Ferrucci Impressive INDYCAR Debut On Friday In Belle Isle

BELLE ISLE, MI – Two weeks ago, Santino Ferrucci was at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway on Fast Friday. No, he wasn’t hopping into a car to practice then, rather he was making an announcement that he will be in the No. 19 Honda for Dale Coyne Racing for the doubleheader weekend in Detroit. Then, it was all new to the Connecticut native. See, he’s focused his entire young racing career on an Formula One dream. It’s been working too. He’s made it way up the ladder overseas and is a Haas…

Read More

Dale Coyne Racing Signs Santino Ferrucci For Duels In Detroit

INDIANAPOLIS – It may be the Month of May in Indianapolis but it still doesn’t stop driver announcements for future Verizon IndyCar Series races from occurring though. On Friday, Dale Coyne Racing announced that they have signed Santino Ferrucci to drive the No. 19 Honda for them in the Duel races in Detroit for the June 2-3 race weekend. Originally, these two races were supposed to be driven by Zachary Claman DeMelo but when Pietro Fittipaldi was injured in a qualifying crash a couple of weeks ago in Europe, both races…

Read More

Claman DeMelo To Replace Fittipaldi In No. 19 Honda For Coyne For Indy 500

INDIANAPOLIS – After his strong performance at last weekend’s INDYCAR Grand Prix, Zachary Claman De Melo is returning to the seat of the No. 19 Paysafe car this week, making his Verizon IndyCar Series oval debut at the famed Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The rookie will be amongst the 35 drivers vying for a spot in the field of 33 cars that get to compete in the 102nd running of the Indianapolis 500 on May 27.

Read More

Claman DeMelo To Replace Fittipaldi This Weekend In The INDYCAR Grand Prix

INDIANAPOLIS – Zachary Claman De Melo will be returning behind the wheel of the No. 19 Paysafe car sooner than initially planned. The Canadian will be piloting the Dale Coyne Racing entry at this weekend’s INDYCAR Grand Prix, replacing the injured Pietro Fittipaldi. Fittipaldi was originally scheduled to take part in his second Verizon IndyCar Series race at this weekend’s road course event at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. However, the Brazilian driver has been sidelined due to leg injuries (broken left leg and right ankle) suffered in a qualifying crash at…

Read More

Dale Coyne Racing Car Will Be a Good Ride at Indy

INDIANAPOLIS – Unfortunately, this is an all too familiar position for Dale Coyne Racing to be in. “TBA” is back for the Month of May with DCR. This will be the second straight year and third time in the last four years that they’ve had a driver replacement for the Indianapolis 500. See, Pietro Fittipaldi was originally slated to run both races at IMS this month and follow that up with a shot at Texas in June. Unfortunately though, Fittipaldi broke both legs in a scary qualifying crash in a sports…

Read More

Rain Fell Just Hard Enough For Bourdais To Have To Pit, Settles For 5th Place Run at Barber Instead

LEEDS, Ala – The ball was in Sebastien Bourdais court. Go as long as he needed to go. See, the rain really started ramping up around the Barber Motorsports Park over the final stint of the rain delayed Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama. The rest of the field had already came down pit road to put on the Firestone wet tires. Bourdais, well he was trying to go as long as he could on his Firestone alternates. The Dale Coyne Racing driver at the time held over a 9-second lead…

Read More

Pippa Mann To Join Dale Coyne Racing For Indy 500, Brings New Sponsorship

INDIANAPOLIS – The 33rd Indianapolis 500 entry, has been unveiled as Pippa Mann will drive a fourth Dale Coyne Racing entry in the 102nd Running of the event. Mann, announced the ride at the Indiana State Museum on Tuesday morning. Unlike in the year’s past, Mann won’t have the white and pink Susan G. Komen colors on her Honda. Instead, the sponsorship with will see her with gray and pink colors on her No. 63 Honda. 

Read More

Dale Coyne Racing Budgeted $800k For Crash Damage In 2017, Spent Over $3 Million

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla – Sebastien Bourdais crossing the finish line first in Sunday’s Verizon IndyCar Series season opener was just icing on the cake for Dale Coyne Racing. It was a similar start to 2018 from what they had in 2017 with Bourdais winning last year’s race too, but one that he’s hoping propels them to a much better and much more cost friendly season too. From Phoenix through Texas last year, DCR had it rough. They budgeted six figures for crash damage in 2017, but that number exceeded seven figures…

Read More

Bourdais Quickly Piling Up Trophies In His St. Pete Home, Becoming One Of The All-Time Greats

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla – We always talk about how little we value what Scott Dixon is doing and has done in the Verizon IndyCar Series during the course of his career. His 41 career wins, rank him fourth on the all-time wins list. He’s just one shy of tying Michael Andretti four third all-time and 11 away from Mario Andretti in second. His 224 consecutive starts, those are second ever. His 38 runner-up finishes, third ever. His 96 podiums, fifth ever. Also, his 141 top five finishes are tied for third…

Read More

Daly May Test In Open INDYCAR Test at Indy Later This Month

INDIANAPOLIS – Conor Daly and Thom Burns Racing announced on Tuesday that they have joined forces to race in this May’s 102nd Running of the Indianapolis 500. They will get their car and resources from Dale Coyne Racing for their No. 17 Honda. But, with this being a one-off entry for this year’s race, track time for that entry between now and then will be limited. The first time that the car will likely see the track will be on the opening day of practice on May 15. With that being…

Read More