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Arrow McLaren: Pourchaire "didn't do anything wrong" before call to sign Siegel

Tony Kanaan says Theo Pourchaire "didn't do anything wrong" to warrant being dropped from Arrow McLaren's IndyCar roster for the remainder of 2024 after it moved to sign Nolan Siegel.Pourchaire was? revealed one month ago as the primary driver for the team's #6 entry for rest of the season (with the exception of the Indianapolis 500) after impressing? as a substitute for the injured David ...Keep reading
Source: Arrow McLaren: Pourchaire "didn't do anything wrong" before call to sign Siegel
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Why Chadwick’s journey towards IndyCar isn't her only mission

When Jamie Chadwick continues her sophomore Indy NXT campaign this weekend at Laguna Seca she will? enter the paddock for the first time in her Stateside career as a proven race winner. Victory at Road America, converting pole position, made her the first female winner in IndyCar's support series formerly known as Indy Lights since fellow Briton Pippa Mann at Kentucky in 2010. Never before had a ...Keep reading
Source: Why Chadwick’s journey towards IndyCar isn't her only mission
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Pourchaire out as Arrow McLaren signs Siegel to multi-year IndyCar deal

The Arrow McLaren IndyCar team has announced the signing of Nolan Siegel to a multi-year deal, which will begin with this weekend’s round at Laguna Seca.Siegel is fresh off taking the LMP2 class victory in the Le Mans 24 Hours with United Autosports, the team part-owned by McLaren CEO Zak Brown.The American will take over the #6 car from reigning Formula 2 champion Theo Pourchaire, who was ...Keep reading
Source: Pourchaire out as Arrow McLaren signs Siegel to multi-year IndyCar deal
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MotoGP / MotoGP calendar disruptions “getting old” – Miller
« Last post by CanadianRacingOnline on June 19, 2024, 01:03:58 PM »
MotoGP calendar disruptions “getting old” – Miller

KTM MotoGP rider Jack Miller says the spate of in-season calendar changes that have plagued the series in recent years is “getting old”.The 2024 championship was meant to consist of 21 grands prix, but already before the campaign had started there were changes.Argentina, set for round three, was cancelled due to a lack of funding under the new government, before extreme flooding forced the ...Keep reading
Source: MotoGP calendar disruptions “getting old” – Miller
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Pourchaire out as Arrow McLaren signs Siegel

Arrow McLaren has announced the signing of Nolan Siegel to a multi-year deal, which will begin with this weekend’s IndyCar Series round at Laguna Seca.Siegel is fresh off taking the LMP2 class victory in the 24 Hours of Le Mans with United Autosports, the team part-owned by McLaren CEO Zak Brown.The American will take over the #6 car from reigning Formula 2 champion The?o Pourchaire, who was ...Keep reading
Source: Pourchaire out as Arrow McLaren signs Siegel
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‘Mentally tougher’ Malukas gears up for IndyCar return

The last time the IndyCar Series was at Laguna Seca, David Malukas was being announced as the final signing to complete the 2024 driver roster for Arrow McLaren. That was 8 September.Fast forward 283 days, and Malukas will make his first start of the season at the historic 2.238-mile natural terrain road course behind the wheel of Meyer Shank Racing’s Honda-powered entry alongside team-mate ...Keep reading
Source: ‘Mentally tougher’ Malukas gears up for IndyCar return
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How Canapino should deal with the anti-social side of media

The good thing about social media is that it gives a voice to many who have gone previously unheard; the bad thing about social media is that it gives a voice to many who have gone unheard for good reason…Following one of many collisions at the shambles known as IndyCar’s recent Detroit Grand Prix, Arrow McLaren’s Theo Pourchaire revealed that he’d received online abuse, including death ...Keep reading
Source: How Canapino should deal with the anti-social side of media
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Tech3 “will have two number ones” in Vinales, Bastianini in MotoGP 2025

Tech3 KTM team boss Herve Poncharal says fielding Maverick Vinales and Enea Bastianini will see him have “two number ones” for the 2025 MotoGP season.As first reported by Autosport, last week KTM announced it had signed Bastianini from Ducati and Vinales from Aprilia to join the Tech3 satellite squad next year.This comes as Bastianini will be replaced by Marc Marquez at the factory Ducati team ...Keep reading
Source: Tech3 “will have two number ones” in Vinales, Bastianini in MotoGP 2025
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MotoGP / Honda agrees two-year MotoGP contract renewal with Joan Mir
« Last post by CanadianRacingOnline on June 18, 2024, 01:12:21 PM »
Honda agrees two-year MotoGP contract renewal with Joan Mir

Joan Mir will continue to ride for the factory Honda team until the end of the 2026 season after agreeing a contract renewal with the Japanese marque, Autosport has learned.The development also means that the 2017 Moto3 and 2020 MotoGP champion will remain in the premier class for another two years, taking his career tally to eight seasons.The Spaniard made his debut with Suzuki in 2019 and won ...Keep reading
Source: Honda agrees two-year MotoGP contract renewal with Joan Mir
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Fernandez not considering Moto2 return if 2025 MotoGP offers don’t come

Raul Fernandez has ruled out the prospect of returning to Moto2 in 2025 should he find himself without a MotoGP ride next year.The 2021 Moto2 runner-up has failed to deliver on the promise of his days in grand prix motorcycle racing’s feeder categories since stepping up to MotoGP in 2022.Scoring just one top-five in his first two seasons in the premier class, Fernandez has enjoyed a boost in ...Keep reading
Source: Fernandez not considering Moto2 return if 2025 MotoGP offers don’t come
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