Spencer Pigot Crashes In Turn 2 on Fast Friday, Zach Veach in Turn 1

INDIANAPOLIS – If there’s any team outside of Buddy Lazier’s that can’t afford to have a crashed race car, it’s Juncos Racing. They recently purchased both KVSH Racing cars in the offseason, so with two drivers here this month, they can’t afford to see one of those cars wadded up. Unfortunately, towards the end of Fast Friday, they saw a car wrecked. Spencer Pigot lost control of his No. 11 Chevrolet in the apex of the second turn at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and crashed hard right side first into the…

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Juncos Racing Signs Spencer Pigot on Tuesday, Sebastian Saavedra for Indy 500 on Wednesday

INDIANAPOLIS – A few weeks ago, we had a whole slew of driver announcements for the 101st Running of the Indianapolis 500. From Pippa Mann to Zach Veach to Jack Harvey to Fernando Alonso, signings were coming in bunches. But, we haven’t had any news since then. We started to wonder where the other three cars were going to come from. Until the last two days. We already knew that Juncos Racing would be entering at least one driver in this months race, as they previously announced that they would with…

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Ricardo Juncos’ Background Has Shaped Him to Be a Future Star IndyCar Owner

INDIANAPOLIS – If you told Richard Juncos, owner of Juncos Racing in 2002 that 15 years later he’d have a car in the Indianapolis 500, he’d say you were crazy. 15 years ago, Juncos was in a tough situation in his native country of Argentina. He was “losing everything” in his country. He was forced to escape for a new start in the United States with only wide eyes and an open mind. The problem was, it was a different culture and a new steep learning curve. But, he’s since overcome…

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Juncos Racing Officially Will Run In 101st Running of the Indianapolis 500

INDIANAPOLIS – From the moment that Juncos Racing opened their brand new facility in Speedway, Indiana, it was clear the vision was starting to take shape of their goal in becoming a Verizon IndyCar Series team. From the moment Juncos Racing was founded in 2009, their ultimate goal was to compete in the Indianapolis 500 and become a mainstay in the Verizon IndyCar Series. Now, that dream has become a reality. Juncos Racing will field at least one car in the 101st Indianapolis 500 in May and will make a run…

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IndyCar Car Counts Could Be On Their Way Up Soon, Juncos, Carlin Racing Rumored to Be Moving Towards Potential Deals

INDIANAPOLIS – There’s no secret, outside of the viewership/attendance issues lately, car counts have been among the chief concerns in the Verizon IndyCar Series world. But, with only two engine manufacturers, there hasn’t been much room for anyone to really expand. Sponsorship dollars are down as are car chassis/engine combinations. Most of the teams are also maxed out on resources too. So, how can car counts expand then? Well, the series is heading in the right direction and soon, should have an up tick in car counts. 

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KV Issues Statement Confirming Teams Closure, Juncos Racing Rumored to Purchase 2 Cars From Them

INDIANAPOLIS – Its been long speculated since the end of last year’s Verizon IndyCar Series season that KVSH Racing would be no more moving forward. The “SH” would be gone as that stood for James Sullivan. He would take his funding elsewhere. Then, the driver Sebastien Bourdais, he would leave to go to Dale Coyne Racing for 2017. After that, it was starting to look like the “K” in KVSH, Kevin Kalkhoven, would take the equipment to join Carlin Racing. After all, Carlin wanted to eventually step up into IndyCar racing…

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