BECKY BARANOUSKI, originally from Placentia, California, is the team coordinator for A.J. Foyt Enterprises, which is a broad title for someone who handles the team’s travel, has secured sponsorships and created events.
- Race Reports
- Track-Barber Motorsports Park
- Track-Gateway Motorsports Park
- Track-Indianapolis 500
- Track-Indianapolis Motor Speedway
- Track-Iowa Speedway
- Track-Long Beach
- Track-Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course
- Track-Pocono Raceway
- Track-Portland International Raceway
- Track-Raceway at Belle Isle 1
- Track-Raceway at Belle Isle 2
- Track-Road America
- Track-Sonoma Raceway
- Track-St. Petersburg
- Track-Texas Motor Speedway
BIRMINGHAM – The Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama had a story-book ending for some, but for A.J. Foyt’s ABC Supply team, the story was bittersweet.
BIRMINGHAM—Off-course excursions followed by red flags were commonplace in all three practice sessions at Barber Motorsports Park as the NTT IndyCar Series returned to the picturesque track for their 10th anniversary event. In qualifying, however, all rounds went off caution–free!
ERIC PRENTICE, of Perkiomenville, Pa. spends his race weekends as the outside tire changer on the No. 4 ABC Supply Chevrolet driven by Matheus Leist. The 6’4”, 305 lb. Prentice, who turns 43 in May, gave up his full-time position with Team Penske after 12 years in 2010 to spend more time with his young family.
AUSTIN, Texas–The INDYCAR Classic at the Circuit of the Americas turned into a historic race in its debut on the NTT IndyCar Series schedule with Colton Herta becoming the youngest ever winner at 18 years, 11 months and 25 days old in just his third IndyCar start.
AUSTIN – Red flags in NTT IndyCar Series qualifying can make or break a session for a team because they halt the qualifying round at the most opportune — or inopportune — times.
Team President LARRY FOYT opines on spending summers on Lake Travis, the challenges facing his team this season and racing at the Circuit of the Americas (COTA). We asked him a few questions…
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla.—“Tough day.” So summed up Tony Kanaan as he sat on the pit wall after finishing 15th in the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg, the season opener for the NTT IndyCar Series.
Unusual circumstances in the qualifying session today resulted in the team cars starting side by side in the 11th row of the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg.
A.J. FOYT returns to the track to watch his team compete for the first time since the Kohler Grand Prix at Road America on June 24, 2018.