Archive for the ‘IndyCar team PR’ Category
Winning Racer Will Drive Team’s Fourth Car in Verizon IndyCar Series Beginning Next Season
[CFH Racing PR] Sarah Fisher Hartman Racing (SFHR) and Ed Carpenter Racing (ECR) announced today the signing of Josef Newgarden to drive the No. 67 entry in 2015 for their newly merged Verizon IndyCar Series team, CFH Racing.
[CFH Racing PR] A merger was announced today between Ed Carpenter Racing and Sarah Fisher Hartman Racing to form a multi-car organization for the 2015 Verizon IndyCar Series. The team will be known as CFH Racing.
The National Guard will end its IndyCar and NASCAR sponsorship programs after the 2014 season according to Military Times.
BHA driver Jack Hawksworth has been medically cleared by INDYCAR medical personnel to participate in this weekend’s Iowa Corn Indy 300.
Fan Force United & Xclusive Marketing Agency has confirmed that Stefan Wilson has signed with the team to be its driver for its INDYCAR program in 2015.
[RLLR PR] Rahal Letterman Lanigan (RLL) Racing announced today that the team will enter a car for 2011 GP2 runner-up Luca Filippi in the Shell and Pennzoil Grand Prix of Houston and Honda Indy Toronto Verizon IndyCar Series doubleheaders. Associate sponsorship for the program will come from IMPCO and FightSMA.
KVSH Racing confirmed today that it will partner with Jonathan Byrd’s Racing to enter a car in the 2015 Indianapolis 500 for Bryan Clauson.
[SPM PR] Simon Pagenaud will celebrate the life of his hero, three-time Formula One World Champion Ayrton Senna, in the 98th Indianapolis 500 on Sunday, May 25 by wearing a helmet with a unique blend of Senna’s design and Pagenaud’s trademark red scheme.
James Hinchcliffe has been medically cleared by INDYCAR medical personnel to resume all driving duties.
[AJ Foyt Racing PR] Driver Takuma Sato will put his race-worn helmet, especially designed for the Indianapolis 500, up for auction to benefit With You Japan.
[KVRT PR] KV Racing Technology, the defending Indianapolis 500 champion team, announced today it will field a car for rookie driver James Davison in the 2014 Indianapolis 500.