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IndyCar 2017 driver review: Carlos Munoz

MotorSportsTalk continues its annual review of the Verizon IndyCar Series drivers that raced in 2017. After three full seasons in IndyCar and two preparation seasons in Indy Lights with Andretti Autosport, Carlos Munoz endured a tough switch to A.J. 371 more words

Matheus Leist joins Tony Kanaan to form Team Brazil at AJ Foyt Racing

INDIANAPOLIS – The official name for the next season of IndyCar should be the 2018 Verizon IndyCar Olympics.

First Andretti Autosport gave us Team America… 926 more words


Conor Daly and Carlos Munoz both out at A.J. Foyt Racing

INDIANAPOLIS — A.J. Foyt Racing team president Larry Foyt confirmed Tuesday that neither of his 2017 Verizon IndyCar Series drivers will return to the team next season. 542 more words


The Case for Conor Daly

Few teams had a more disappointing 2017 campaign than that of AJ Foyt Enterprises. Making the switch from Honda to Chevy, the legendary team was thought to be in contention for race wins at the start of the year. 1,329 more words


Florida-based IndyCar drivers are preparing for Hurricane Irma


UPDATE (11:30 a.m., Sept. 11): As Hurricane Irma turned west across Florida, many IndyCar fans began to worry about the safety of St. Petersburg’s Sebastien Bourdais and his family. 1,041 more words


Graham Rahal, Will Power: Mid-Ohio IndyCar race robbed of thrilling ending

LEXINGTON, Ohio — Graham Rahal blames a lack of respect between drivers. Will Power faults a misguided rule book. Both agreed that the fans at Mid-Ohio Sports Car course Sunday and those watching the Verizon IndyCar Series race on TV, were robbed of a what could have been a thrilling ending. 609 more words


Foyt, Coyne optimistic about Mid-Ohio after testing

Along with Felix Rosenqvist and Chip Ganassi Racing, two other teams visited the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course for testing ahead of this weekend’s Honda Indy 200 at Mid-Ohio (Sunday July 30, 3:00 p.m., CNBC). 756 more words