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41 min ago | The Indianapolis Star
IndyCar notes: Hunter-Reay doesn't expect to win ESPY The Indy 500 winner is nominated to win an ESPY award Check out this story on IndyStar.com: http://indy.st/1m5hYIW Reigning ESPY honoree Ryan Hunter-Reay returns to the televised event Wednesday night, but he's not looking to win.
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1 hr ago | Motorsport.com
This has been a disappointing season for the two-car Tequila Patron team fielded by Extreme Speed, with drivers Ryan Dalziel, Ed Brown, Scott Sharp and Johannes van Overbeek, as their cars have consistently run atop the P2 field in the Prototype class, but have generally been overrun by the Daytona Prototypes, especially the Chevrolet Corvettes.
6 hrs ago | Paddock Talk
POLE: Scott Dixon 2-lap avg. speed of 186.256 mph 15th: Graham Rahal 2-lap avg. speed of 183.201 mph GRAHAM RAHAL, No.
11 hrs ago | Paddock Talk
KVSH Racing driver Sebastien Bourdais came out of nowhere with a fantastic effort to qualify an oval season-high sixth for tomorrow's Iowa Corn Indy 300 at Iowa Speedway in Newton, Iowa.
Penske entered the weekend at Iowa's .875-mile short track with the series co-leaders, Will Power and Helio Castroneves, and perhaps the hottest driver in the circuit in Juan Pablo Montoya.
Team Penske has been so strong in the IndyCar series this season that any one of its drivers could win on Saturday night.
As the Verizon IndyCar Series returns to Iowa Speedway, much has changed, but much remains the same when it comes to who's fast.
Jack Hawksworth was forced to sit out Pocono due to injuries sustained in a practice crash, while Graham Rahal hopes to put the frustration of last weekend behind him.
Gustavo Yacaman led the Prototype class in Friday's opening session with a lap of 124.808 mph.
Newton, Iowa - After a fast but frustrating outing last weekend on Pocono Raceway's Tricky Triangle, Justin Wilson will be back in Verizon IndyCar Series action night as he is set to pilot the No.
The Verizon IndyCar Series has delivered its fair share of memorable moments halfway through the season.
Pittsburgh Pirates relief pitcher Justin Wilson, left, stands on the mound as St. Louis Cardinals' Kolten Wong rounds the bases after hitting a solo home run during the seventh inning of a baseball game Wednesday, July 9, 2014, in St. Louis.
Juan Pablo Montoya - pole; Will Power 1-30; Montoya 31-32; Power Juan Pablo Montoya - pole; Will Power 1-30; Montoya 31-32; Power 33-49; Tony Kanaan 50-58; Power 59-61; Montoya 62-64; Kanaan 65-87; Montoya 88-94; Kanaan 95-117; Montoya 118-125; Sebastien Bourdais 126; Kanaan 127-147; Power 148-166; Montoya 167-187; Josef Newgarden 188-194; Kanaan ... (more)
Just as Justin Wilson did a night earlier, Ernesto Frieri revisited exactly what went wrong on the pitch in question.
KVSH Racing's Sebastien Bourdais heads to Iowa Speedway for the Iowa Corn Indy 300 after a very strong effort last weekend in Pocono that unfortunately ended in disappointment.
Updated: Sat Jul 12, 2014 06:55 pm
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