A.J. Foyt Enterprises will no longer have primary sponsor ABC Supply in the 2020 IndyCar season after 15 years. Will they continue competing? When ABC Supply announced that they will no longer return to A.J. Foyt Enterprises as their primary sponsor for the 17-race 2020 IndyCar season, team owner A.J. Foyt was quick to state […]
James Hinchcliffe will not drive for Arrow McLaren Racing SP in the 2020 IndyCar season. Where will he end up, if anywhere? Back in August, James Hinchcliffe supposedly had a contract to drive for Arrow McLaren Racing SP in the 2020 IndyCar season. Hinchcliffe had driven for Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports since the 2015 season, […]
Hinchcliffe, Palou and Camara on Coyne shortlist Motorsport.com, Edition: Australia
Hinchcliffe, a six-time IndyCar race winner and 2016 Indy 500 polesitter, found himself dumped by Arrow McLaren SP in October as the team elected to replace he and rookie Marcus Ericsson with the two most recent Indy Lights champions, Patricio O’Ward and Oliver Askew.
Hinchcliffe has stayed quiet on the matter since the shock announcement in late October, tweeting only that he was still ...Keep reading
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Piquet contested the 2018 GP3 season with Trident, and remained with the team as the series merged into the FIA Formula 3 Championship for this year.
He was fifth in the FIA F3 standings this year – second of the non-Prema cars behind Hitech driver Juri Vips – and took a race win at Spa and two podiums.
He knows the majority of the Sauber Junior Team, run by Charouz, as the outfit ...Keep reading
Honda protege Matsushita finished sixth in the recently-concluded F2 season, falling short of the fourth place he needed to secure enough superlicense points for a Formula 1 seat.
With the F1 route no longer viable, Matsushita is set to contest a second season in Super Formula next season after his maiden campaign in 2018.
The 26-year-old will test for the returning Drago Corse team, which ...Keep reading
Polesitter Giuliano Alesi, son of ex-F1 driver Jean, made a great start and his lead was 1.7 seconds at the end of the first lap. But by the eighth lap of 22, Ghiotto had eradicated the Ferrari junior’s lead and swept through at Turn 11.
Ghiotto extended his lead to 2.3s after the following lap and the Italian breezed off into the distance, his victory securing him third place in the ...Keep reading