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June 8th, 2013
Tony Kanaan topped the second and final practice session before Saturday night’s IndyCar race at Texas Motor Speedway. Kanaan went to the top shortly after the start of the Friday evening session with a 218.551mph lap for KV, and his speed remained unbeaten.
June 22nd, 2012
Marco Andretti topped the opening practice session for this weekend’s IndyCar Series race at Iowa Speedway. Andretti, who won last year’s race at the 7/8th mile oval, set the pace with a best lap of 184.832mph to finish up just ahead of Sarah Fisher Hartman’s Josef Newgarden and Bryan Herta Autosport’s Alex Tagliani. Ryan Briscoe (Penske) and Scott Dixon (Ganassi) completed the top five
June 18th, 2012
IndyCar has tweaked the procedure for determining the qualifying groups for the three heat races that will decide the starting grid at this weekend’s round at Iowa. Qualification groups will be decided by laptimes set during the second practice session on the 0.875 mile oval. Race one will then be made up of even-numbered positions starting from the 10th-quickest practice time, and will decide the grid from 10th downwards
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
May 19th, 2012
Helio Castroneves set out his bid for a fifth Indianapolis 500 pole position by setting the best lap of the month so far in the Pole Day morning practice session. The Penske driver produced a lap of 39.5181 seconds at an average speed of 227.744mph early in the two-hour practice, which saw the field split into two groups for half an hour of running each before all cars were allowed to take to the track for the final hour. Chevrolet-powered cars filled the top three positions, with Ana Beatriz second in Andretti Autosport and Conquest Racing’s joint entry, followed by Castroneves’ team-mate Ryan Briscoe.
April 14th, 2012
Will Power set the fastest time in Saturday’s third IndyCar practice session in Long Beach. On a morning peppered with several red flag interruptions, Power managed to make the most of the available time under greens to post a best lap of 1m10.7553s, putting him just 0.0170 seconds clear of Andretti Autosport’s Ryan Hunter-Reay. Power’s Penske team-mate Helio Castroneves was third-fastest, but also triggered one of the reds when he caught too much of the kerb on the inside of Turn 5 and was pitched into the wall.
April 1st, 2012
Will Power came through from ninth on the grid to win the Barber Motorsports Park IndyCar race. The Penske driver made it to the front by the final stint, and was eventually able to edge away after a tussle with Ganassi’s Scott Dixon.
March 30th, 2012
Heavy rain resulted in a wash-out of Friday’s second IndyCar practice session at Barber Motorsports Park, although Takuma Sato was quickest of the drivers who did venture out to brave the conditions. The Rahal Letterman Lanigan racer set a best time of 1m18.8684s, although he only completed three laps before retreating to the team trailer. Dragon’s Sebastien Bourdais was second-fastest with a time 0.4 slower than that set by Sato, with Ganassi’s Scott Dixon rounding out the top three.
March 25th, 2012
Mike Conway has gone quickest in the final warm-up session ahead of today’s IndyCar season-opener at St Petersburg. On a track drying from overnight rain, the AJ Foyt driver produced a best time of 1m03.2891 to put himself just a few hundredths clear of Rahal Letterman Lanigan’s Takuma Sato, who’d held the top spot earlier in the session. The tricky conditions prompted a cautious approach throughout the field, which was reflected in the times – of the top six qualifiers, only Ryan Hunter-Reay figured anywhere near the top of the timesheets, while polesitter Will Power finished up 20th
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.
February 16th, 2012
The future of IndyCar’s Baltimore street race appears to have been secured, with city officials having appointed a new promoter for the event. Last year’s inaugural race was an enormous hit with drivers and fans, but the viability of the event was cast into doubt when it was revealed that the organiser had been struck by severe financial troubles. City officials cancelled the original contract in December, but Baltimore mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake announced yesterday that a new company called Downforce Racing – comprised of two Baltimore entrepreneurs and Indianapolis-based construction executive Dale Dillon – will now run the event
August 27th, 2011
Will Power led an all-Penske top three to take pole position for Sunday’s IndyCar race at Sears Point with a dominant performance in qualifying. Power, who won at the California road course last year, set the benchmark with a 1m18.6017s effort that proved well beyond the reach of any of his rivals.
August 25th, 2011
Will Power has been fined US$30,000 and put on probation for the rest of the season following his outburst against IndyCar race officials at the last round at New Hampshire. The Penske driver ended up in the wall after trying to avoid Danica Patrick’s spinning car when the race was restarted in wet conditions eight laps from the end. After remonstrating with officials from inside the car, he later branded their actions as “disgraceful” during a TV interview and said that resuming the event in such conditions had put drivers in serious danger
March 25th, 2011
Andretti Autosport’s Ryan Hunter-Reay was quickest in the first IndyCar practice session of the season in St Petersburg.