IndyCar Race Reports. Page 8

  • St Pete 2007: Helio nearly perfect.

    Open article St Pete 2007: Helio nearly perfect.

    01 April 2007 Marlboro Team Penske's Helio Castroneves led 95 of 100 laps as he successfully defended his 2006 Honda Indy Grand Prix crown on the 1.8-mile St Petersburg street circuit. [2]

  • Homestead 2007: Wheldon's three-peat.

    Open article Homestead 2007: Wheldon's three-peat.

    25 March 2007 Englishman Dan Wheldon scored his third straight Homestead-Miami Speedway IRL Indycar Series victory in dominant fashion on Saturday night, beating his Target Chip Ganassi Racing teammate Scott Dixon to the chequered flag by a massive six seconds.

  • Bourdais signs off with last gasp Mexico win.

    Open article Bourdais signs off with last gasp Mexico win.

    12 November 2006 Sebastien Bourdais crowned his historic 2006 Champ Car World Series season with one of his best victories yet, passing Justin Wilson on the 66th and final lap of Sunday's Gran Premio Telmex at the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez.

  • Philippe becomes youngest winner of Oz.

    Open article Philippe becomes youngest winner of Oz.

    22 October 2006 Nelson Philippe became the youngest winner ever of a Champ Car race in another afternoon of drama at Surfers Paradise while Sebastien Bourdais duly wrapped up the 2006 title despite enduring one of the worst days of his entire career.

  • Allmendinger wins RA as Legge survives major crash

    Open article Allmendinger wins RA as Legge survives major crash

    24 September 2006 AJ Allmendinger emerged victorious on Champ Car's return to Road America to keep his faint title hopes alive, but the main talking point was a terrible accident for Briton Katherine Legge, from which she was lucky to emerge unscathed.

  • Wheldon wins, Hornish champion at Chicagoland.

    Open article Wheldon wins, Hornish champion at Chicagoland.

    10 September 2006 Sam Hornish Jr clinched his third IRL Indycar title on a tie-breaker after conceding victory in the final round of the season at Chicagoland to outgoing king Dan Wheldon.

  • Montreal win puts title within reach for Seb.

    Open article Montreal win puts title within reach for Seb.

    28 August 2006 Sebastien Bourdais took a major stride towards the 2006 Champ Car World Series title with a commanding win in Monday's delayed Grand Prix of Montreal. [1]

  • Marco wins at Infineon.

    Open article Marco wins at Infineon.

    27 August 2006 Series rookie Marco Andretti scored his first IRL IndyCar win in Sunday's Indy Grand Prix of Sonoma at the Infineon Raceway.

  • Wheldon pit slip gifts Hornish Kentucky win.

    Open article Wheldon pit slip gifts Hornish Kentucky win.

    13 August 2006 Sam Hornish Jr swept back to the head of the 2006 IRL IndyCar Series points table with victory in Sunday's Meijer Indy 300 at the Kentucky Speedway but only after Dan Wheldon let another win slip through his grasp.

  • AJ wins in Denver as Seb gets physical.

    Open article AJ wins in Denver as Seb gets physical.

    13 August 2006 AJ Allmendinger sliced into Sebastien Bourdais' championship lead with a convincing win in Sunday's Bridgestone Grand Prix of Denver, a race that started and finished with a bang.

  • Helio happy to wait for Michigan win.

    Open article Helio happy to wait for Michigan win.

    31 July 2006 Helio Castroneves regained his early season IRL IndyCar Series points lead thanks to victory in Sunday's rain delayed Firestone Indy 400 at the Michigan International Speedway.

  • Bourdais rolls to San Jose win.

    Open article Bourdais rolls to San Jose win.

    30 July 2006 Sebastien Bourdais controlled proceedings all afternoon to take his second consecutive victory on the streets of San Jose and increase his championship lead back to more than 30 points.

  • Wilson seals the deal in Edmonton.

    Open article Wilson seals the deal in Edmonton.

    25 July 2006 Justin Wilson had done just about everything during the first half of the 2006 Champ Car World Series season except win a race. But on Sunday in Edmonton he put a change to that.

  • Kanaan snaps AGR losing streak.

    Open article Kanaan snaps AGR losing streak.

    24 July 2006 Tony Kanaan finally gave Andretti-Green Racing something to smile about this year as he claimed both his and the teams' first win of the 2006 IRL IndyCar Series season at the famous Milwaukee Mile on Sunday.

  • Dixon capitalises on Hornish error at Nashville.

    Open article Dixon capitalises on Hornish error at Nashville.

    16 July 2006 Scott Dixon claimed his second IRL IndyCar Series victory of the year, capitalising on a rare mistake from Sam Hornish Jr to close the gap between the two at the head of the standings to just five points.

  • Allmendinger gets his hat-trick.

    Open article Allmendinger gets his hat-trick.

    09 July 2006 AJ Allmendinger scored his third win in succession for Forsythe Racing with another hard fought performance in Sunday's Molson Grand Prix of Toronto.

  • Hornish dominates for Kansas victory.

    Open article Hornish dominates for Kansas victory.

    02 July 2006 Sam Hornish Jr raced into the IRL IndyCar Series points lead with his second win in eight days after a dominating performance in the Kansas Lottery Indy 300.

  • Allmendinger wins crazy race in Cleveland.

    Open article Allmendinger wins crazy race in Cleveland.

    26 June 2006 Just two corners into Sunday's 95-lap Grand Prix of Cleveland polesitter AJ Allmendinger was spinning into the grass, his chances of victory seemingly over. However some two hours later he was celebrating one of the most unlikely victories in recent series history.

  • Hornish lays demons to rest.

    Open article Hornish lays demons to rest.

    25 June 2006 Sam Hornish Jr put the demons of his retirement in Richmond twelve months ago firmly behind him with a dominant victory in the SunTrust Indy Challenge at Richmond International Raceway.

  • Allmendinger wins on Forsythe debut.

    Open article Allmendinger wins on Forsythe debut.

    18 June 2006 American AJ Allmendinger capped one of the strangest weeks of his young career with a crushing victory in Sunday's G.I. Joe's Grand Prix of Portland at the Portland International Raceway.

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