Tag: Martin Plowman
Plowman hits charity target and tests IndyCar
IndyCar hopeful Martin Plowman has succeeded in his mission to raise money for armed forces charities Wounded Warriors and Help for Heroes, exceeding his fundraising target with a current total of $11,190.27.Tagged as: Dale Coyne, Help for Heroes, Martin Plowman
‘Operation Plowey’s Buzzcut’ to raise thousands for wounded soldiers
Indy Lights racewinner Martin Plowman has swapped his normal tousled hairstyle for a military buzzcut as part of a bid to raise money for armed forces charities in the UK and US.Tagged as: Help for Heroes, Martin Plowman
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.
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.Categorised under: Archive, Firestone Indy LightsTagged as: Dan Clarke, James Winslow, JK Vernay, Martin Plowman, Pippa Mann, Stefan Wilson
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.
Martin Plowman on America: “I’m going flat out or I’m going home”
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.
Indy Lights: Vernay wins opener as rain takes toll
French rookie JK Vernay mastered the rain in St Petersburg, Florida, to win the opening Indy Lights race of the season, ahead of Belgian journeyman Jan Heylen and Britain’s Stefan Wilson.Categorised under: Archive, Firestone Indy LightsTagged as: Firestone Indy Lights, James Winslow, JK Vernay, Martin Plowman, Pippa Mann, Richard Kent, Stefan Wilson