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February 4th, 2011
Takuma Sato and EJ Viso will stay on with KV Racing Technology for the 2011 IndyCar season, with both now running in Lotus colours. Group Lotus had announced last year that it would be expanding its partnership with KV in advance of its move into engine and aero kit supply under the 2012 rules, and KV has now confirmed that it will be Viso’s entry that joins Sato’s under the Lotus banner.
October 8th, 2010
New IndyCar team SH Racing has announced a tie-up with KV Racing Technology to field a single car in the 2011 Indianapolis 500. SH is a partnership between James Sullivan, whose background is in Motocross, Supercross and the X-Games, and TJ Humphreys, a successful businessman in the sports nutrition industry.
September 28th, 2010
Lotus Motorsport will expand its IndyCar partnership with KV Racing in 2011 and has confirmed that it will design bodywork for the new-for-2012 next generation IndyCar Series rules. The company, which in its original incarnation won the 1965 Indianapolis 500, returned to American motorsport in a sponsorship and technical support deal with KV this season. The tie-up saw Takuma Sato running a classic green Lotus livery on his Dallara IndyCar for his rookie season.
September 19th, 2010
Mario Moraes has been released from hospital uninjured following his crash in today’s IndyCar Series race at Motegi. The KV Racing driver made hard rearward contact with the Turn 2 wall in the incident on lap 66.
September 18th, 2010
Helio Castroneves will start from pole at Motegi for the fourth time in five years after leading a Penske one-two-three sweep in IndyCar qualifying. Last year Penske had been unable to match its arch-rival Ganassi at the Japanese track, but so far this weekend it has emphatically turned the tables – leading both practice sessions and then showing dominant qualifying pace. The team’s main title contender Will Power took third on the grid, behind Castroneves and Ryan Briscoe, for his first start at Motegi.
September 5th, 2010
Helio Castroneves snatched victory at Kentucky Speedway with a canny fuel strategy, staying out as the rest of the leaders had to make last minute pitstops. An additional stop during a mid-race yellow had put the Penske driver out of sequence with the rest of the pack.
September 3rd, 2010
Ed Carpenter claimed his first ever IndyCar pole position in a qualifying session full of surprises at Kentucky Speedway. Points leader Will Power was denied pole by Carpenter’s superb run, but still earned a front row slot on a day when most of the regular frontrunners underperformed – including his title rival Dario Franchitti, who was only 11th.
September 3rd, 2010
Dario Franchitti was quickest in a rain-interrupted IndyCar practice session at Kentucky Speedway. After 20 minutes of clear running initially, moisture and debris at Turn 1 forced the first yellow, before a long rain shower led to a pause of nearly half an hour.
August 20th, 2010
Last year’s winner Dario Franchitti edged out championship leader Will Power in Friday IndyCar practice at Sears Point. Just 0.0041 seconds separated the Ganassi and Penske drivers, as Power got straight onto the pace on his return to the track where he suffered a serious back injury last year.
August 7th, 2010
Will Power shrugged off his hefty morning practice crash to claim his seventh pole of the IndyCar season. Penske’s championship-leading Australian was fastest in the top 12 sesson, then after initially keeping a low profile in the Fast Six pole shoot-out, he blasted to the top spot with a 1m07.1997s. Power deposed Dario Franchitti (Ganassi), who had only just taken first place from the impressive Takuma Sato, as KV’s former grand prix driver showed his best IndyCar form yet to claim the inside second row place.
August 7th, 2010
Ryan Briscoe grabbed the fastest time in a frenetic end to Saturday morning IndyCar practice at Mid-Ohio, while his championship-leading Penske team-mate Will Power had a heavy crash. Power was on his eighth lap of the session when he went off at Turn 1 and had a violent rearward impact with the tyre barriers.
July 27th, 2010
EDMONTON, Alberta — When Jimmy Vasser became a team owner, he wanted to one day emulate a team owner that he achieved much of his success with as a driver — Chip Ganassi. And while Vasser’s KV Racing Technology team was a winner in Champ Car and has been competitive in IndyCar, the 2010 IZOD IndyCar Series season has been too much like Ganassi’s 2005 IndyCar campaign with a series of crashed race cars and costly equipment. That certainly isn’t what Vasser had in mind when he wanted to be compared Ganassi
July 23rd, 2010
Dario Franchitti and Scott Dixon gave Ganassi a one-two in the first free practice session at Edmonton.
July 4th, 2010
Will Power extended his IndyCar Series points lead with a commanding victory at Watkins Glen. The Australian led home his countryman and Penske team-mate Ryan Briscoe in a one-two, with the latter passing Dario Franchitti for the runner-up spot on the final lap. The race was a close fought battle between Penske and Ganassi from the outset
May 28th, 2010
Dario Franchitti led Scott Dixon in a Ganassi one-two on Carb Day – the final practice session before Sunday’s Indianapolis 500. This morning’s traditional one-hour practice period is the only opportunity for teams to do any mileage between the end of qualifying and the race itself.
May 24th, 2010
A ‘heartbroken’ Paul Tracy said handling changes caused by Bump Day’s unexpectedly hot weather led to his failure to qualify for the Indianapolis 500. The former Champ Car champion had been competitive in practice, but failed to make the top 24 on Pole Day, thanks in part to a gearbox issue on his first run. His Bump Day qualifying attempt was off the pace and in the final minutes he found himself on the bubble in 33rd
May 21st, 2010
Last year’s winner Helio Castroneves was quickest on the final day of practice ahead of qualifying for the 2010 Indianapolis 500. The Brazilian, who also took pole in 2009 prior to notching up his third Indy win, led a Penske one-two ahead of his championship-leading team-mate Will Power
May 19th, 2010
Scott Dixon continued to the set the pace throughout this week’s Indianapolis 500 practice, shaving seventh hundreds of a second off his best Tuesday time to lead the field again on Wednesday. The 2008 Indy 500 winner jumped to the top of the timesheet inside the first hour with a 226.971mph lap that would stand unbeaten for the rest of the day. There were long periods of quiet on the track throughout the six hour session as teams limited their running.
May 18th, 2010
Scott Dixon set the fastest lap of Tuesday’s running during this week’s Indianapolis 500 practice.