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By Josh Farmer, IndyCar Reporter Juncos Racing announced its intent to compete in the 101st Running of the Indianapolis 500 presented by PennGrade Motor Oil. The Powerhouse Mazda Road to Indy team has acquired two Dallara chassis and pit equipment from the defunct KV Racing team in order to make an assault on the May classic. The squad will be based out of their new shop – the Juncos Technical Center – located just outside the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Speedway, Indiana. The new 40,000 square foot shop features eightRead More
By Joey Barnes, Editor-in-Chief An enjoyable ride has come to an end in the Verizon IndyCar Series for KV Racing Technology. The team confirmed on Thursday via a release that it has officially closed its doors and will support Juncos Racing, as team owner Ricardo Juncos seeks to move up to IndyCar after several seasons spent in the Mazda Road to Indy presented by Cooper Tires. “I want to thank all those who have written to express their appreciation of the efforts of KV Racing Technology during the last 14Read More

Posted On December 5, 2016By Josh FarmerIn Breaking News, Headline News, IndyCar

Farmer: For Sato, The Time is Now

By Josh  Farmer, IndyCar Reporter Andretti Autosport and newly signed driver Takuma Sato both are looking to have the perfect marriage into the 2017 Verizon IndyCar Series Season. For the Formula 1 competitor, he is joining a powerhouse team after a very hot and cold tenure at AJ Foyt Racing. Aside from a win at Long Beach in 2013 and briefly leading the series standings heading into the Indianapolis 500 that year, he has more than his fair share of bad luck. The 39-year-old Japanese driver has shown many flashes of greatness.Read More
By Frank Santoroski, Staff Writer KV Racing Technology announced today that Stefan Wilson will join their team for the historic 100th Running of the Indianapolis 500 presented by PennGrade Oil.  The effort is made possible through a very special partnership with the Indiana Donor Network and the cause Driven2SaveLives. The Indiana Donor Network, one of 58 designated organ recovery organizations in the United States, oversees and coordinates organ, tissue and eye donation, and provides public education on donation and transplantation across the state. Wilson is the younger brother of IndyCarRead More
By April Furst, Staff Writer INDIANAPOLIS: April 1, 2016- One of the best-kept secrets in motor racing is now out of the bag as KVSH Racing announced early this morning that NASCAR regular Dale Earnhardt Jr. will be driving a second entry for the team at the historic 100th running of the Indianapolis 500. The car will be powered by Chevrolet and sponsored by Kick Start. Earnhardt will run his familiar number 88 on the IndyCar. In running the Memorial Day double that includes racing at Indianapolis and Charlotte onRead More
By Josh Farmer, IndyCar Reporter & NASCAR Contributor The team transporter for KVSH Racing, which was carrying the #11 Hydroxycut Chevrolet of Sebastien Bourdais, caught fire while en route to Phoenix International Raceway this morning. The fire occurred around 25 miles northeast of Phoenix International Raceway. The team is currently assessing the damage while driver Sebastien Bourdais tweeted that the car did not suffer any damage and the crew aboard the transporter was not injured. Marshall Pruett of RACER reported that KVSH Racing team manager Steve Moore is on theRead More

Posted On December 21, 2015By Josh FarmerIn Breaking News, Headline News, IndyCar

Daly to race full time for DCR in 2016

By Josh Farmer, Journalist Conor Daly will join Dale Coyne Racing for a full season effort in the 2016 Verizon IndyCar Series season. Daly will drive the #18 Honda/Dallara with sponsorship from Jonathan Bryd’s Restaurant and Hospitality group except for the Indianapolis 500, when Byrd will sponsor USAC standout Bryan Clauson in a 3rd entry for DCR. The Noblesville, Indiana native has spent the last season searching for an IndyCar ride after racing in GP3 and GP2 from 2011-2014. He raced for Coyne last year at the Toyota Grand Prix ofRead More
Sebastien Bourdais took advantage of an excellent strategy call to get out in front and stay there to take his second win of the season. Bourdais made his second pitstop just before the race’s first caution on lap 115 and subsequently stayed out as the rest of the leaders pitted under yellow. Up until that point, Josef Newgarden had dominated the race until a slow pitstop took him out of the lead and Scott Dixon inheritted the lead before the yellow. Bourdais restarted ahead of Ryan Hunter-Reay, Simon Pagenaud, JustinRead More
Sebastien Bourdais managed to stretch his fuel and make the most of the circumstances and claim his 33rd Indy car win in the second race of the Chevrolet Duel in Detroit weekend. Rain once again became a major factor as the Belle Isle circuit was drenched in the hours leading to the second race of the weekend. Bourdais started in the 9th position and remained steadily in the top 5 while Juan Pablo Montoya dominated the early stint of the race. His only challenge came from teammate Will Power, butRead More
Will Power edged teammate Helio Castroneves and set a lap record in qualifying in the final minutes of the Firestone Fast Six to take the pole for race 1 at the Raceway at Belle Isle. Power elected to wait until the final few minutes to take his shot at the pole while Helio Castroneves, Juan Pablo Montoya, Takuma Sato and Simon Pagenaud all took to the track right away. Castroneves laid down a lap of 1:16.1200 that looked relatively safe to keep the pole but Power was not to beRead More