Posts Tagged ‘James Hinchcliffe’
Steph offers a rundown of the results posted by IZOD IndyCar Series regulars in GRAND-AM’s 51st Rolex 24 at Daytona.
[Panther PR] Tino Belli, whose most recent role was as Race Engineer for James Hinchcliffe at Andretti Autosport, has joined Panther/Panther DRR as Technical Director.
[Andretti PR] Andretti Autosport announced their 2013 INDYCAR line up today. Ryan Hunter-Reay will showcase the honors that come with being the champion by running the No. 1 on his DHL Chevrolet for the 2013 season.
John considers how INDYCAR as a whole could benefit from a W by the Mayor of Hinchtown.
Helio Castroneves, Takuma Sato, Simon Pagenaud, and James Hinchcliffe are just some of the interviews featured on this week’s More Front Wing podcast.
In today’s installment of A Smaller View, our junior blogger recounts her visit to Bump Day at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Paul recaps the highlights from Pole Day for the 96th Running of the Indianapolis 500
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 […]
Bash offers her perspective of the weekend thus far at the 38th Annual Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach.
Last weekend at the Canadian Motorsports Expo, James Hinchcliffe sat down with More Front Wing to discuss the rapid ascension of his INDYCAR career, his former and present teams, the development of the DW12, and his thoughts on filling the seat originally to be held by Dan Wheldon.
At a fan Q&A session at the Canadian Motorsports Expo this past weekend, James Hinchcliffe discussed a number of points relating to the DW12 and the new engine formula, his new team and its plans for 2012, and many other topics, and he did so with his characteristic optimism and affability.
[Event PR] Canadian IndyCar star James Hinchcliffe will be at the Canadian Motorsports Expo on Sunday, February 12.