INDIANAPOLIS-Cooler temperatures provided better track conditions for the 33 NTT IndyCar Series drivers who took to the 2.5-mile oval for the penultimate practice before the Indianapolis 500.
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INDIANAPOLIS–Qualifying for the Indianapolis 500 can be the most terrifying or rewarding four laps in racing—and sometimes it can be both in the same day. For Tony Kanaan, the 2005 pole winner who will start his 18th Indianapolis 500 in 16th inside the sixth row, the tricky conditions were ones he had faced before.
INDIANAPOLIS — “Turn up the boost and turn ’em loose!” So it went on Fast Friday at Indianapolis Motor Speedway today as teams spent the last full day of practice trimming out their cars in search of speed. The engine manufacturers gave the teams a slight increase in boost which saw 12 cars top 230 mph including Tony Kanaan in the No. 14 ABC Supply Chevrolet.
C.J. NIELSEN, 26, joined AJ Foyt Racing in 2016 as a data acquisition engineer. This is the last of the series of interviews with our twentysomethings. We asked him a few questions…
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…
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 — “They knew we were here,” said A.J. Foyt after the 102nd Running of the Indianapolis 500 concluded. For the first time since 2001 when Robby Gordon led 22 laps, a Foyt-owned car was pacing the field–not due to pit stop cycles but because of Tony Kanaan and the flat out speed of the No. 14 ABC Supply Chevrolet.
INDIANAPOLIS – Carb Day is the final chance for race teams to fine-tune their cars for the Indianapolis 500. After the one hour practice was checkered, it was Tony Kanaan atop the scoring pylon with a lap speed of 227.791 mph in the No. 14 ABC Supply Chevrolet.
INDIANAPOLIS — The final practice before Carb Day proved to be a temperamental day for the AJ Foyt Racing team. Each driver found issues early on in the practice session, but fortunately, all three moved in the right direction by the conclusion of the three hour session.