IndyCar Race Reports. Page 11

  • MIPS: Former Outlaw Chesson takes maiden win.

    Open article MIPS: Former Outlaw Chesson takes maiden win.

    02 August 2004 The charismatic PJ Chesson claimed his first Menards Infiniti Pro Series victory in just his fourth career start for Mo Nunn Racing's new team in Sunday's Paramount Health Insurance 100 at the Michigan International Speedway.

  • Rice steals Michigan prize as pit crews suffer.

    Open article Rice steals Michigan prize as pit crews suffer.

    02 August 2004 Tony Kanaan led 185 of the 200 laps in the Michigan 400, but not the one that mattered. With 10 laps left Buddy Rice rounded his Andretti-Green Racing rival to snatch the win and close the gap between them at the top of the table. [1]

  • Dario breaks his duck on Milwaukee's Mile

    Open article Dario breaks his duck on Milwaukee's Mile

    26 July 2004 Since leaving ChampCars for the Indy Racing League at the end of 2002 Dario Franchitti's luck has turned foul. But the tide finally turned at Milwaukee and in dominant fashion as Dario led the most laps on his way to his first IRL victory.

  • Bourdais run ends with Tracy victory.

    Open article Bourdais run ends with Tracy victory.

    26 July 2004 The Champ Car winning streak of Sebastien Bourdais has come to an end after Paul Tracy took the honours in the Molson Indy Vancouver.

  • MIPS: Dana wins as just three finish in Milwaukee.

    Open article MIPS: Dana wins as just three finish in Milwaukee.

    26 July 2004 Paul Dana captured his first Menards Infiniti Pro Series victory to end points leader Thiago Medeiros' four-race win streak in a race that saw just nine starters and a meagre three finishers.

  • Kanaan takes advantage as Rahal squad slips up

    Open article Kanaan takes advantage as Rahal squad slips up

    18 July 2004 Tony Kanaan extended his Indy Racing League points lead in the season's final evening race at Nashville Superspeedway, on a day when he did not have the best car.

  • Bourdais takes action packed win in Toronto.

    Open article Bourdais takes action packed win in Toronto.

    11 July 2004 Sebastien Bourdais has moved to the top of the driver's standings after claiming his fourth win of the season in an action packed Molson Indy Toronto.

  • Rice the man in Kansas - but only just.

    Open article Rice the man in Kansas - but only just.

    04 July 2004 Buddy Rice dominated the Argent Mortgage Indy 300 at the superfast Kansas Speedway. Or at least Rahal-Letterman Racing did – Rice came within five thousandths of a second of losing it to his hugely impressive team-mate Vitor Meira.

  • Bourdais leads Newman Haas 1-2.

    Open article Bourdais leads Newman Haas 1-2.

    04 July 2004 Sebastien Bourdais has moved up to second in the driver's standings after winning the fifth round of the Champ Car World Series in Cleveland.

  • Medeiros completes IPS hat-trick in Kansas.

    Open article Medeiros completes IPS hat-trick in Kansas.

    03 July 2004 Thiago Medeiros strengthened his grip on the Menards Infiniti Pro Series points race by reeling off his third straight win of the season at Kansas Speedway.

  • Wheldon is the rich man at Richmond.

    Open article Wheldon is the rich man at Richmond.

    27 June 2004 Dario Franchitti tried to play the fuel gamble trick in the SunTrust Indy 300 at Richmond, but ended his night spinning down the field. Dan Wheldon started in third to last spot and at one point went a lap down, but his decision to gamble paid off with a race win and a return to the top of the points table.

  • Bourdais fits the Portland bill.

    Open article Bourdais fits the Portland bill.

    20 June 2004 McDonald's backed Newman-Haas racing driver Sebastien Bourdais was lovin' it in Oregon as he fitted the bill for glory at the 1.969 mile track, leading from pole to chequered flag at Portland in the Champ Car World Series.

  • Andretti-Green all the way in Texas.

    Open article Andretti-Green all the way in Texas.

    13 June 2004 Andretti-Green driver Tony Kanaan was most often out front in a typical Texas thriller un der the lights and led home team-mate Dario Franchitti to win the Bombadier 500.

  • Hunter-Reay dominates at Milwaukee.

    Open article Hunter-Reay dominates at Milwaukee.

    06 June 2004 As if notching up his first career Champ Car pole wasn't enough at Milwaukee, Ryan Hunter-Reay lead every single one of the 250 laps at the Milwaukee Mile to take a dominant victory.

  • Damp Indy 500 falls to Rice.

    Open article Damp Indy 500 falls to Rice.

    31 May 2004 Rain delays and red flags added to the usual sprinkling of big crashes to ensure the 2004 Indianapolis 500 had its fair share of drama, but through it all came pole-sitter Buddy Rice.

  • Bourdais on top in Monterrey.

    Open article Bourdais on top in Monterrey.

    23 May 2004 ChampCar's annual visit to Mexico served up a race of changing fortunes and much incident, but the constant factor was Sebastian Bourdais.

  • Medeiros claims Freedom 100 victory.

    Open article Medeiros claims Freedom 100 victory.

    23 May 2004 Infiniti Pro Series points leader Thiago Medeiros cemented his position at the head of the pack by taking his second consecutive victory of the year in the Futaba Freedom 100 at Indianapolis.

  • Tracy wins at Long Beach

    Open article Tracy wins at Long Beach

    19 April 2004 Paul Tracy made an early race pass for the lead stuck on his way to another win. Tracy was never challenged once in front and began the 2004 Champ Car season just as he did in 2003, with a win.

  • Dalziel wins Toyota Atlantic opener.

    Open article Dalziel wins Toyota Atlantic opener.

    18 April 2004 The sunshine returned to California after a wet start to the Toyota Atlantic Championship, and it shone down on Scotland's Ryan Dalziel as he piloted the #28 ProWorks Sierra Sierra Enterprises entry to a dominant victory on the streets of Long Beach.

  • Wheldon big in Japan.

    Open article Wheldon big in Japan.

    17 April 2004 Indycar racing has a new star, and he's a Brit. Dan Wheldon started from pole position in his Andretti Green Racing Dallara and dominated the Indy Japan 300.

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