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Graham Rahal doesn’t rule out return to Ganassi’s IndyCar team in the future


Graham Rahal says a return to the Ganassi IndyCar team is not to be ruled out in the future, although he is convinced that coming to Rahal Letterman Lanigan was the best move for him. Rahal left Ganassi at the end of 2012 to join his father's Rahal Letterman Lanigan team, following two frustrating seasons that left him with only four ...
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IndyCar: Takuma Sato tops Sebring test
Takuma Sato's got off on the right foot with his new team A.J. Foyt Racing at the seanson's first test session at Sebring International Raceway. The Japanese, who joined Foyt after ...
IndyCar: Saavedra and Bourdais get off on the right foot
Dragon Racing's new driver Sebastian Saavedra and veteran Sebastien Bourdais had a good time during their first test as team-mates at Sebring International Raceway. Less than a week after being named ...
IndyCar: blu eCigs to sponsor Conway for Long Beach race
Electronic cigarette brand blu eCigs will be the primary sponsor of the No. 17 Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing Indy car which will be driven by Mike Conway at the Toyota ...
Former rivals would welcome Allmendinger to IndyCar
AJ Allmendiger got to drive an IndyCar again today after a seven year hiatus during a pre-season test with Penske Racing at Sebring. While nothing is known yet about his future ...
Conquest Racing pulls out of IndyCar to concentrate on ALMS
Conquest Racing has decided not to enter the 2013 IZOD IndyCar Series, the team announced. “We made this decision this week. After considering many scenarios we decided that the time for ...
IndyCar: Katherine Legge plans to sue Dragon Racing for unilateral contract termination
Katherine Legge is planning legal action over her termination from Dragon Racing on Wednesday, one day after the team announced it signed Sebastian Saavedra to drive the No. 6 car ...
IndyCar: E.J. Viso joins Andretti Autosport for the 2013 season
Venezuelan driver E.J. Viso will join reigning IZOD IndyCar Series champion Andretti Autosport for the 19-race 2013 season. Viso will drive the No. 5 Team Venezuela PDVSA Chevrolet, joining Andretti’s full-season ...
Michael Shank still determined to enter Indy 500
Although Michael Shank Racing has sold its Dallara DW12 car to Schmidt Peterson Motorsports, team owner Michael Shank is not giving up on his dream to compete in IndyCar. Shank, who ...
IndyCar’s 2013 Leaders Circle program expands to 22 entrants
IndyCar announced on Wednesday the 2013 Leaders Circle program has expanded to cover 22 full-time entrants. The 22 cars have committed to compete in the entire 19-race IZOD IndyCar Series season. ...

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