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O’Ward upset to get “hosed” by “very odd call” from IndyCar in Long Beach Q2

When Team Penske's Will Power ground to a halt without gears at Turn 10 and brought out a yellow, O’Ward – at that point sixth fastest – and championship leader Alex Palou slowed dramatically, while others did not.
The rules stipulate that all drivers shall reduce speed by a minimum of 15% (or greater if conditions warrant) and be prepared to stop under such conditions.
Four drivers ...Keep reading
Source: O’Ward upset to get “hosed” by “very odd call” from IndyCar in Long Beach Q2
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Ticktum looking to IndyCar, DTM and Formula E for 2022

The former Red Bull and Williams Formula 1 junior driver is facing an uncertain future in the sport after admitting earlier this month that he's blown his chances of achieving his ultimate goal of reaching F1.
However, Ticktum helped his cause to land a drive for 2022 by producing a faultless performance in difficult damp conditions to win Saturday's only F2 sprint race at the Sochi ...Keep reading
Source: Ticktum looking to IndyCar, DTM and Formula E for 2022
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Long Beach IndyCar: Newgarden takes pole as points leader Palou starts 10th

Newgarden took the top spot with a 1m08.224s in the Fast Six shootout, with reigning champion Scott Dixon claiming second having missed out on pole when he caught Helio Castroneves around the street circuit in the final part of qualifying.
Castroneves' initial time of 1m08.482s was good enough for third, ahead of Simon Pagenaud, Felix Rosenqvist and Romain Grosjean.
Championship leader Palou ...Keep reading
Source: Long Beach IndyCar: Newgarden takes pole as points leader Palou starts 10th
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Long Beach IndyCar: Herta sets the pace again in second practice

Andretti Autosport's James Hinchcliffe was the first to turn a 1m09s lap in the 45-minute session, having won at the street circuit back in 2017, to put him a quarter of a second clear of the rest of the pack after 10 minutes.
The pack was headed by championship leader Alex Palou - the Spaniard having a near-miss the Turn 1 on the exit.
Pato O’Ward then turned a 1m09.048s lap to go top ...Keep reading
Source: Long Beach IndyCar: Herta sets the pace again in second practice
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Hunter-Reay upbeat about IndyCar future ahead of Andretti swansong

The 40-year-old joined the team in 2010 and won the first title following the series' switch to the ubiquitous Dallara DW12 in 2012.
He then won the Indianapolis 500 in 2014 after a tight battle with Helio Castroneves and, aside from a slump to 12th in 2016, has finished in the top 10 in the standings every year, taking 15 of his 16 career wins with the squad.
But having not won a race since ...Keep reading
Source: Hunter-Reay upbeat about IndyCar future ahead of Andretti swansong
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IndyCar Series bosses retain "clear focus" on North American races

At the 2021 finale in Long Beach this weekend, President and CEO Mark Miles was asked about venturing outside of the US, especially in light of the fact that the championship this year is being fought between Spain’s Alex Palou and Mexico’s Pato O’Ward.
The last IndyCar race staged outside the US was on a street track in Sao Paolo back in 2013, while the last time Indy cars visited Europe ...Keep reading
Source: IndyCar Series bosses retain "clear focus" on North American races
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Long Beach IndyCar: Herta tops first practice, Palou shines

The famous California street race was cancelled in 2020 due to the pandemic, meaning second-year driver Palou had never previously driven around the 1.968-mile track.
But the Chip Ganassi Racing driver, who heads nearest rival Patricio O'Ward in the standings by 35 points and needs only an 11th place finish to be guaranteed the title, enjoyed a clear run during a session that was red flagged ...Keep reading
Source: Long Beach IndyCar: Herta tops first practice, Palou shines
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Verizon IndyCar Series / Ilott signs 2022 full-time IndyCar deal with Juncos
« Last post by CanadianRacingOnline on September 25, 2021, 07:22:47 AM »
Ilott signs 2022 full-time IndyCar deal with Juncos

The Ferrari Driver Academy member  will compete in his third IndyCar outing at the Grand Prix of Long Beach this weekend, having also raced at Portland and Laguna Seca.
Next year he will run all 17 rounds of the IndyCar season, including five ovals, five street courses and seven road courses.
“Coming into the final weekend of our three-race run on the west coast, it’s great to ...Keep reading
Source: Ilott signs 2022 full-time IndyCar deal with Juncos
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Palou's title not a certainty as "11th in IndyCar not easy nowadays"

With three wins and five other podium finishes – including runner-up last weekend at Laguna Seca – Chip Ganassi Racing's series Palou arrives at the finale with a 35-point margin over his nearest opposition, Arrow McLaren SP's Pato O’Ward.
Even if O’Ward wins the race, and gains the bonus point for pole, the bonus point for leading a lap and the two bonus points for leading the most ...Keep reading
Source: Palou's title not a certainty as "11th in IndyCar not easy nowadays"
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Grosjean confirmed at Andretti Autosport for 2022 IndyCar season

Grosjean, 35, scored three podium finishes in his first season in America’s premier open-wheel series, and came into the series off the back of his 10-year Formula 1 career, which ended prematurely with his horrendously fiery crash in the 2020 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
“We are thrilled to welcome Romain to the Andretti Autosport family,” said Michael Andretti, CEO and chairman of Andretti ...Keep reading
Source: Grosjean confirmed at Andretti Autosport for 2022 IndyCar season
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