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Parker Thompson Holds Serve for USF2000 Indianapolis Victory

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For Parker Thompson, much of Saturday’s USF2000 finale at Indianapolis Motor Speedway was spent riding around in first, trailing the pace car during an extended yellow. For the rest of the time, Thompson maintained his lead to claim a dominant victory in the Angie’s List Grand Prix of Indianapolis Race 2. …

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Rahal Tops Final Angie’s List Grand Prix of Indianapolis Practice

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INDIANAPOLIS – Though he’ll start from the tail end of the field, Graham Rahal showed speed to lead the way in a frigid final practice for Saturday’s Angie’s List Grand Prix of Indianapolis. Rahal’s 1:09.6045 led the way for the Verizon IndyCar Series on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course, with fellow …

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Pato O’Ward Dominates Pro Mazda Again in Angie’s List Grand Prix Race 2

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Continuing the trend of the season, Team Pelfrey’s Pato O’Ward made Indianapolis Motor Speedway his playground in Saturday’s Pro Mazda Grand Prix of Indianapolis Race 2. O’Ward led all 29 laps from the pole to dominate the second Pro Mazda event of the weekend, claiming his fifth victory in six …

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Max Chilton Talks Transitions, Expectations and First Month of May

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When it comes to the Verizon IndyCar Series field, there are typical rookies, and then there’s Max Chilton. A native of Reigate, England, Chilton currently sits 16th in the IndyCar points standings after four races with Chevrolet’s Chip Ganassi Racing. Teammate to defending champion Scott Dixon, Chilton caught the eyes …

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Report: IndyCar Boston Grand Prix Cancelled

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The Verizon IndyCar Series’ hopes of running in Boston have been dashed. As first reported by the Boston Herald, the promoters of the Boston Grand Prix have canceled the event after failing to provide promised financial commitments. The announcement brings an end to the much-contested Labor Day weekend event, which …

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