Archive for the ‘Firestone Indy Lights’ Category
27 Mar 2011: Winslow and Wilson team up for Andretti at St Pete
Andretti Autosport is fielding an all-British line-up of Stefan Wilson and James Winslow in St Petersburg, Florida, for the season-opening Indy Lights street race held as warm-up for the main IndyCar event.
20 Jun 2010: Indy Lights: Plowman takes runner-up spot in Iowa
Martin Plowman earned his best finish to date in the Firestone Indy Lights series with a second place in Iowa that leaves him in a tight four-way battle for second in the championship.
The strongest hint yet that Adam Christodoulou could soon be racing once more in a single-seater has been dropped by a team owner in a position to make that dream a reality.
Reigning Star Mazda title-holder Adam Christodoulou has been given the chance to pit himself against the best drivers in this year’s Firestone Indy Lights championship by joining them in their mid-season test at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course.
Pippa Mann’s hopes of becoming the first woman to taste victory at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway were destroyed when she was wiped out of the Firestone Freedom 100 by the spinning car of an opponent.
The legendary Indianapolis Motor Speedway has seen many things across the decades, but today it saw something new – Britain’s Pippa Mann became the first woman to earn pole position there in 101 years of racing.
Will Power shrugged off his defeat in Alabama to take a third consecutive pole position and lead a Team Penske charge in qualifying for the Long Beach IndyCar race this weekend.
12 Apr 2010: Indy Lights: Second victory for versatile Vernay
JK Vernay, who won on the bumpy, rain-soaked Streets of St Petersburg, has followed his success up with a second triumph – this time on the smooth, flowing and sunny road course at Birmingham, Alabama.
11 Apr 2010: IndyCar: Power surge continues with Alabama pole
Mike Conway scored his best-ever IndyCar qualifying result to earn a front-row start at Barber Motorsports Park in Alabama later today – but he will line up beside the seemingly-unstoppable Will Power who is on pole.
Two years ago, things were looking bleak for Martin Plowman. With very limited options for the 2008 season, he feared his career was losing momentum. Not so these days, where he’s rapidly becoming a fixture on the American open-wheel circuit. He talks to BritsOnPole.