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Graham Rahal Leads 4th Indy 500 Practice

Graham Rahal led the way in Thursday’s Indianapolis 500 practice, the fourth of the week. Rahal’s quickest lap during the session was a mock-qualifying run Rahal admitted following the session. However, Rahal still was in tow behind Stefan Wilson. “Stefan Wilson came out in front of me,” said Rahal. “He …

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Simon Pagenaud Leads Opening Day Of Indy 500 Practice

The first practices for next Sunday’s Indianapolis 500 were dominated by one organization: Team Penske. Both ends of the Indy 500 spectrum were represented here: a full-time driver seeking to redeem himself after an awful start and a part-time legend who’s seeking to make racing history. 2016 INDYCAR series champion Simon …

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Zachary Claman De Melo Tapped to Drive Dale Coyne’s No. 19 in Indianapolis 500

Dale Coyne Racing with Vasser-Sullivan announced Tuesday (May 15) that rookie Zachary Claman De Melo will remain in the No. 19 Paysafe-sponsored Honda-Dallara and compete in his first Indianapolis 500. The move was announced just hours before De Melo was scheduled to go through rookie orientation. “I’m very much looking …

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Pace Laps: Harvick’s Historic Run, XFINITY Series Downhill Slide

Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series: Harvick Having Historic Run Every once in awhile, an athlete reestablishes the level of greatness in their sport. NASCAR is no exception to the rule. There were Dale Earnhardt’s next-level championships in 1987 and 1994, Bill Elliott’s 1985 Winston Million and Jeff Gordon winning 13 …

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Teamwork Equals Fifth-Place Finish for Alexander Rossi in IndyCar Grand Prix

The more teammates you have in racing, the better off you are when you have a car that is struggling. That teamwork made the difference Saturday (May 12) for Andretti Autosport driver Alexander Rossi in the IndyCar Grand Prix. Rossi had speed in Friday’s INDYCAR practice but failed to move …

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Robert Wickens Continues Veteran Showing in IndyCar Grand Prix

Robert Wickens continued his impressive IndyCar rookie season Saturday (May 12) in Indianapolis. For the second time in 2018, Wickens started on the front row for a race. But unlike St. Petersburg, where he failed to finish the rookie made the most of his IndyCar Grand Prix appearance. Throughout the …

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Josef Newgarden’s Spin Relegates Him to 11th in IndyCar Grand Prix

Josef Newgarden entered Saturday’s (May 12) IndyCar Grand Prix at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course as the championship leader. He held a 13-point edge over Alexander Rossi entering the race. Not anymore. While Newgarden won two of the first four INDYCAR races this season, a successful start to his title …

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Will Power Earns IndyCar Grand Prix Pole by Edging Robert Wickens

Relief for Will Power came on Friday during qualifying for Saturday’s IndyCar Grand Prix of Indianapolis. The start of the season has been nothing but rough for the Team Penske veteran but during qualifying, Power pushed through to earn his 51st career IndyCar pole. Despite already taking a lap during the …

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