a statement in Sunday morning practice. Rookie teammates RC Enerson and Conor Daly of Dale Coyne Racing ran the second and fourth fastest laps... Continue Reading →

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