Posts Tagged ‘Chevrolet’
[Chevrolet PR] With two races remaining in the 18 race season, the Chevrolet IndyCar V6 engine program has clinched the 2014 Verizon IndyCar Series Manufacturer Championship.
[INDYCAR PR] A total of 50 points have been deducted from Chevrolet’s manufacturer championship total and Honda’s total has been reduced by 30 points for violation of engine sporting regulations.
We’ve each selected the top three stories that we find fascinating going into the 2014 Verizon IndyCar Series season. See how our lists compare and add yours to the conversation!
[INDYCAR PR] INDYCAR announced today that Chevrolet and Honda will provide distinct aerodynamic configurations for the IndyCar Series chassis beginning in 2015.
On this week’s episode of the More Front Wing podcast, Paul and John break down the highlights and lowlights of the Shell and Pennzoil Grand Prix of Houston.
Earlier today, Chip Ganassi Racing confirmed that the team has signed Tony Kanaan to compete in a fourth entry in 2014 that will be sponsored by NTT Data. Click here to find a selection of quotes from the media availability following the announcement.
[CGR PR] In a press conference Friday at the Shell and Pennzoil Grand Prix of Houston, Chip Ganassi Racing confirmed an expansion to four cars to welcome Tony Kanaan to the team and announced a move to Chevrolet powerplants for the 2014 season.
Watch as MFW’s Steph Wallcraft takes two hot laps around Indianapolis Motor Speedway in a Chevrolet Hot Wheels Camaro driven by Stefan Wilson.
Paul looks back on a busy qualifying weekend for the 97th Running of the Indianapolis 500 and presents his thoughts on some of the recent changes to the qualifying format for the Greatest Spectacle in Racing while adding some ideas of his own.
[INDYCAR PR] INDYCAR provided an update today regarding the status of fresh engines remaining for each team for the remainder of the IZOD IndyCar Series season.
Paul recaps the highlights from Pole Day for the 96th Running of the Indianapolis 500
[Chevrolet PR/INDYCAR PR] The No. 7 Dragon Racing entry driven by Sebastien Bourdais and the No. 6 Dragon Racing entry driven by Katherine Legge will be powered by Chevrolet twin turbo, direct-injected IndyCar V-6 engines effective immediately.