Posts Tagged ‘Andretti Autosport’
[Andretti PR] French-native Franck Montagny will return to the Verizon IndyCar Series in May to pilot the No. 26 Honda at the inaugural Grand Prix of Indianapolis.
[INDYCAR PR] Ryan Hunter-Reay qualified second for the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach in 2010, ’11 and ’13 with one victory to represent the efforts. On April 13, he’ll start the 40th annual race on the temporary street circuit from the inside of the front row.
[Lights PR] A thrilling 40-minute qualifying session for tomorrow’s Long Beach 100, Round 2 of the Indy Lights Presented by Cooper Tires, ended with first-round winner Zach Veach vaulting from fourth to first on the very last lap.
I’m Garett Grist, one of the Pro Mazda drivers at Andretti Autosport, and I’m excited to be blogging for you this season at More Front Wing! After such a strong start at Winterfest, we were looking forward to getting to St. Petersburg and seeing what we could do to start the regular season. Unfortunately, things didn’t go as planned.
[Andretti PR] Michael Andretti and his championship winning IndyCar racing effort, Andretti Autosport, announced today that industry veteran Roger Griffiths has joined the team as the new Director of Motorsport Development, and will work with all areas of Andretti racing competition including the INDYCAR ladder and Andretti Formula E, as well as Volkswagen Andretti Rallycross (VARX).
I’m Shelby Blackstock, and I’m once again racing in the Pro Mazda Championship with Andretti Autosport for 2014. I’m looking forward to keeping you updated on my season here at More Front Wing. Here’s a rundown of my weekend at the Grand Prix of St. Petersburg.
Zach Veach won in Indy Lights, Spencer Pigot won in Pro Mazda, and RC Enerson won in USF2000. Here’s the full rundown of the Mazda Road to Indy race results from Sunday at the Grand Prix of St. Petersburg.
We’re thrilled to introduce a greatly expanded driver blogger line-up for 2014 featuring five drivers from all three levels of the Mazda Road to Indy!
All eyes are on Matthew Brabham as he moves up to Indy Lights after rewriting the record books in Pro Mazda last season. But in a year of immense transition, will it be simply Brabham versus the rest, or will other title contenders emerge? Steph Wallcraft takes a look.
[Andretti/IndyCar PR] It has been over a decade since it was last completed, but this May NASCAR Champion Kurt Busch will endeavor to become only the fourth driver in history to contest the “Double” – competing in IndyCar’s historic Indianapolis 500 and NASCAR’s 600-mile race in the same day.
In this rare foray into an off-season More Front Wing podcast, we speak to James Hinchcliffe about the many changes he’s facing this season, review Cooper Tires Winterfest, and round up the hot topics in the IndyCar world as we get ever closer to the season opener in St. Petersburg.
With a new sponsor, a new engineering team, a new powerplant, and a new promotional gig with Honda Canada to contend with in 2014, James Hinchcliffe is looking at a lot of change for the coming season. But he’s taking it all very much in stride.