Posts Tagged ‘Andretti Autosport’
Ryan Hunter-Reay and Andretti Autosport earn $2.5 million for Indy victory
Ryan Hunter-Reay, driving the No. 28 DHL car for Andretti Autosport, held off three-time Indy 500 winner Helio Castroneves by a hair-raising .0600 of a second — the second-closest margin of victory in the history of the event — in a six-lap shootout to claim his first Indy 500 victory.
Garett Grist of Andretti Autosport in Pro Mazda and Aaron Telitz of ArmsUp Motorsports in USF2000 scored their respective first victories of the 2014 season in the Night Before the 500 at Lucas Oil Raceway.
Garett Grist was part of a few crazy races early in his career, but the two Pro Mazda races on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course were the craziest he’s ever been a part of in race cars.
The Indianapolis Motor Speedway has done an amazing job reconfiguring the track, says Shelby Blackstock, and getting to drive down the front straight was something special.
James Hinchcliffe has been medically cleared by INDYCAR medical personnel to resume all driving duties.
This year’s date for The Yellow Party in Indianapolis is Thursday, May 22nd at The Crane Bay from 6:00 to 10:00 PM.
Indy Lights, Pro Mazda, and USF2000 were all in action at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway today, and all three series saw first-time winners.
[INDYCAR PR] INDYCAR officials have fined Andretti-HVM $2,000 for actions during the April 27 Verizon IndyCar Series race at Barber Motorsports Park.
We’re still not finding the first or second-place finishes we were looking for in this year’s Pro Mazda Championship. We have some good strong points on the car – it’s just that the weak points really, really hurt us.
My Andretti Autosport teammates and I got back earlier this week from Rounds 3 and 4 of the Pro Mazda season at Barber Motorsports Park. We’re really not where I thought we would be at this point in the year, especially not after the great results we had at Winterfest.
On this week’s More Front Wing podcast we catch up with two-time Indy Lights race winner Zach Veach of Andretti Autosport to discuss his title hopes while reviewing the Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama and looking ahead to the inaugural Grand Prix of Indianapolis.