Posts Tagged ‘Dario Franchitti’
[IMS/Chevrolet/CGR PR] Three-time Indianapolis 500 winner Dario Franchitti will drive a 2014 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 to pace the 98th running of the Indianapolis 500 on May 25. It’s the eighth time a Camaro has served as the pace car, starting in 1967 – and the 25th time a Chevrolet has paced the race.
Dario Franchitti spoke to the media recently for the first time since his retirement after his crash at the Grand Prix of Houston. The full transcript of the press conference can be found here.
Yesterday’s announcement of Dario Franchitti’s retirement drew emotions and laud from all corners of the IndyCar community. Here, the team at More Front Wing throws our hats into the ring in celebration of his legendary career.
[TCGR PR] A storied career comes to a potentially premature close as three-time Indianapolis 500 Winner and four-time IndyCar Series Champion Dario Franchitti announces that he will be unable to continue racing.
Dario Franchitti has been released from a Houston hospital following his violent accident on the last lap of Sunday’s Shell & Pennzoil Grand Prix of Houston.
On October 7th, INDYCAR issued a statement updating on Dario Franchitti’s condition after the last lap crash in race 2 of the Shell and Pennzoil Grand Prix of Houston.
Paul discusses some of his highlights from his weekend covering the 2013 Honda Grand Prix of St. Petersburg.
Steph offers a rundown of the results posted by IZOD IndyCar Series regulars in GRAND-AM’s 51st Rolex 24 at Daytona.
Paul digs into some of the great storylines from the 96th running of the Indianapolis 500.
[IMS PR] Dario Franchitti earned $2,474,280 from an overall purse of $13,285,815 for his victory Sunday, May 27 in the 96th Indianapolis 500 Mile Race. Rubens Barrichello came away as the Chase Rookie of the Year.
[TCGR PR] The No. 10 Target Honda of four-time and defending INDYCAR Champion and two-time Indianapolis 500 Winner Dario Franchitti will change to the No. 50 for the 96th running of the Indianapolis 500 in honor of Target’s 50th anniversary.
In yesterday’s commentary, I mentioned that this could be a crazy day and a crazy race. In a word — yup. Yes, Will Power won the race, but he came from 12th to do it. Like Barber last weekend, where he won from 9th, that just doesn’t happen around here. Power’s win capped off a day […]