Month: March 2019

Josef Newgarden and Ryan Hunter-Reay say IndyCar must look into its decision to allow drivers to run off-track at Austin’s Turn 19 by deciding not to enforce track limits. In IndyCar’s pre-season open test at Austin drivers repeatedly ran wide at the penultimate corner, raising the possibility of the series having to review continual violations
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Ricardo Juncos says that this weekend’s IndyCar Classic remains his team’s only confirmed 2019 IndyCar event, though has potential deals for three more outings. One of the star junior formula teams of the past decade, Juncos Racing made its IndyCar debut with a two-car effort in the 2017 Indy 500. Last year Juncos ran a
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The Ferrari and McLaren Formula 1 teams both changed branding on their cars for the Australian Grand Prix after complaints about their links to tobacco companies. The saga was reminiscent of the bygone era in which F1 teams carried full-on tobacco sponsorship, with as many as five teams running such branding as late as 2001.
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