Archive for the ‘Indy Lights’ Category
[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.
Rain is said to be the great equalizer in motor racing. For Lloyd Read, Sunday’s rain at Barber Motorsports Park also left him with some vindication — and left him wanting more.
Spencer Pigot made it four for four in Pro Mazda and Gabby Chaves won his second race of the Indy Lights season in today’s action at Barber Motorsports Park.
[Mazda Road to Indy PR] Each of the winners at every level of the Mazda Road to Indy today at Barber Motorsports Park has already won at least one race in his respective series this season. Click here for the full reports and results from all four races.
Road to Indy TV is three episodes in as a new biweekly series designed to promote the cars and stars of the Mazda Road to Indy. Click here to get caught up!
It’s amazing how the tiniest detail can ruin an entire race weekend. In Lloyd Read’s blog from the Indy Lights event at Long Beach, he reveals the one little thing that brought his Long Beach hopes crashing down: an oil cap.
[Lights PR] Colombian-American Gabby Chaves turned the tables on Zach Veach to claim a finely judged victory in this morning’s Long Beach 100, Round 2 of the Indy Lights Presented by Cooper Tires.