Pato O’Ward impressed many at Road America this past weekend, with two top ten finishes and his first career INDYCAR podium.
After a dramatic hunt of Patricio O’Ward, Felix Rosenqvist turns his luck around and wins at Road America!
Perhaps the youngest front row for some time as O’Ward pips old Indy Lights rival Herta to pole.
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A chaotic final race of the IndyCar iRacing Challenge saw Scott McLaughlin take victory at the virtual Indianapolis Motor Speedway. A controversial final three laps saw three different race leaders wreck out of contention.
Arrow McLaren Racing SP has announced today that Patricio O’Ward and Oliver Askew will race for them in the 2020 NTT IndyCar Series, with James Hinchcliffe departing the team after five years.
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Patricio O’Ward will be replaced by Jüri Vips for the Super Formula season finale after bringing his time with the Red Bull Junior Team to an end.
Charlie Kimball will be back behind the wheel of Carlin’s #23 Chevrolet in the NTT IndyCar Series next weekend at Gateway Motorsports Park.
Both Toro Rosso drivers have impressed in 2019, however measured by Helmut Marko’s own yardstick this has perhaps proven a bit surprising.
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Daniel Ticktum’s results in the Japanese-based Super Formula championship were not good enough for Red Bull to keep him in their Junior Team programme, according to Christian Horner.
Alexander Rossi will start from pole for race one of IndyCar’s Detroit weekend, ahead of Josef Newgarden
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After a multitude of errors throughout the lead-up to qualifying for the 2019 Indy 500, McLaren CEO Zak Brown has stated that the team “didn’t deserve” to qualify and that the team owed their fans “more than just an apology.”
Simon Pagenaud will start on pole position for the 2019 Indianapolis 500. The Frenchman claimed his first pole for the famous race with Team Penske, whilst Fernando Alonso was eliminated from the field alongside Carlin’s Patricio O’Ward and Max Chilton.