With a jam packed schedule, ArmsUp Motorpsorts had no time off between events as this weekend they found themselves in Lexington, Ohio. Taking on the Formula Race Productions F2000 Pro Series at the famed Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, team driver James Roe turned a challenging weekend into a podium result as he and ArmsUp Motorsports were able to celebrate on Sunday afternoon.
Competing at the ultra-fast Red Bull Ring in Spielberg, Austria, American driver JM Correa was back behind the wheel of his Jenzer Motorsport prepared GP3 machine for the second consecutive weekend. Looking to add more points to his 2018 season total, Austria was not kind to Correa as he was put at a disadvantage to the rest of the field from the opening lap of the one and only practice session.
In an effort to give back and help fight children’s leukemia, New York resident Dylan Tavella launched his Ride With Dylan initiative last week. Taking advantage of the F4 United States Championship Powered by Honda event at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, the Miller Vinatieri Motorsports driver successfully promoted his campaign and claimed three top-twenty results, completing every race lap and gained experience along the way.
Toro Rosso Pierre Gasly “It was a good first day in Spielberg. I was in the top 10 for both practice sessions and I'm feeling pretty good with the car, hopefully we can keep the momentum for tomorrow! We need to be careful because we were quite fast in Paul Ricard on Friday as well, and then things changed.
Taking on the Paul Ricard Circuit in La Castellet, France alongside the Formula One World Championship, American driver JM Correa added more points to his 2018 championship total. Overcoming some mechanical gremlins during the one and only practice session and some on track contact during race one of the weekend, Correa secured a ninth place result on Saturday and will now shift his focus to the next event in Austria this coming weekend.
Scoring their first career Mazda Road to Indy victory, Chicago, Illinois based BN Racing had a weekend to remember at Road America. With four drivers across two of the MRTI divisions, BN Racing scored not only their first career victory, but also their second as David Malukas had a dominating weekend in the Pro Mazda Presented by Cooper Tires Championship. BN Racing led the charge on both days of competition as UK pilot Toby Sowery made it a 1 – 2 finish chasing Malukas to the checkered flag in both races.
Taking part in the official Mazda Road to Indy (MRTI) Series test last week at Road America, Sheboygan Falls, Wisconsin based Arms Up Motorsports will be back at Road America this weekend for their home event. Taking on a stout field of more than 25 drivers in the Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship Powered by Mazda, Starkey Hearing Foundation pilot Max Peichel and late entry, Mazda Motorsports supported driver Dakota Dickerson are prepared to take the team to the top in Elkhart Lake.
Skipping the Lucas Oil Raceway Oval event at the end of May, Team BENIK will return to the Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship Powered by Mazda this weekend in Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin. Taking on the famed Road America circuit alongside the complete Mazda Road to Indy program and the Verizon IndyCar Series, Team BENIK will enter Sabré Cook and Michael d’Orlando in their quest for race wins and podium results at the picturesque facility.
After making his Verizon IndyCar Series oval debut at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway last month, Zachary Claman De Melo will be making his first trip to Texas Motor Speedway this weekend for the DXC Technology 600 as he returns behind the wheel of the #19 Paysafe car.
Frédéric Vasseur, CEO of Sauber Motorsport AG and Team Principal of Alfa Romeo Sauber F1 Team:“Simone Resta has the best profile to take on the role of Technical Director. His arrival at Alfa Romeo Sauber F1 Team marks a significant step ahead of a long term project that aims at strengthening the Alfa Romeo Sauber F1 Team in order to achieve ambitious results.”
This weekend’s hard work by the Alfa Romeo Sauber F1 Team in Monaco was seen during today’s race with both drivers delivering a consistent and strong performance. On the demanding city track of Monte Carlo, the Alfa Romeo Sauber F1 Team drivers were fighting in the midfield, with Charles Leclerc in P12 followed closely behind Marcus Ericsson in P13. They were managing the race well with a solid pace when, just a few laps before the chequered flag was waved, Charles Leclerc had to retire following a collision with the car ahead (Brendon Hartley) caused by a brake disc issue on his car. Marcus Ericsson made his way forward step-by-step, ultimately finishing the Monaco Grand Prix in P11.
INDIANAPOLIS – If there’s one thing known following the final practice prior to the 102nd Indianapolis 500 presented by PennGrade Motor Oil, it’s that no one knows for sure what is going to happen in Sunday’s iconic race.
Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport have some work to do for Saturday in Monte Carlo Lewis finished the morning session in P3 with Valtteri in P7 In the afternoon, Lewis came home in P4 with Valtteri in P6 Driver Chassis No. FP1 FP2 Lewis Hamilton F1 W09 EQ Power+/01 34 Laps 1:12:480 P3 UltraSoft, HyperSoft 34 Laps 1:12.536 […]
The Alfa Romeo Sauber F1 Team has completed the first day of free practice sessions at the Circuit de Monaco ahead of the 2018 FIA Formula 1 Monaco Grand Prix. It was the first time for Monegasque rookie, Charles Leclerc, to experience the streets of his hometown in the cockpit of a Formula 1 car. It was a productive day for Marcus Ericsson as well. Both drivers worked in preparation for the race on the city circuit of Monaco where the track layout is particularly challenging for the team; despite the track demands with high levels of downforce, they are optimistic for tomorrow’s sessions, with the gaps between all competitors being very close.
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Series News Speedway, Ind. – Indy Lights Presented by Cooper Tires driver Aaron Telitz will become the first to do the “Carb Day Double” this Friday when he drives in both the Freedom 100 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and the Cooper Tires Freedom 75 at Lucas Oil Raceway. Telitz, who won his first race […]
Team Penske president Tim Cindric realizes that working for Hall of Fame team owner Roger Penske requires an understanding of which man he’s addressing.
Series News SPEEDWAY, Ind. – The star of this season’s “The Bachelor” television reality show, Arie Luyendyk Jr., will give the command to fire the Mazda engines in the crown jewel of the Indy Lights Presented by Cooper Tires schedule – the Freedom 100 – on Friday, May 25, as part of Carb Day activities surrounding […]
(“Recognizing Takuma” is a three-part series for IndyCar.com that records the changes the 41-year-old Japanese driver has experienced since winning the 101st Indianapolis 500 a year ago. This is the final installment. In case you missed them, you can read Part 1 and Part 2 of the series.)