Team Canada With SPM, Team America With Andretti For 2018 INDYCAR Season

INDIANAPOLIS – A good thing is starting to form in the Verizon IndyCar Series for the 2018 season. All country teams will be on two organizations for next year, as Schmidt Peterson Motorsports announced on Wednesday morning that they have hired two Canadian drivers to pilot both of their full-time cars for the 2018 season. James Hinchcliffe returns for a fourth season and beyond, as the Oakville, Ontario native signed a “multi-year” deal to remain with the team. His teammate, will be fellow Toronto native Robert Wickens. The duo marks the first…

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Stefan Wilson To Drive 5th Andretti Autosport Entry In 102nd Running of the Indianapolis 500

INDIANAPOLIS – This past spring, Stefan Wilson made a stand up decision to hop out of a guaranteed seat in the Indianapolis 500 and give it to Fernando Alonso. See, Wilson had a sponsor, team and everything lined up to honor his brother Justin Wilson in the 101st Running of the Indianapolis 500. Then, Alonso mania came. Alonso, had to run a Honda, but Wilson had the last Honda seat. With his announcement not yet been made, he willingly stepped aside for the greater of the series. But, the agreement would…

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All 4 Andretti Cars Make It Out Of the 1st Round, Strong This Weekend in Sonoma

Sonoma, Calif – All eyes are on the Verizon IndyCar Series championship and the five main contenders this weekend at the Sonoma Raceway. But, Andretti Autosport are doing their best to spoil it. Despite not having a chance for any of their four drivers to win the 2017 championship, they’re not giving up. In fact, if someone other than the four Team Penske drivers or Scott Dixon is victorious in Sunday’s Go Pro Grand Prix of Sonoma (6:30 p.m. ET/NBCSN/INDYCAR Radio Network) it will likely be an Andretti Autosport driver. 

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Rossi, Hunter-Reay, Looking To Play Spoilers This Weekend at Sonoma

Sonoma, Calif – For much of the 2017 Verizon IndyCar Series season, Andretti Autosport wasn’t very happy. Other than the Indianapolis 500, the first 10 races to the season were ho-hum. But, over the last six races, they’ve really begun to build a lot of momentum heading towards the 2018 season. Take Alexander Rossi for example. Through the first 10 races of the year, the California native led just 23 laps and had just two top five finishes and five top 10s. Since?

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Veach Signs Multi-Year Deal With Andretti Autosport

The Verizon IndyCar Series silly season is playing out exactly as we predicted. The recent domino has fallen, this time with Zach Veach. He will be in the series on a full-time basis not just for 2018, but for the future as well, as the Ohio native has signed a multiyear deal with Andretti Autosport. Sources have confirmed this move and said it will be formally announced on Friday at Sonoma Raceway. To be fair, Andretti Autosport won’t comment on it yet, but several sources in the know confirmed the…

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Why I Think Number/Personnel Changes Possible With Andretti Autosport

Normally, I don’t like to speculate on silly season material, as I just wait until I have something concrete before posting anything. But, after getting a lot of questions on this topic on top of reading between the lines on some things, I decided to post why we could see some personnel/number changes with a few drivers at Andretti Autosport. First off, we now know the 2018 Verizon IndyCar Series driver lineup with the team. Three of their four drivers return (Alexander Rossi, Ryan Hunter-Reay and Marco Andretti) while Zach…

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Alexander Rossi Hoping To Capitalize On End Of Season Strength This Weekend at Sonoma

The Verizon IndyCar Series season finale is already upon us, and one driver is hoping to play spoiler in this weekend’s Go Pro Indy Grand Prix of Sonoma (6:30 p.m. ET/NBCSN/INDYCAR Radio Network). Although Alexander Rossi is still mathematically eligible to win this year’s 2017 championship this weekend at the Sonoma Raceway, he knows that realistically, a title is honestly a very tall feat to ask for. Rossi, is currently sixth in the standings heading to the last race of the season and 84 points out. Unfortunately, once the race…

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