Posts Tagged ‘Team Penske’
ncorporating More Technology While Reaching Out to New Fans, Multi-Year Agreement Includes Sponsorship of No. 2 IndyCar in 2014
Juan Pablo Montoya took his first turn behind the wheel of one of Roger Penske’s IndyCar’s last week, which ensured that the discussion once again turned to whether he would be the one to bring IndyCar back from the brink. But the sport’s other imports have struggled to find the results fans crave.
[INDYCAR PR] Team Penske’s newest driver, Juan Pablo Montoya, sampled his Chevrolet-powered Indy car for the first time on Nov. 25 during the first day of a two-day test at Sebring International Raceway.
Will Power has very clear explanations for both of the hot-button incidents in the IZOD IndyCar Series over the past couple of weeks, and he doesn’t have very kind words for the disbelievers and conspiracy theorists. He does, however, have words of support for IZOD IndyCar Series race director Beaux Barfield.
Will Power enters this year’s end game as a mere observer for the first time since he signed on full-time with Roger Penske before the 2010 season. Chad examines the increasing pressure on Will Power as his winless streak draws ever longer.
John looks ahead to potential additions to AJ Allmendinger’s IZOD IndyCar Series schedule with Penske Racing in 2013.
[Penske PR] Team Penske announced today that AJ Allmendinger will join its IZOD IndyCar Series program in 2013 and will compete in at least two events, including the Indianapolis 500.
More Front Wing’s newest contributor, Chad Smith, takes a closer look at Roger Penske’s motivations for (potentially) dropping his third entry in 2013.
[Penske PR] Hitachi will serve as the primary sponsor for nine races – including two doubleheader race weekends – on the No. 3 Team Penske Dallara/Chevrolet driven by three-time Indianapolis 500 winner Helio Castroneves in the 2013 IZOD IndyCar Series.
Bash offers her thoughts after spending Saturday at Sonoma.
Paul in joined by IMS Radio Network anchor Mike King to preview the IZOD IndyCar Series Season Finale at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Last year going into the second-last race of the season, Will Power led Dario Franchitti by 17 points. This year, he only led Franchitti by five. But his advantage this season is far greater than it appears.