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By INDYCAR AVONDALE, Arizona – INDYCAR announced that veteran racer Oriol Servia has been named a pace car driver for some Verizon IndyCar Series events this season, beginning with this weekend’s Desert Diamond West Valley Casino Phoenix Grand Prix at ISM Raceway. Servia will split duties with Sarah Fisher, who has been an INDYCAR pace car driver since 2016. “Sarah has done a great job for us but she was unavailable for all of the races,” said Jay Frye, INDYCAR president of competition and operations. “Oriol is a pro andRead More

Posted On June 1, 2017By Christopher DeHardeIn Breaking News, Headline News, IndyCar

Ed Carpenter Open to Team Expansion

By Christopher DeHarde, IndyCar & Road to Indy Writer Ed Carpenter Racing’s eponymous team owner has a pretty successful business model. After driving the teams’ sole car in 2012 and 2013, Carpenter contested the ovals in 2014, ceding the road and street courses to Mike Conway. After spending 2015 rebranded as CFH Racing thanks to a merger with Sarah Fisher and Wink Hartman, 2016 brought Spencer Pigot on to contest the road and street courses opposite Carpenter’s oval efforts in the No. 20 Fuzzy’s Ultra Premium Vodka Chevrolet. The team wouldRead More

Posted On August 8, 2016By Frank SantoroskiIn Breaking News, Headline News, IndyCar

Bryan Clauson 1989 – 2016

By Frank Santoroski, Staff Writer The tight-knit racing community is once again mourning the loss of a talented young driver. Bryan Clauson, one of the finest that USAC has ever seen, lost his life following a crash at the Belleville Midget Nationals in Kansas on Saturday night. Clauson had worked his way up from a ninth-place starting position into the lead of the event. He lost control when he got wrapped up in lapped traffic. As his car tumbled through the air, he was struck by another race car atRead More
Josef Newgarden 2015 Win
By Joey Barnes, Editor-in-Chief CFH Racing announced that owners Sarah Fisher and Wink Hartman have removed themselves as owners of the team, dissolving it and re-introducing Ed Carpenter Racing for the 2016 IndyCar season. Hartman’s oil company has taken a major hit since prices have reduced and as such hurt his chances to continue involvement with the team going forward. Fisher will stay involved with the team, working with current partners and assisting in sponsor development. Entering 2015 the trio of Hartmen, Fisher, and driver/owner Ed Carpenter decided to mergeRead More