IndyCar Race Reports. Page 10

  • Bourdais snatches Houston win.

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    14 May 2006 Sebastien Bourdais took advantage of a small mistake by Mario Dominguez to snatch victory in the Grand Prix of Houston on Saturday night, extending his championship lead handsomely in the process.

  • Castroneves completes dominant Motegi weekend.

    Open article Castroneves completes dominant Motegi weekend.

    22 April 2006 His pole position may have been a gift thanks to Friday's inclement weather conditions at Twin Ring Motegi but Helio Castroneves certainly earned his second consecutive IRL IndyCar Series win on Saturday.

  • Bourdais perfect at the Beach.

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    09 April 2006 Sebastien Bourdais stamped his authority on the 2006 Champ Car World Series Championship in style on Sunday as he dominated the 74 lap Toyota Grand Prix to complete a perfect points scoring weekend for the French born Newman-Haas Racing driver.

  • Helio seals the deal in St Pete.

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    03 April 2006 Helio Castroneves may have missed out on victory last weekend at Homestead by the narrowest of margins but he made up for it on Sunday in St Petersburg.

  • Wheldon takes joyless Homestead win.

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    27 March 2006 There was little to celebrate as Dan Wheldon picked up where he left off in 2005 by taking a typically close victory in the season opening Toyota Indy 300 at the Homestead-Miami Speedway.

  • Bourdais surfs to second title.

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    23 October 2005 After a first lap incident eliminating Cristiano da Matta and Mario Dominguez and requiring pole-sitter Oriol Servia to make an immediate stop, it was a championship performance from Sebastian Bourdais all the way in the Lexmark Indy 300 in the Champ Car World Series for the Frenchman crowned champion as he stepped from his Newman-Haas Lola in pitlane at the end of the race.

  • Servia breaks victory duck.

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    29 August 2005 Oriol Servia broke his Champ Car World Series victory duck in the most bizarre fashion when rookie Timo Glock was ordered by Champ Car officials to move over and let the Spaniard past on the final lap of Sunday's Molson Indy Montreal.

  • Tracy error gifts Bourdais Denver win.

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    14 August 2005 By his own admission Paul Tracy almost gifted Sebastien Bourdais the 2005 Champ Car World Series title after a simple error two thirds of the way through Sunday's Centrix Financial Grand Prix of Denver ended Tracy's day and handed Bourdais an easy win.

  • Hornish out-duels Franchitti in Milwaukee.

    Open article Hornish out-duels Franchitti in Milwaukee.

    25 July 2005 Sam Hornish Jr led more than 100 laps in Sunday's ABC Supply Co./AJ Foyt 225 at the Milwaukee Mile to claim his second win of the season but only after overcoming a stiff challenge from defending Milwaukee winner Dario Franchitti.

  • Bourdais benefits from RuSPORT misfortune.

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    18 July 2005 For a while it looked like Justin Wilson and AJ Allmendinger were going to give Carl Russo and his RuSPORT team a first ever one-two finish in the Champ Car World Series just a week after Wilson gave the team its first victory, but bad luck late on saw Sebastien Bourdais secure victory in the first running of the Grand Prix of Edmonton.

  • Franchitti wins 'home' race at Nashville.

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    17 July 2005 Dario Franchitti passed Patrick Carpentier on lap 194 and held on for the victory in the Firestone Indy 200 at Nashville Superspeedway Saturday.

  • Kanaan denies Wheldon Kansas triumph.

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    04 July 2005 Defending IndyCar Series Champion Tony Kanaan showed that the 2005 title chase isn't over just yet after fending off Dan Wheldon to claim victory in Sunday's Argent Mortgage Indy 300 at the Kansas Speedway.

  • Castroneves climbs fence at Richmond.

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    26 June 2005 Helio Castroneves scored his first victory and his first trademark fence-climb of 2005 with a victory in the SunTrust Indy Challenge at Richmond International Raceway.

  • Strategy helps da Matta to Portland victory.

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    20 June 2005 All Cristiano da Matta wanted on a sunny Sunday in Portland was a little space after the former series champion felt he was being badly affected by traffic around the 1.964-mile circuit.

  • 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!

    Open article TA: Legge wins Long Beach!

    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.

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