Articles By: More Front Wing Staff
[Foyt PR] Takuma Sato will continue as driver of A.J. Foyt’s No. 14 ABC Supply Honda for the 2014 IndyCar Series.
[Fan Force United PR] After a season on the sidelines, Fan Force United is excited to announce their return to Indy Lights presented by Cooper Tires, with Mazda Road to Indy veteran Scott Anderson leading their return to competition.
Our USF2000 blogger, Daniel Burkett, tested with his team Belardi Auto Racing at last week’s Chris Griffis Memorial Test. There, he got his first taste of P1 in this series. And now he’s hungry for more.
What’s your best memory of your time as an IndyCar fan? We’re gathering 100 fan memories for our 100th More Front Wing podcast, and we want to hear yours!
[Belardi PR] Alex Baron, who made his debut in USF2000 in 2013 for the last two rounds at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca and the Grand Prix of Houston, is the first driver in the Belardi Indy Lights line-up for 2014.
[SPM PR] Schmidt Peterson Motorsports (SPM) has signed Racing Steps Foundation-backed driver Jack Harvey, the highest finishing rookie in Europe’s GP3 Series in 2013, to drive one of its Indy Lights entries in 2014.
[Ganassi PR] Chip Ganassi Racing Teams (CGRT) and NTT DATA, a leading global IT services provider, announced today they have signed Indy car veteran and seven-time winner Ryan Briscoe to drive the No. 8 NTT DATA Chevrolet in the IndyCar Series. Along with the signing of Briscoe, Tony Kanaan will move into the seat vacated by four-time IndyCar Series Champion and three-time Indianapolis 500 Winner Dario Franchitti in the No. 10 Target Chevrolet.
[Rising Star PR] The new Rising Star Racing organization has an important mission in the world of motorsports – to help ensure that the most deserving drivers get the opportunities they have earned. By providing funding, support and guidance for select young drivers, Rising Star Racing will help bridge the gap between talent and opportunity.
[INDYCAR PR] INDYCAR announced today that Chevrolet and Honda will provide distinct aerodynamic configurations for the IndyCar Series chassis beginning in 2015.
[Mazda Road to Indy PR] The entire Mazda Road to Indy spent the last two days at the Chris Griffis Memorial Test at Barber Motorsports Park, and some new names emerged at the tops of the time charts in each series.
[IMS PR] The Indiana Motorsports Commission approved preliminary plans by Hulman & Company to invest state funds on infrastructure upgrades at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, targeted at improvements that enhance the quality of motorsport events and the fan experience at the facility.
This third and final excerpt from Hard Luck Lloyd discusses the 1969 Indianapolis 500, one of Lloyd Ruby’s closest calls with the Borg-Warner Trophy that instead became one of the most infamous DNFs in the history of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.