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Townsend Bell will attempt to qualify for the Indianapolis 500-Mile Race in a car prepared by the team owned by former driver Sam Schmidt. In 2012, Bell will drive the No. 99 BraunAbility/Schmidt Pelfrey Motorsports Dallara/Honda/Firestone car.
Bell will be a teammate to Frenchman Simon Pagenaud who drives the No. 77 Schmidt Hamilton HP Motorsports car [...]
INDYCAR, sanctioning body for the IZOD IndyCar Series, has scheduled a hearing for an appeal filed by General Motors (GM) regarding use of a 0.74 A/R compressor cover for the single turbocharger.
INDYCAR approved use of the compressor cover used by Honda on its 2.2-liter V-6 engine on April 18. GM protested INDYCAR’s decision and a [...]
By John Sturbin | Senior Writer
Championship leader Will Power and oval-track rookie Rubens Barrichello headline IZOD IndyCar Series drivers scheduled to participate in a critical Open Test at Texas Motor Speedway on Monday, May 7.
Originally scheduled for mid-March, the split morning/afternoon sessions in Fort Worth featuring Power, Barrichello and four-time/reigning series champion Dario Franchitti testing [...]
The Will Power Show headed on down to Brazil for the weekend and it was a good down there as it has been up here: Power got the pole and the IZOD IndyCar Series victory.
The victory in the streets of Sao Paulo was the third straight for the Team Penske driver.
The victory was the fourth [...]
Will Power gave Team Penske its fourth consecutive pole of the season Saturday when he was fastest in qualifying for the Itaipava São Paulo Indy 300 presented by Nestle in Brazil.
Power set an event qualifying record in the process.
Power posted a lap of 1 minute, 21.4045 seconds with about 3 minutes left in the Firestone [...]
INDYCAR has fined and placed Panther Racing CEO and managing partner John Barnes on probation through Dec. 31 for posting a comment using improper or disparaging language in reference to INDYCAR on his Twitter account. The amount of the fine is $25,000.
Pursuant to Rule 18.104.22.168 of the 2012 IZOD IndyCar Series rulebook: Using improper, profane [...]
INDYCAR’s decision to permit a modification to the turbocharger on Honda-powered V-6 engines in the IZOD IndyCar Series was upheld by a three-member committee Thursday night, denying a protest filed by General Motors.
Honda-powered teams will be allowed to change compressor covers on all of its 2.2-liter, single-turbo engines beginning with this weekend’s Itaipava São Paulo [...]
By Jim Pedley | Managing Editor
A couple of random useless thoughts and opinions on racing:
Can’t remember a time when asphalt was making a big buzz the way it has been this year. No kidding, pave jobs are making headlines.
And, stirring debate: My aggregate is better than yours. Oh yeah, well my substrata is less prone [...]
When Michel Jourdain Jr. begins “scraping off the rust” at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway next month, he might need a sandblaster.
Sixteen years after competing in his first Indianapolis 500, Jourdain will attempt to qualify for the 96th edition of the race on May 27 for Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing. Team co-owner Bobby Rahal, the 1986 [...]
INDYCAR, sanctioning body for the IZOD IndyCar Series, has scheduled a hearing for a protest filed by General Motors (GM) regarding INDYCAR’s April 18 decision to approve use of a 0.74 A/R compressor cover for the single turbocharger.
The hearing will take place Thursday in Indianapolis.
Honda and Lotus have been invited to participate in the hearing [...]