Category archives for: IndyCar

Bourdais Outclasses Milwaukee Mile Field

Sebastien Bourdais dominated the second half of Sunday's race. (Al Steinberg photo)

It may have been the closest thing to a vintage Sebastien Bourdais performance since he returned to Verizon IndyCar Series racing after a short career in Formula One.

INDY: ABC Supply Wisconsin 250

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1. Sebastien Bourdais
2. Helio Castroneves
3. Graham Rahal

Milwaukee Mile Accolades Go To Serralles

Felix Serralles owned the Milwaukee Mile on Sunday. (Al Steinberg photo)

Passing on the slick and tricky Milwaukee Mile is supposed to be difficult, but don’t tell Grand Prix of Milwaukee winner Felix Serralles that.

Newgarden Collects Milwaukee Mile Pole

Josef Newgarden claimed his first oval pole on Sunday. (Al Steinberg photo)

Josef Newgarden continues to check career accomplishments off his list and the latest was winning the pole at the Milwaukee Mile for Sunday’s ABC Supply Wisconsin 250.

Recovering Hinchcliffe Remains Upbeat

James Hinchcliffe meets the media Saturday at The Milwaukee Mile (Al Steinberg photo)

In his usual upbeat spirit, Verizon IndyCar Series driver James Hinchcliffe has tried to do just that — stay upbeat

Pigot Handles Indy Lights Foes In Time Trials

Spencer Pigot sped to the Indy Lights pole at the Milwaukee Mile on Saturday. (Al Steinberg photo)

For the second oval race on the calendar, a Mazda-powered Indy Lights Presented by Cooper Tires driver earned a place in the record books by obliterating an existing track record. Juncos Racing’s Spencer Pigot blistered The Milwaukee Mile with a two-lap average of 150.868 mph.

Newgarden Paces Milwaukee Practice

Josef Newgarden became the second driver to flip his race car in as many days on Thursday at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. He was thankfully unhurt. (IndyCar Photo)

Back in the days of the second IndyCar Series race each season at Milwaukee – the Tony Bettenhausen 200 – it was a one-day show with practice, qualifications and the race all on the same day during the Wisconsin State Fair in August.

IndyCar Confirms 2015 Banquet Location

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Fans are invited to mingle with the stars of the Verizon IndyCar Series during the 2015 INDYCAR Championship Celebration on Monday, Aug. 31 at the historic Nob Hill Masonic Center in downtown San Francisco.

Harvey Leads Indy Lights Into Milwaukee

Jack Harvey (42) on his way to victory in Friday's Indy Lights event on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course. (Dave Heithaus Photo)

The Indy Lights Presented by Cooper Tires series heads to the oldest race track in North America, the Milwaukee Mile oval, this weekend. The schedule has reached a critical juncture with three drivers – Jack Harvey, Spencer Pigot and Ed Jones – separated by just 23 points as they chase a top prize of a guaranteed entry in three rounds of the 2016 Verizon IndyCar Series, including the historic 100th Indianapolis 500.

Wilson Back With Andretti At Milwaukee

Justin Wilson is back with Andretti Autosport this weekend at The Milwaukee Mile. (IndyCar Photo)

Racing veteran Justin Wilson will return to the Verizon IndyCar Series with Andretti Autosport beginning with this weekend’s Milwaukee IndyFest, and will continue to pilot the No. 25 Honda for the remainder of the 2015 season.


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