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When his No. 6 Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports (Arrow SPM) Honda Indy car climbed the wall into the fencing at Pocono Raceway last August, few thought the Canadian ace would regain mobility.
The two-time Formula 1 champion who qualified well for one Indianapolis 500 yet failed to make the field of 33 a second time has amicably parted ways with the British F1 entrant and supercar manufacturer.
INDYCAR is moving forward on its Aeroscreen, a driver safety protective device. It enlisted current and five-time driving champion Scott Dixon to conduct a simulator test of a prototype.
Mazda has been serious about its sports car racing for quite a while.
The Spec MX-5 Challenge is a series where third generation Mazda Miata’s duke it out for driver glory, has now opened to Touring 4 cars. Along with that, the series has also created shootouts where drivers can earn a new race car to reward their efforts at the end of the season.
Run at the 8.467 mile Circuit de la Sarthe, this was an event for the ages.
Let’s face it: France’s Automobile Club de l’Ouest (ACO) doesn’t particularly like American racers. Yes, they tolerate Corvette Racing, who were invited to participate in the 24 Heures du Mans for a 20th consecutive year, but the rest of American racers definitely have difficulties dealing with the group led by Pierre Fillon.
There can only be one winner in any competition.
On Carb Day Friday, INDYCAR showed off a driver cockpit protection Aeroscreen that will be implemented for the 2020 NTT IndyCar Series season.