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April 3rd, 2013
Ana Beatriz will remain in the second Dale Coyne Racing car until at least the Indy 500, the team confirmed today. The Brazilian joined the team on a part-time basis ahead of the season-opener at St Petersburg two weeks ago, where she finished 22nd. Although she has 23 IndyCar starts to her credit, this weekend will mark her first race at the Alabama circuit.
March 19th, 2013
Ana Beatriz will contest IndyCar’s St Petersburg season-opener with the Dale Coyne Racing squad.
March 12th, 2013
Stefan Wilson could be set to join brother Justin in the IndyCar Series after lining up a Dale Coyne Racing test. The 2007 McLaren AUTOSPORT BRDC Award winner will drive the car on day two of IndyCar’s official pre-season test at Barber Motorsports Park on Wednesday. The younger Wilson finished third in Indy Lights in 2011 but sat out most of last year.
August 4th, 2012
A late flying lap from Justin Wilson was enough to give the Briton the top spot in the second IndyCar practice session at Mid-Ohio. Wilson put his Dale Coyne Racing entry at the top of the timing screens with a 1m06.3018s effort, 0.0116 seconds better than the next-quickest driver Simon Pagenaud. The two fastest times followed a late restart after Helio Castroneves and Mike Conway came together at the Kink, prompting a red flag.
July 7th, 2012
All of the pit crew members involved in yesterday’s pitlane accident during the first IndyCar practice session have escaped serious injury and have been released from hospital. Dragon Racing crew members Chuck Homan and Raffi Aroyan were taken to St Michaels’ hospital to have leg and ankle injuries evaluated after they were hit by the Dale Coyne Racing car of Justin Wilson, but the series has confirmed that neither suffered any broken bones, and that both have now been released.
July 6th, 2012
Dario Franchitti continued to set the pace on the opening day of practice for this weekend’s IndyCar race in Toronto, the Scot backing up his fastest time in the morning by again going quickest in the second session. Franchitti delivered a best time of 1m00.2786s to put himself ahead of Schmidt Hamilton’s Simon Pagenaud by 0.1 seconds, although the Ganassi driver was forced to sit out the closing minutes after glancing the barriers.
July 6th, 2012
Justin Wilson says that he had no chance of avoiding the pitlane accident that injured members of the Dale Coyne Racing and Dragon Racing pit crews during the first IndyCar practice session on the Toronto street circuit. Two members of the Dragon crew have been taken to a nearby hospital to have leg and ankle injuries evaluated and two other crew members were assessed at the infield medical centre after a Wilson suffered a mechanical problem while approaching his pit bay.
July 6th, 2012
Two members of the Dragon Racing pitcrew have been taken to St Michaels’ hospital in Toronto following a pitlane accident during this morning’s first IndyCar practice session. Chuck Homan and Raffi Aroyan were both transported to hospital for further evaluation of leg and ankle injuries respectively after Justin Wilson (Dale Coyne Racing) made contact with Dragon’s Sebastien Bourdais in the pits while Bourdais’ car was being worked on. Coyne team sources told AUTOSPORT that Wilson was unable to select neutral as he was entering his pit bay
June 16th, 2012
Ryan Briscoe became the seventh driver to be issued a grid penalty for this weekend’s IndyCar race at Milwaukee for an engine change following practice. The Penske driver joins team-mate Will Power, Rahal Letterman Lanigan’s Takuma Sato, Sarah Fisher Hartman’s Josef Newgarden, Ganassi’s Scott Dixon, AJ Foyt’s Mike Conway and Dale Coyne Racing’s Justin Wilson in facing a 10-place grid penalty for Saturday’s race.
June 16th, 2012
Justin Wilson set the fastest time in the second IndyCar practice session at Milwaukee.
June 13th, 2012
IndyCar’s two main championship contenders Will Power and Scott Dixon are among the six drivers who will have to overcome 10-place grid penalties at this weekend’s Milwaukee round. Power (Penske) and Dixon (Ganassi) will both be required to make unauthorised engine changes for the Milwaukee race after suffering engine failures during testing at Iowa yesterday.
June 11th, 2012
Race winner Justin Wilson is one of two IndyCar drivers to have been issued with post-race penalties for technical breaches at Texas last weekend.
June 1st, 2012
Will Power went quickest in the second practice session for this weekend’s IndyCar race on the Belle Island street circuit in Detroit. On a track that had mostly dried out from the morning’s heavy rain, the Penske driver posted a best time of 1m12.8355s, putting him just 0.09 seconds clear of Dale Coyne Racing’s Justin Wilson. Power’s team-mate Ryan Briscoe was third-fastest, with Schmidt Hamilton’s Simon Pagenaud and KV Racing’s Tony Kanaan rounding out the top five
June 1st, 2012
Takuma Sato topped a wet opening practice session for this weekend’s IndyCar race on Detroit’s Belle Isle street circuit. The Rahal Letterman Lanigan driver, who crashed while attempting to pass Dario Franchitti for the lead on the final lap of last weekend’s Indianapolis 500, managed a best lap of 1m28.4739s on a track covered with standing water after several hours of rain.
May 16th, 2012
Marco Andretti is convinced that the Andretti Autosport team is in good shape for next weekend’s Indy 500 after topping the fourth day of practice at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Andretti’s 40.2367s lap was clocked at 223.676mph, putting him just ahead of Penske’s Helio Castroneves (222.025mph) and his Andretti team-mate James Hinchcliffe (221.864mph), and he said that he was delighted with how his car was developing
May 14th, 2012
IndyCar series returnee Sebastian Saavedra topped the second day of practice for the Indy 500 with a lap of 40.6272s (221.526mph) in the AFS Racing/Andretti entry. The Colombian, who returned to Indy Lights this year after a full IndyCar season in 2011, led a day dominated by young drivers, with Sarah Fisher Racing duo Bryan Clauson and Josef Newgarden completing the top three. Saavedra said that his laptime was made possible by how well the five Andretti drivers are working together in preparation for the May 27 race.
March 6th, 2012
IndyCar race-winner Justin Wilson says the new DW12 chassis is unlike anything else he has ever driven. The former Formula 3000 champion, Formula 1 racer and Champ Car frontrunner has spent the past four years in the IndyCar Series’ old Dallara, and says the behaviour of the 2012 machine is very different
March 5th, 2012
Ryan Hunter-Reay was quickest for Andretti Autosport on the opening day of the first major group test for the IndyCar Series’ new DW12 car. The field has been split into two groups for four days of testing at Sebring this week, with 11 drivers participating on Monday and Tuesday, and a further 15 running on Thursday and Friday. Chevrolet runners led the way today, with Hunter-Reay and Penske’s Helio Castroneves topping one session each and ending the day first and second on combined times.
January 26th, 2012
Justin Wilson’s long-expected return to Dale Coyne Racing for the 2012 IndyCar season has finally been confirmed. The Briton delivered Coyne’s first win at Watkins Glen in 2009, but left at the end of the year to spend two seasons with Dreyer & Reinbold. His return coincides with that of engineer Bill Pappas, who worked with him in his previous stint with the team.
January 7th, 2012
Justin Wilson made a successful return to the cockpit after his injury lay-off on Friday, having been confirmed as part of Michael Shank Racing’s line-up for the Daytona 24 Hours. IndyCar race-winner Wilson has not competed since suffering a fractured vertebrae in a practice crash at Lexington last August. He and AJ Allmendinger will again join MSR’s Grand-Am regulars Ozz Negri and John Pew in the team’s Riley-Ford for the 24-hour race on 28-29 January