Tag: Dan Wheldon
IndyCar: Castroneves fastest as Indy 500 build-up begins
Four previous winners of the Indianapolis 500 topped the timesheets as practice opened for its 94th running, Helio Castroneves ending fastest among the 27 returning veterans and the seven rookies who are facing the Brickyard for the first time.Tagged as: Dan Wheldon, Dario Franchitti, Indianapolis 500, IndyCar Series
IndyCar: Dixon wins in Kansas as the Indy 500 build-up begins
The IndyCar Series returned to oval racing with the Road Runner Turbo Indy 300 at the Kansas Speedway – and its traditional powerhouse teams took the opportunity to reassert themselves.
IndyCar: ‘This one’s for Mom’, says victorious 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.
IndyCar: Business as usual as Power takes Long Beach pole
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.Categorised under: Archive, Firestone Indy Lights, IndyCar Series
IndyCar: Castroneves breaks Power’s winning streak
A Team Penske car won at the IRL’s first visit to the Barber Motorsport Park in Alabama, but it was the veteran Helio Castroneves who drove it, and not the victor of the first two races Will Power.Tagged as: Alex Lloyd, Dan Wheldon, Dario Franchitti, Helio Castroneves, Justin Wilson, Mike Conway
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.Categorised under: Archive, Firestone Indy Lights, IndyCar Series
IndyCar: Power continues to lead the way
Will Power continued his impressive early season form in the IndyCar Series as he followed his victory in Sao Paulo with a pole position in St Petersburg.
IndyCar: Field wide open in St Pete – but Power looks strong
The IndyCar Series holds its first North American race of the season this weekend, returning from its wild Brazilian season opener to the street course in St Petersburg, Florida, where last year Ryan Briscoe took victory.
Who’s flying the flag for the Brits in IndyCar this year?
As American fans bemoan the lack of home-grown racers in the IndyCar Series this year, British fans will have an embarrassment of riches when deciding who to cheer on.Tagged as: Alex Lloyd, Dan Wheldon, Dario Franchitti, IndyCar Series, James Rossiter, Jay Howard, Justin Wilson, Mike Conway
IndyCar: Power returns from injury with victory in chaotic Brazilian race
Australia’s Will Power shrugged off a torrential rainstorm, the best efforts of Ryan Hunter-Reay and any lingering effects of the broken back that ended his 2009 season to take victory in a chaotically entertaining IndyCar season opener in Brazil.