Posts Tagged ‘James Hinchcliffe’
Derrick Walker says that IndyCar race control “made a new rule” as details emerge on the penalty issued to Marco Andretti this morning for ignoring race control’s instructions in race 1 yesterday at the Shell and Pennzoil Grand Prix of Houston.
On this week’s More Front Wing podcast, we catch up with James Hinchcliffe and Sebastien Bourdais as we catch up with the month of June thus far and look ahead to the Shell and Pennzoil Grand Prix of Houston.
James Hinchcliffe has been medically cleared by INDYCAR medical personnel to resume all driving duties.
Andretti Autosport driver James Hinchcliffe was reevaluated by INDYCAR medical personnel but has not been cleared to drive
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.
[Honda Canada PR] Honda Canada and James Hinchcliffe have entered into a one-year partnership that will see the ‘Mayor of Hinchtown’ working with Honda to promote the Honda brand across Canada.
In this first part of a two-part series, MFW’s John Lingle looks at IndyCar driver statistics from this past weekend’s Rolex 24 and compares them to those of their sports car teammates to revealing results.
Andretti Autosport made multiple announcements today, including the addition of United Fiber and Data as primary sponsor on the #27 IndyCar for James Hinchcliffe in 2014 and on an Indy Lights car for Matthew Brabham, and a team-wide move to Honda power.
Michael Andretti says he wants James Hinchcliffe back in 2014, and James wants to be with the team. But the contracts still need to come together.
Need something to throw into your iPod for your drive to the Speedway? This week’s show has plenty to offer: interviews with James Hinchcliffe and Alex Tagliani; Indy 500 trivia with MFW’s Paul Dalbey and George Phillips of Oilpressure.com; the winners of our trivia contests; our picks for the winner of Sunday’s great race; and much more!
James Hinchcliffe won’t turn down a win, but he’s willing to make his views on the finish in São Paulo very clear. “Josef Newgarden should have won that race,” he says. “Takuma [Sato] blocked Josef.”