TIM TROWBRIDGE, 24, joined AJ Foyt Racing two years ago as a data acquisition engineer. This interview is the third in a series of four interviews with our twentysomethings. We asked him a few questions…
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Nate Boysen, 23, joined AJ Foyt Racing mid-season last year after earning his B.S. in Mechanical Engineering at Hope College. This is the second in a series of four interviews with our twentysomethings. We asked him a few questions…
Joe Pontin, 24, joined AJ Foyt Racing this season as an IndyCar mechanic who is learning from the veterans on the team. This is the first in a series of four interviews with our twentysomethings this week. We asked Joe a few questions…
INDIANAPOLIS—Luck is when preparation meets opportunity. A successful race strategy, savvy driving in wet conditions, a good car and solid pit stops all combined for Matheus Leist to deliver the ABC Supply Racing team its best finish since Takuma Sato drove for the team.
INDIANAPOLIS—Unseasonably cold weather at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway today had everyone looking for more grip on the 2.439-mile, 14-turn road course.
The 20 Somethings…Nate Boysen (23), Joe Pontin (24), Tim Trowbridge (24) and C.J. Nielsen (26) (pictured L to R) are the youngest members of AJ Foyt Racing except for the driver of the No.4 ABC Supply Chevrolet, Matheus Leist (20). We asked the crew members a few questions and will be featuring their entire interviews throughout next week.
SONOMA, Calif.—The month of May is a time for celebrations: Mother’s Day, graduations, weddings, and the start of summer vacations. For motorsports fans, May is a celebration of Speed.
INDIANAPOLIS – Racing legend A.J. Foyt has long cited the Indianapolis Motor Speedway as his favorite track in the world. Now he has one more reason to count it as his favorite.
LONG BEACH, Calif. – Auto racing is about results but sometimes the most inspiring runs are those that can’t be defined by the boxscore. The Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach was such a race for Tony Kanaan.
LONG BEACH, Calif.—Turn lemons into lemonade. That will be the challenge for Tony Kanaan and Matheus Leist tomorrow.