Posts Tagged ‘IZOD IndyCar Series – Administration’
[INDYCAR PR] INDYCAR has updated the procedures for standing starts, which will be implemented at Race 1 of the Toronto and Houston doubleheader weekends.
[INDYCAR PR] INDYCAR announced today that it will implement three-wide starts for the IZOD IndyCar Series races at Pocono Raceway and Auto Club Speedway, reinstating a “Triple Crown” tradition.
[INDYCAR PR] In its continued effort to open the door to increased technical innovation in its cars and further its longstanding effort to improve safety in open-wheel racing, INDYCAR outlined today its long-term IZOD IndyCar Series competition strategy.
[INDYCAR PR] Following the drivers’ meeting, INDYCAR officials issued a memo to IZOD IndyCar Series teams clarifying competition rules used this weekend.
[INDYCAR PR] INDYCAR has updated its qualifying procedures for Race 2 of its IZOD IndyCar Series doubleheader weekends.
[INDYCAR PR] INDYCAR announced today that qualifications for the second race of the IZOD IndyCar Series doubleheaders at Belle Isle, Toronto and Houston will be split into two groups.
The No. 8 entry for Ryan Briscoe, No. 15 entry for Graham Rahal, and No. 17 entry for Michel Jourdain, Jr. have all been fined for technical rule infractions following Indianapolis 500 qualifying.
[INDYCAR PR] Derrick Walker has officially been named President, Operations & Competition of INDYCAR.
[INDYCAR PR] SONAX, named Official Automobile Detail Partner of INDYCAR, has announced that it will award a cash prize to any driver who can win both races in a doubleheader weekend at Detroit, Toronto, or Houston.
[INDYCAR PR] INDYCAR announced today the formation of an advisory Competition Committee, creating a formalized communication platform with various industry stakeholders on competition- and technical-related matters.
The contributors at More Front Wing take some guesses — some educated, some not so much — at what Friday’s announcement at Indianapolis Motor Speedway may be about.
Jenna Fryer at the Associated Press has acquired a copy of Boston Consulting Group’s report to the Hulman-George family. Here, Steph offers her off-the-cuff reactions to some of its key recommendations.