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May 13th, 2013
Lewis Hamilton says no stone will be left unturned when he visits the Mercedes factory later this week for a brainstorming session to cure the team’s tyre woes. The former world champion has a previously scheduled promotional appearance for a sponsor in Florida first, but he believes the trip to Brackley is now an essential after his disappointing Spanish Grand Prix.
April 4th, 2013
US race promoter Ralph Sanchez, who also played a key role in re-igniting Emerson Fittipaldi’s career, has died at the age of 64 after a long illness. Cuban-born Rafael, or Ralph, Sanchez was the architect of the Miami Grand Prix street race in the early 1980s, the Tamiami Park CART Indycar event later in the decade and then the Homestead oval to the south of the Florida city in the ’90s. Sanchez should also be credited with bringing Fittipaldi back to the cockpit, more than three years after he had retired from Formula 1.
March 21st, 2013
Will Power does not expect his quest for a maiden IndyCar championship to be any easier in 2013 as the teams prepare for the opening round at St Petersburg this weekend Power lost last year’s title to Andretti’s Ryan Hunter-Reay after crashing in the final round at Fontana, leaving him to finish runner-up in the standings for the third year in a row. IndyCar 2013 season guide The Australian topped all four sessions in last week’s open test at Barber , and while he said that his pace was encouraging, he is aware of the threat presented by his rivals
March 17th, 2013
The 1000-mile enduro at Road Atlanta will retain the Petit Le Mans name when it takes its place on the new United SportsCar Racing calendar next season. United SportsCar, which is the new name of the unified US sportscar series due to start in 2014, has signed a licensing deal with the Automobile Club de l’Ouest, the organiser of the Le Mans 24 Hours
March 25th, 2012
Helio Castroneves has admitted that his win in Sunday’s IndyCar curtain-raiser in St Petersburg was important for both himself and his Penske team after enduring the worst season of his career last year. The three-time Indianapolis 500 winner came into the weekend off the back of the first winless season of his career last year. His last victory had come at Motegi in 2010, and he said that opening his 2012 campaign with a win would be an important boost.
March 23rd, 2012
NASCAR President Mike Helton has defended the inspection process and the ruling against Jimmie Johnson and his team following the Daytona 500, despite a final appeal overturning most of the penalties imposed. Last Tuesday Hendrick Motorsports claimed an unexpected victory in the final appeal against NASCAR’s ruling on Johnson’s Daytona 500 car, which failed its first inspection ahead of the Sprint Cup season opener at the Florida oval
March 23rd, 2012
Andretti Autosport driver Ryan Hunter-Reay has expressed concern over changes that have been made to the kerbs at the St Petersburg street circuit ahead of this weekend’s opening round of the 2012 IndyCar season. The cars are yet to run on the Florida track, with the first practice session scheduled to start on Friday afternoon, but Hunter-Reay has suggested that the reprofiled kerbs could be too aggressive for the new Dallara DW12s, meaning that some cornering speeds will be lowered. “In the past here, we’ve been able to run over [the kerbs],” Hunter-Reay said.
March 15th, 2012
Audi continued its dominance of the Sebring 12 Hours weekend by locking out the top three positions in the second practice session on Thursday. Having gone fastest in the morning session, Romain Dumas put the #2 R18 turbodiesel he shares with Timo Bernhard and Loic Duval at the top of the timesheets again, only to be knocked off by 0.478s by Andre Lotterer in the sister car. Lotterer lapped the Florida circuit in 1m47.761s – the best time of the day- in the #1 car he is sharing with Benoit Treluyer and Romain Dumas
February 10th, 2012
Lucas Luhr topped official American Le Mans Series testing at Sebring this week on the maiden outing of HPD’s 2012-spec LMP1 car. The Pickett Racing squad, which is running one of the ARX-03a machines this year for GT1 world champion Luhr and Klaus Graf, set the pace on the second day of running at the Florida circuit in 1m48.192s with Luhr at the wheel
January 30th, 2012
AJ Allmendinger believes that he produced the best drive of his life to anchor Michael Shank Racing to victory at the Daytona 24 Hours. The NASCAR regular, who shared his Riley-Ford with Justin Wilson, Oswaldo Negri Jr and John Pew at the 50th anniversary running of the Florida enduro, was in contention for the win throughout the race. Allmendinger drove the final three hours of the race under constant pressure from Ryan Dalziel’s pole-sitting Starworks Riley-Ford as the gap between the pair fluctuated between three and 11 seconds due to a combination of traffic and caution periods
January 3rd, 2012
Allan McNish and Lucas Luhr will head an all-star line-up for Starworks Motorsport at the Daytona 24 Hours later this month. The pair will share one of the team’s Riley-Ford Daytona Prototypes along with Ryan Dalziel, who won the race in 2010, plus Venezuelans Enzo Potolicchio and Alex Popow.
November 17th, 2011
Drivers and NASCAR officials say they are still looking for ways to limit tandem racing at restrictor plate tracks following a Sprint Cup Series test at Daytona on Tuesday. Six drivers ran on the 2.5-mile high banks trying different restrictor plates, spoilers and suspension settings among other possible solutions as NASCAR hopes to at least limit the two-car drafting that has prevailed this year both at the Florida track and Talladega.
October 20th, 2011
Dan Wheldon’s funeral will be held on Saturday in Florida, his family has announced. The funeral will be held at the First Presbyterian Church of St.
July 19th, 2011
Successful driver and team owner Roy Winkelmann passed away in Florida early on July 17. He was 81. Winkelmann, a successful driver in North American sportscars during the early 1960s, was best known as the owner of Roy Winkelmann Racing, one of the most successful Formula 2 teams of the 1960s.
March 25th, 2011
Audi has completed the first test of what it referred to as the ‘evolution 2′ version of its new R18 Le Mans car. The closed-cockpit machine ran at Sebring this week following the Intercontinental Le Mans Cup-opening 12 Hours last weekend. All 10 works Audi drivers took part in the test, which also featured an old-style R15 TDI for comparison purposes.
March 24th, 2011
ORECA is planning to develop an aerodynamic bodykit for the all-new 2012 one-make IndyCars series, this week’s AUTOSPORT magazine reveals. The new regulations will allow teams and manufacturers to develop their own aerodynamic packages for the next generation Dallara Indy Car and the French manufacturer is keen to expand its business into new markets
March 20th, 2011
The Highcroft drivers declared themselves stunned by the performance of the new LMP1 HPD after it claimed second in the Sebring 12 Hours just a week after its track debut.
March 11th, 2011
Sebastien Bourdais’ return to American racing with Dale Coyne Racing looks increasingly likely to go ahead as the four-time Champ Car champion continues to test for the IndyCar squad. After an initial try-out at Sebring last month, Bourdais returned to the Florida track for the private IndyCar test this week.
January 18th, 2011
The Sports Car Club of America will hold its annual National Championship Runoffs at Wisconsin's Road America through 2013. (Mark Weber/SCCA Photo) TOPEKA, Kan. — The SCCA National Championship Runoffs will remain at Road America through the 2013 season
December 16th, 2010
Hurley Haywood (right) will return to the Grand Am Rolex Series for the Rolex 24 at Daytona Int'l Speedway in January. (Grand Am Photo) DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — Hurley Haywood just can’t seem to stay away.