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Sunday, September 18, 2016

RHR Signs With Andretti Through 2020

Andretti Autosport announced their contract with Indianapolis 500 and Verizon IndyCar Series champion Ryan Hunter-Reay through the 2020 season. The extension was made possible with the re-up of DHL as a primary sponsor.

"Our relationship with DHL grew out of a partnership that dates back to 2005,” said Andretti Autosport CEO Michael Andretti. "To see this partnership develop and continue over a 15-year period, through 2020, is the result of hard work by both companies in support of DHL marketing, sales and B2B objectives. It also reflects the strength of the Verizon IndyCar Series and Indianapolis 500 properties."

Hunter-Reay will join Marco Andretti as the two confirmed Andretti Autosport drivers in 2017. It appears likely defending Indianapolis 500 winner Alexander Rossi will return to the team for a second consecutive year.

The team's fourth entry entry is one of the major question marks going into IndyCar's Silly Season. Carlos Munoz could return, a new driver with funding could land the seat, or it may remain parked. Time will tell.

Wednesday, September 14, 2016

INDYCAR Freezes Aero Kit Development

INDYCAR, the sanctioning body for the Verizon IndyCar Series, announced today that they have froze all development on IndyCar Series aero kits effective immediately. Both Honda and Chevy will continue to use the current kit with no alterations through next season. Beginning in 2018 INDYCAR will introduce a universal aero kit for all cars.

"The 2018 car is a tremendous opportunity for INDYCAR and the design collaboration is already underway," Frye continued. "The goal of the universal car is to be great-looking, less aero dependent, have more potential for mechanical grip/downforce and to incorporate all the latest safety enhancements."

Sunday, September 4, 2016

Dixon Wins At The Glen

(Photo: James Black)

Scott Dixon absolutely obliterated the field, winning today's race at Watkins Glen by over 16 seconds. The largest margin of victory since 2009.

Race Results

1 Scott Dixon
2 Josef Newgarden
3 Helio Castroneves
4 Conor Daly
5 Sebastien Bourdais
6 Charlie Kimball
7 Simon Pagenaud
8 Alexander Rossi
9 RC Enerson
10 Max Chilton
11 Carlos Munoz
12 Marco Andretti
13 Juan Pablo Montoya
14 Ryan Hunter-Reay
15 Spencer Pigot
16 Jack Hawkswoth
17 Takuma Sato
18 James Hinchcliffe
19 Tony Kanaan
20 Will Power
21 Graham Rahal
22  Mikhail Aleshin

(All Photos: James Black)














































Race Day At The Glen

To the surprise of absolutely no one, Scott Dixon was atop the race morning warmup session. Since rolling the No. 9 Target Chevy car off the transporter Dixon has dominated the weekend, destroying the track record while on his way to pole.

Top 10 from Sunday's warmup:

1 Scott Dixon
2 RC Enerson
3 Josef Newgarden
4 Conor Daly
5 Graham Rahal
6 Juan Pablo Montoya
7 Charlie Kimball
8 Helio Castroneves
9 Mihail Aleshin
10 Sebastien Bourdais

                                                                                     (All Photos: James Black)