Category Archives: IndyCar

Aleshin To Drive The No.7 SPM IndyCar Entry In 2016

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Schmidt Peterson Motorsports have confirmed that Russian driver Mikhail Aleshin will drive the No.7 SPM Verizon IndyCar Series entry in 2016. Aleshin, the first Russian to compete in the Verizon IndyCar Series drove for the team at the season finale at Sonoma Raceway where he qualified in 14th place and finished the race in 10th. Speaking about his appointment, Aleshin […]

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Montoya Has No Intention To Leave IndyCar Anytime Soon Following Successful WEC Test

Montoya ended the rookie test fastest

Fresh from watching Mark Webber win the World Endurance Championship at the 6 Hours of Bahrain on Saturday, 2015 Indianapolis 500 winner and Verizon IndyCar Series championship runner up Juan Pablo Montoya got his chance to drive the Porsche 919 Hybrid on Sunday at the Sakhir circuit. The Colombian who drives for Team Penske in the Verizon IndyCar Series showed […]

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Wolff Makes Final Motorsport Appearance At The Race Of Champions

Michele Mouton and Susie Wolff (GBR)

The 2015 Race Of Champions at London’s Olympic Park saw the end of an era in motorsport on Saturday night as Susie Wolff made her final appearance on a race track as she took part in her final on track action. The Scot, who is married to Mercedes Benz Motorsport Director Toto Wolff and who has been with the Williams […]

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Munoz Remains With Andretti Autosport In 2016

Munoz will once again drive the No.26 Honda

Michael Andretti’s Andretti Autosport team have confirmed that Carlos Munoz will once drive the No.26 Honda Andretti Autosport Verizon IndyCar Series entry in 2016. It will be Munoz’ fifth season with Michael Andretti’s outfit having made his Verizon IndyCar Series debut with the team at the 2013 Indianapolis 500. Andretti will once again run Ryan Hunter Reay, his son Marco, […]

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IndyCar Announces New President Of Competition And Operations

Jay Frye Replaces Derrick Walker as President of Competition and Operations

The Verizon IndyCar Series has a new President of Competition and Operations as Jay Frye was today confirmed as Derrick Walker’s replacement as the head of the series. Frye takes up the role having previously held the position of CRO at Hulman Motorsports (the parent company of the Verizon IndyCar Series). Hulman and Company CEO Mark Miles commented on the […]

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