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.
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WALLER, Texas-Motorsports executive Scott Harner has joined AJ Foyt Racing as vice-president of operations. He will be based in the team’s Speedway, Indiana race shop.
Every year when the racing activity slows down, the sponsor activity ramps up for AJ Foyt Racing.
INDIANAPOLIS – A.J. Foyt, the first driver to win the Indianapolis 500 four times, will serve as the grand marshal for the Red Bull Air Race World Championship event Oct. 6-7 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
SONOMA, Calif.—The Verizon IndyCar Series wrapped up its final race of the season with its final appearance at Sonoma Raceway with the INDYCAR Grand Prix of Sonoma. Scott Dixon finished second in the race to Ryan Hunter-Reay but Dixon won the championship title, the fifth of his career.
SONOMA, Calif.—Under sunny skies and with temperatures in the low 70s, Tony Kanaan qualified the No. 14 ABC Supply Chevrolet for a record-setting 300th consecutive IndyCar race in what will be the final appearance for the Verizon IndyCar Series at the beautiful Sonoma Raceway.
TONY KANAAN will make his 300th consecutive IndyCar start this weekend in Sonoma. It will also mark his 360th IndyCar race (total) since he started competing in 1998 at the age of 23 and went on to win the Rookie of the Year title.
PORTLAND, Ore. – The Grand Prix of Portland returned IndyCar racing to the Northwest and, by all accounts, it was a huge success as the fans turned out in droves the entire race weekend.
PORTLAND, Ore.—Despite the best efforts of A.J. Foyt’s ABC Supply Racing team, the struggles on permanent road courses continues. After two days of practice at Portland International Raceway, the team was still trying to sort through different setups for qualifying today.
Rodney Klausmeyer, nicknamed ‘Rod Dog’, joined AJ Foyt Racing in 2000 as a transporter driver after working as an electrician for A.J. Foyt when Foyt built his race shop in Waller, Texas in 1998. We asked Rodney a few questions, including one about getting his windshield smashed while driving…