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Rookie Max Chilton Crashes in Lone Saturday IndyCar Practice

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Former Formula 1 driver Max Chilton became the first Chevrolet to test INDYCAR’s safety improvements in a vicious crash during Saturday’s lone practice session. The British rookie was running during a rain-delayed practice sessions at Indianapolis Motor Speedway when he lost control of his machine going through Turn 2. Chilton’s …

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4 Burning Questions: Will New Format Truly Change All-Star Race?

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What should we make of this new All-Star Race format? It is All-Star Race weekend in Charlotte, and much like the night sky, Saturday night will have plenty of stars on the racetrack in an event going through yet another format change in order to further entice conflict toward the …

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Ryan-Hunter Reay Leads Wednesday Practice at IMS

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Andretti Autosport teammates Ryan Hunter-Reay and Carlos Muñoz paced Wednesday’s Verizon IndyCar Series practice at Indianapolis Motor Speedway with two quick laps early in the day’s session. Hunter-Reay’s 228.202mph lap during the first half hour of the session lasted as the quickest lap among all 33 competitors to set a …

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Conor Daly Pushes Car to the Brink, Scores Sixth-Place at IMS

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For Indiana native Conor Daly, simply being in the field in any given race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway is an honor and a privilege. However, for a brief moment during Saturday’s Angie’s List Grand Prix of Indianapolis, Daly looked like a trip to victory lane was in the realm of …

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Graham Rahal Salvages Fourth-Place Result After Post-Quali Penalty

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On most weekends, a fourth-place result from Graham Rahal would be expected, if not disappointing. However, after starting from the tail-end of the field, a finish just outside of the podium was all Rahal could ask for in the Angie’s List Grand Prix of Indianapolis. Rahal was forced to vacate …

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Simon Pagenaud Shines Bright in IMS Road Course Win

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For the third-straight Verizon IndyCar Series race, points leader Simon Pagenaud prevailed as the winner. Sporting a bright yellow Menards livery, Pagenaud dominated the race’s opening stint and regained the lead during the final pit cycle to take the Angie’s List Grand Prix of Indianapolis, his third victory of the …

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Tony Kanaan, Sebastien Bourdais See Early Exit in Grand Prix of Indianapolis

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For Verizon IndyCar Series veterans Tony Kanaan and Sébastien Bourdais, the Angie’s List Grand Prix of Indianapolis was over as quickly as it began. Kanaan and Bourdais were involved in a shunt going into Turn 1 on the opening lap of the road course race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, heavily …

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Dean Stoneman Finds First U.S. Victory in Indy Lights Grand Prix of Indianapolis

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Searching for his first win in the United States, Dean Stoneman found the elusive checkered flag at America’s most famous track. Stoneman held off challenges from Felix Serralles and Santiago Urrutia to claim his first Indy Lights victory in the Mazda Indy Lights Grand Prix of Indianapolis. The win also marked the …

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