Archive for the ‘Mazda Road to Indy’ Category
Three first-time winners celebrated on the streets of Toronto: Alex Baron in Indy Lights, and Florian Latorre and Jake Eidson in USF2000.
Summer vacation is over, but Daniel Burkett couldn’t be more excited about it — his home race is about to start! Click here to read about how special the Honda Indy Toronto is to the young Canadian USF2000 racer.
Get set for USF2000′s return to action on the streets of Toronto by reading this personal account from ArmsUp Motorsports racer Aaron Telitz of his victory at the last race, the Night Before the 500 at Lucas Oil Raceway.
Episodes 7 and 8 of Road to Indy TV are now online providing a halftime report on the seasons thus far and a review of the weekend at Houston.
[JDC PR] F1600 standout Garth Rickards will join Clark Toppe with JDC Motorsports in USF2000 action on the streets of Toronto.
[Andersen PR] The Mazda Road to Indy continues to expand its outreach to the grassroots levels of the sport with today’s announcement that Andersen Promotions has formed an alliance with the Australia Formula Ford Association Inc. (FFA) with immediate effect.
[Phinny PR] American race car driver Ryan Phinny has announced that he will be joining Bryan Herta Autosport in Indy Lights for Toronto, Mid-Ohio, and Sonoma. This entire program is focused on preparing him for a full IndyCar program in 2015.
[Indy Lights PR] Zach Veach broke the Indy Lights points tie by claiming the pole position this morning for the Pocono 100, but Gabby Chaves moved to the front on Lap 7 and never looked back.
[Pro Mazda PR] Spencer Pigot bounced back from a series of misfortunes to score a commanding victory in today’s second leg of the Allied Building Products Pro Mazda Grand Prix of Houston Presented by Marlin CNG Services.
[Pro Mazda PR] Scott Hargrove claimed victory today in the strangest of fashions during the first leg of the Allied Building Products Pro Mazda Grand Prix of Houston Presented by Marlin CNG Services at MD Anderson Cancer Center Speedway at NRG Park.
Michael Johnson never set out to be a trailblazer or pioneer. He never sought to become a hero to many. He just knew that he loved racing and spending time with his dad at the track. But fate had other designs for him.
Click here to read Shelby Blackstock’s personal account of his Month of May in Indianapolis and the busy racing schedule he has leading into the upcoming Shell and Pennzoil Grand Prix of Houston.