IndyCar Race Reports. Page 10

  • Bourdais reigns, ends NHR Long Beach drought.

    Open article Bourdais reigns, ends NHR Long Beach drought.

    10 April 2005 Sebastien Bourdais brought to an end one of American motorsport's longest 'losing' streaks by giving Newman/Haas Racing its first Long Beach race win in 18 years with a measured victory over polesitter Paul Tracy.

  • TA: Legge wins Long Beach!

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    10 April 2005 Katherine Legge struck a blow for the fairer sex - and for Britain - by claiming victory in the opening round of the Toyota Atlantic series in Long Beach.

  • Wheldon makes history in St Petersburg.

    Open article Wheldon makes history in St Petersburg.

    04 April 2005 Englishman Dan Wheldon became the first driver to win an IRL IndyCar Series race on a track other than an oval as he led an Andretti-Green Racing top four sweep on the sunny streets of St Petersburg in Florida.

  • Hornish sneaks Phoenix win.

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    20 March 2005 Sam Hornish Jr used a late fuel only pitstop to out-guile a dominant Andretti-Green Racing team and record his second IRL IndyCar Series victory at the one-mile Phoenix International Raceway.

  • Wheldon kicks off season with victory.

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    07 March 2005 After finishing second in the standings in 2004, Brit Dan Wheldon made the perfect start to his Indy Racing League title challenge with victory in the season opening Toyota Indy 300.

  • Mexican win sees Bourdais crowned Champion.

    Open article Mexican win sees Bourdais crowned Champion.

    08 November 2004 Sebastien Bourdais threw a knockout blow with his first punch in Mexico City, taking a commanding lead into the first turn of the season ending Gran Premio Telmex-Tecate and rolling away to a flag-to-flag win that clinched the 2004 Champ Car World Series title.

  • Title fight goes to wire as Junqueira win.

    Open article Title fight goes to wire as Junqueira win.

    24 October 2004 The battle for the 2004 Champ Car World Series will go to the wire after Bruno Junqueira showed his considerable skills in a stirring drive in front of 107,321 Australian fans to win the Lexmark Indy 300.

  • Texas report:  Helio's high, barren for Alex.

    Open article Texas report: Helio's high, barren for Alex.

    18 October 2004 Three poles, no wins for Helio Castroneves, but at the fourth time of asking it all came good for the Penske driver, who won a Texas race also notable for a big accident between Alex Barron and Dario Franchitti.

  • MIPS: Medeiros back on top with sixth win.

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    17 October 2004 Already crowned as the 2004 Menards Infiniti Pro Series champion, Thiago Medeiros rounded out a triumphant year by adding a record-breaking sixth victory of the season at Texas Motor Speedway.

  • Toyota Indy 300: Adrian's win, Tony's title.

    Open article Toyota Indy 300: Adrian's win, Tony's title.

    04 October 2004 Tony Kanaan knew he only had to finish fourth in the Toyota Indy 400 to win the 2004 Indy Racing League title with a round to spare. But he so nearly won the race on California's Fontana Speedway.

  • Bourdais wins big in Vegas.

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    27 September 2004 A tenth of a second isn't much, but that's all it took for Sebastien Bourdais to make poor results at Montreal and Laguna Seca a distant memory as he took a sixth win of the season in the Bridgestone 400 – the first Champ Car race at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

  • Carpentier secures back-to-back Laguna wins.

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    13 September 2004 Patrick Carpentier secured his first win of the 2004 Champ Car World Series as he followed up his start-to-finish win at Laguna Seca last season with a second straight win at the venue in the Grand Prix of Monterey.

  • MIPS: Medeiros closes in on title with win.

    Open article MIPS: Medeiros closes in on title with win.

    12 September 2004 Thiago Medeiros took another step towards taking the Menards Infiniti Pro Series with a dominant start to finish victory in the Chicagoland 100.

  • Nazareth – Dan's delight as Penske throws it away.

    Open article Nazareth – Dan's delight as Penske throws it away.

    30 August 2004 Roger Penske's team dominated the last race at the track he built, but bad luck and poor pit-work meant the Captain left Indy Racing League's 100th event empty-handed. Andretti-Green Racing's Dan Wheldon took the win, leading home Tony Kanaan and Dario Franchitti.

  • Junqueira back in contention after Montreal win.

    Open article Junqueira back in contention after Montreal win.

    29 August 2004 Bruno Junqueira had kept himself within reach in the hunt for the 2004 Champ Car title despite the fact that he had not won a race and had only led 45 laps of competition through nine races.

  • MIPS: Chesson takes third straight win.

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    23 August 2004 Former World of Outlaw star PJ Chesson is rapidly becoming one of the brightest potential stars of the future after he claimed a third consecutive Menards Infiniti Pro Series win in Sunday's Pikes Peak 100.

  • Bourdais takes action packed Denver win.

    Open article Bourdais takes action packed Denver win.

    16 August 2004 Sebastien Bourdais took his fifth victory of the Champ Car season to extend his lead at the top of the drivers standings after a stunning drive in the Grand Prix of Denver.

  • Fernandez takes first win.

    Open article Fernandez takes first win.

    16 August 2004 Adrian Fernandez claimed his first victory in the Indy Racing League with a narrow victory at Kentucky Speedway.

  • TA: Rookie Bremer takes first win in Denver.

    Open article TA: Rookie Bremer takes first win in Denver.

    16 August 2004 It was hard to tell who was the happiest driver following Sunday's Toyota Atlantic Championship race in Denver, as rookie Ronnie Bremer earned his first-ever Atlantic victory, and Ryan Dalziel closed to within one point of the series lead with two races remaining after taking the runner-up spot.

  • TA: Dalziel takes fourth win.

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    09 August 2004 Ryan Dalziel is hitting his stride at exactly the right time in the Toyota Atlantic Championship Presented by Yokohama.

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