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May 23rd, 2013
DRIVERS – Jenson BUTTON (McLaren), Adrian SUTIL (Force India), Jules BIANCHI (Marussia), Nico HULKENBERG (Sauber), Romain GROSJEAN (Lotus), Lewis HAMILTON (Mercedes) PRESS CONFERENCE A question to you all. Round six of a 19-race season coming up, the same points are up for grabs as any other grand prix. It’s just another race..
May 5th, 2013
James Hinchcliffe won an extraordinary IndyCar race in Sao Paulo by taking the lead from Takuma Sato on the final corner of the last lap. The Canadian’s attempt to pass Sato a lap earlier had been frustrated when the Japanese driver defended with a move that barely straddled the line between fair racing and blocking, and Hinchcliffe initially received a similar reception on his repeat attempt. But he responded by jinking to the other side of Sato’s car and getting a better run out of the corner, taking the lead for the first time in the race with the finish line in sight.
May 4th, 2013
Will Power set the pace in the opening practice session for this weekend’s IndyCar race at the Sao Paulo street circuit. The Australian, who is the only driver ever to have won at the track, topped the times with a best lap of 1m21.8517s.
May 2nd, 2013
Dreyer & Reinbold Racing, also known as Panther DRR, has confirmed its intention to withdraw from the 2013 IndyCar season after the Indianapolis 500 due to a lack of funds. The team’s financial difficulties were revealed earlier this week, when team owner Robbie Buhl told AUTOSPORT that DRR hoped to find the backing to make occasional appearances later in the year. But in a statement issued on Wednesday, the team confirmed that it expects Indy to be its final race for the 2013
April 23rd, 2013
Tony Kanaan is expected to be fit for next weekend’s Sao Paulo IndyCar race, despite injuring his hand in a Long Beach crash. The Brazilian hurt his right hand when he hit the barriers while fighting Oriol Servia for fifth in the closing laps of the race
April 22nd, 2013
Takuma Sato singled out the immediate chemistry between himself and the AJ Foyt Racing team as the key to his breakthrough win at Long Beach on Sunday. The Japanese driver’s Long Beach victory came in his just third race with the team after moving across from Rahal Letterman at the end of 2012
April 21st, 2013
Carlos Munoz beat a decimated field to take both the race win and the championship lead in the Long Beach Indy Lights race. Half of the 10-car field had been eliminated within the first 11 laps, including a three-car accident at the start that accounted for two of Andretti driver Munoz’s main title rivals. The accident started when previous points leader Jack Hawksworth squeezed Andretti’s Zach Veach into the wall at the start, pitching both cars back across the track where they collected the unfortunate Peter Dempsey.
April 21st, 2013
Pickett Racing played the perfect strategy to claim a comfortable American Le Mans Series victory on the streets of Long Beach.
April 20th, 2013
Dario Franchitti will start Sunday’s IndyCar race at Long Beach from pole position after triumphing in a hard-fought qualifying session. Ganassi driver Franchitti, who came into the Long Beach weekend last in the points standings after two disastrous opening races, used his final flying lap to deliver a 1m07.2379s that improved the benchmark laid down by Ryan Hunter-Reay by 0.0555 seconds. Hunter-Reay’s time was still good enough to keep him on the front row for Andretti, although Penske’s Will Power was only a further 0.05s in arrears.
April 20th, 2013
Carlos Munoz will start Sunday’s Indy Lights race from pole position after a strong performance in qualifying at Long Beach. The top spot cycled through several drivers over the course of the afternoon before Munoz made it his own with a 1m12.9374s effort; the first lap to break the 1m13s mark this weekend. Points leader Jack Hawksworth rebounded from a heavy crash in Friday practice to go second-quickest for Schmidt Peterson, albeit with a time 0.3950 seconds down on that set by Andretti driver Munoz
April 20th, 2013
Neel Jani claimed another American Le Mans Series pole position for Rebellion with a dominant performance at Long Beach. The Swiss driver, whose team-mate Nick Heidfeld had topped the practice session, was the only driver to dip below the 1m13s barrier; his best time a 1m12.600s. That put him almost seven tenths clear of Guy Smith’s Dyson Racing Lola, which hit the tyre wall at Turn 8 at the end of the session
April 19th, 2013
Ryan Hunter-Reay went fastest in a patchy second IndyCar practice session at Long Beach, with track time interrupted four times by red flags. Hunter-Reay produced a 1m09.4224s to take the top spot for Andretti Autosport, leaving Rahal Letterman Lanigan’s series returnee Mike Conway second-quickest with a time just 0.0379 seconds off that set by the reigning champion. Early leader Will Power finished up with the third-best lap in his Penske entry, although the constant interruptions made it hard for all teams to string together meaningful runs
April 19th, 2013
Mikael Grenier will return to Indy Lights this weekend at Long Beach with Team Moore Racing. The 20-year-old Canadian will race the #22 car driven by Ethan Ringel on the streets of St Petersburg and by Victor Carbone last time out at Barber.
April 18th, 2013
The Indianapolis 500 rookie orientation programme will now take place on the opening weekend of practice for the race, after it was delayed earlier this month. The session, which is designed to allow Indy 500 newcomers to gradually get up to speed on the 2.5-mile oval, was originally scheduled for April 11.
April 17th, 2013
IndyCar race winner Ryan Briscoe will make his Le Mans 24 Hours debut in June with the Level 5 Motorsports squad. Briscoe, who is without a full-time IndyCar drive this year, made his debut with the HPD-equipped LMP2 team in last month’s American Le Mans Series opener at Sebring and will now stay with the squad for the remainder of the season, as predicted by AUTOSPORT.
April 10th, 2013
AJ Allmendinger believes that the postponement of the rookie orientation day at Indianapolis Motor Speedway could ultimately benefit his preparations for his first attempt at the Indy 500 next month.
March 19th, 2013
IndyCar has removed the activation delay of its push-to-pass system as part of new standardised rules for 2013. The series re-introduced the system at Toronto last year but tweaked the activation delay as the season progressed. Under new rules the system will now be instantaneous, although the length of each boost will fluctuate between each road or street course
March 12th, 2013
Helio Castroneves believes that IndyCar would benefit from a longer, more evenly-scheduled calendar as the series prepares to end a six month off-season in St Petersburg in two weeks.
March 1st, 2013
The revised DeltaWing experimental racer will be driven by Olivier Pla and Andy Meyrick at the Sebring 12 Hours later this month. Pla and Meyrick have been brought in to drive the lightweight Mazda-engined prototype, which will run in the LMP1 class this year, by the team manager of the new DeltaWing Racing Cars squad, David Price
February 11th, 2013
Former grand prix driver Nick Heidfeld and team regular Neel Jani will spearhead Rebellion Racing’s attack on the American Le Mans Series.