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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 to complete the two-car Dragon Racing entry for the 19-race IZOD IndyCar Series season, Saavedra participated at the team's first on-track session of the new year. The Colombian will join ...
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IndyCar’s 2013 Leaders Circle program expands to 22 entrants
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IndyCar: Mike Conway hoping to drive more races in 2013
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Tristan Vautier gets promoted to IndyCar this season
Indy Lights champion Tristan Vautier will make the move to IndyCar this season. The 23-year-old Frenchman told Autoweek that he has agreed to join Schmidt Peterson Motorsports in a two-car effort ...
IndyCar: Mike Conway to race at Long Beach with Rahal Letterman
Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing today announced that they will enter a second Honda-Dallara in this year's Grand Prix of Long Beach to be driven by Mike Conway. The 2011 Long Beach ...
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Former F1 driver Narain Karthikeyan has reportedly set his sights on IndyCar, following the demise of the HRT team. As a return to Formula 1 is highly improbable, the Indian driver ...
IndyCar: Tagliani remains with Bryan Herta Autosport for 2013
Alex Tagliani will keep his seat at Bryan Herta Autosport in 2013. The Canadian was widely expected to stay on with the team and the deal has now been finalised. "The ...
IndyCar retains controversial engine change penalty for 2013
The IZOD IndyCar Series rulebook for 2013 includes a number of new regulations for competing teams. By far the most controversial rule among fans is the engine change penalty, which has ...

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