ST. PETERSBURG – After ending the 2014 season with three top-six finishes in the final five races, Takuma Sato carried whatever possible momentum from that finish possible into the opening qualifying session of 2015 with a fifth place effort in the No. 309 more words
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ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Graham Rahal is cautiously optimistic. Will Power is extremely optimistic. And Simon Pagenaud is intrigued.
The dominant species of aero kit in preseason IndyCar testing has undoubtedly been Chevrolet, but whether Honda’s shortcomings so far are a result of more elite teams utilizing the Chevrolet kit — such as Power and Pagenaud’s Team Penske and Chip Ganassi Racing — some elaborate sand-bagging exercise, simple inferiority or something else will be revealed when cars are scheduled to practice — weather permitting — Friday on the streets of St. 813 more words
Observations from two days of IndyCar Series testing at Barber Motorsports Park earlier this week:
Love or despise the new bodywork kits, they make the cars look different, and it’s more than distinguishing a Honda from a Chevrolet. 662 more words
MILWAUKEE (AP) — The line formed to the right to talk to Jack Hawksworth.
So much has changed for the 24-year-old IndyCar driver in such a short time. 738 more words
Verizon IndyCar Series team owner and four-time Indianapolis 500 champion A.J. Foyt continues to recover after surviving complications following his triple bypass heart surgery last November. 395 more words
For several years, A.J. Foyt Racing’s Takuma Sato has espoused the philosophy of “No Attack, No Chance.”
So it’s fitting that his new teammate, second-year pilot Jack Hawksworth, shares that same philosophy. 660 more words