Posts Tagged ‘Bryan Herta Autosport’
[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.
BHA driver Jack Hawksworth has been medically cleared by INDYCAR medical personnel to participate in this weekend’s Iowa Corn Indy 300.
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.
Bryan Herta Autosport has announced Integrity Energee Drink will be the primary sponsor on the #98 entry for the remainder of the 2014 Verizon IndyCar Series.
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.
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.
My name is Lloyd Read, and I’m driving in Indy Lights for Bryan Herta Autosport. I’ll be keeping you updated on things all year long here at More Front Wing. Here’s how our season opener went — and I’ll tell you, dodging airborne tires is no way to start a season!
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!
[BHA PR] Bryan Herta Autosport (BHA) announced today that British racing driver Jack Hawksworth will drive the Honda-powered No. 98 car for the 2014 IndyCar season.
Alex Tagliani spoke candidly with More Front Wing earlier this week on his concerns that aero kits will hurt the smaller teams and that INDYCAR’s blocking rules need to be more clearly defined.
[Honda PR] American Honda and its Honda Performance Development (HPD) subsidiary will power a single-car effort from Team Barracuda-Bryan Herta Autosport for veteran Canadian driver Alex Tagliani at the 2012 Indianapolis 500 and for the remainder of the 2012 IZOD IndyCar Series.
Paul and ESPN.com motorsports writer John Oreovicz discuss last weekend’s Indianapolis 500 and whether former INDYCAR CEO Tony George should have role in the current INDYCAR administration.