Posts Tagged ‘Ryan Hunter-Reay’
Ryan Hunter-Reay may carry the colours of the Indy Racing League’s title sponsor Izod on his car and race suit, but he doesn’t have the funding to run the full season for them. A confident win at Long Beach could go some way towards changing that.
The final day of qualifying for the Indianapolis 500 ended in high drama, as Ryan Hunter-Reay knocked Alex Tagliani out of the field of 33 cars with the last laps of the day.
6 Apr 2009: IRL: So close for Wilson as win slips away
Justin Wilson came agonisingly close to scoring one of the all-time great underdog victories in the IndyCar season opener at St Petersburg, dominating much of the race but losing the lead at a late restart.
26 Oct 2008: IRL: Aussie Briscoe rules as season finally ends
Almost two months after Scott Dixon wrapped up the 2008 IndyCar championship in Chicago, the series has run its final race of the season – a non-points holiday jaunt to Surfers Paradise in Australia.
7 Jul 2008: IRL: “We were golden”, says Manning
The cats fell away leaving the mice to play in the Camping World Indy Grand Prix at the Glen, as the midfield teams dominated the results and the championship leaders had a weekend to forget.
6 Jul 2008: IRL: Hunter-Reay and Manning upset the form book
Ryan Hunter-Reay and Darren Manning showed you don’t need to be a well-funded multi-car outfit to nail an IndyCar race by taking first and second ahead of the more fancied teams in the Camping World Grand Prix at Watkins Glen.
19 Jun 2008: IRL: Floods, fuel and fast racing in Iowa
Chaos, controversy and calamity – the IndyCar series is facing them all as it travels to the Iowa Speedway this weekend for the Iowa Corn Indy 250.