Archive for the ‘Indy Lights’ Category
Three first-time winners celebrated on the streets of Toronto: Alex Baron in Indy Lights, and Florian Latorre and Jake Eidson in USF2000.
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.
[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.
Recently, Road to Indy TV released its sixth episode of the season recapping the ladder’s entire Month of May by looking back at the Indy Lights Freedom 100 and the Pro Mazda and USF2000 races at Lucas Oil Raceway.
[Indy Lights PR] Colombian-American Gabby Chaves made amends for a heartbreaking second-place finish 12 months ago by scoring a sensational last-gasp victory in today’s Freedom 100, the jewel in the Indy Lights Presented by Cooper Tires crown, at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
[Indy Lights PR] Two weeks after claiming the first pole and race win of his Indy Lights Presented by Cooper Tires career on the 2.439-mile IMS road course, Brazilian Luiz Razia once again found himself on the top of the timing charts to win the Sunoco Pole Award for tomorrow’s Freedom 100.
The distinctive and innovative Dallara IL-15 chassis, which will form the backbone of the rejuvenated Indy Lights Presented by Cooper Tires, was unveiled today at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
The newly designed road course at the iconic Indianapolis Motor Speedway was shaping up to be a race that had everything, and Lloyd Read couldn’t wait to give it a try. Read his very personal account here.
[Mazda Road to Indy PR] On day 2 at the Grand Prix of Indianapolis: Luiz Razia was victorious in Indy Lights, Adrian Starrantino won in USF2000, and Scott Hargrove completed the weekend sweep in Pro Mazda.
Indy Lights, Pro Mazda, and USF2000 were all in action at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway today, and all three series saw first-time winners.
[SFHR PR] Kyle O’Gara will race in the Indy Lights Presented by Cooper Tires Freedom 100 on Friday, May 23 at the fabled Indianapolis Motor Speedway for Fan Force United (FFU) through a partnership with SFHR’s development program.