Juncos Racing Reveals Color Scheme For 2018 INDYCAR Season

Juncos Racing revealed today that the vibrant green, white, and orange team colors would carry onto the No. 32 Verizon IndyCar Series entry shared by Rene Binder and Kyle Kaiser for the 2018 season. Both rookie drivers will share the No. 32 Juncos Racing Chevrolet entry that will maintain a similar livery as the 2017 Verizon IndyCar Series entries in the 101st Running of the Indianapolis 500 presented by PennGrade Motor Oil. Juncos Racing is well known for their bold green, white, and flashy orange livery throughout the three series…

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Juncos Racing Remains With Chevrolet, Kaiser’s 4 Races Unveiled

INDIANAPOLIS – Juncos Racing announced today the team will continue their partnership with Chevrolet for the 2018 Verizon IndyCar Series. Kyle Kaiser will run a four-race schedule starting with Phoenix for the 2018 season. Juncos Racing began their relationship with Chevrolet during the 2017 season in the team’s first year in the Verizon IndyCar series. Chevrolet powered the two-car team for the 101st running of the Indianapolis 500 where they finished a respected 15th with Sebastian Saavedra and 18th with Spencer Pigot. “We are pleased to welcome Juncos Racing to the…

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Juncos Racing Filling 2018 INDYCAR Races Quickly, Who’s Racing And Where

INDIANAPOLIS – Previously, Juncos Racing had announced that they will move up to Verizon IndyCar Series competition for 2018. But, the new team to the series had only announced that they will contest in four races with Kyle Kaiser as the driver. Kaiser, drove for Juncos the past few years in Indy Lights competition and had just won the series championship for them in 2017. That led to the $1-million Mazda Road to Indy scholarship and a four race opportunity in INDYCAR as a result. While the races weren’t known yet,…

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New Car Leading To Inexperienced Drivers With IndyCar Seats For 2018

INDIANAPOLIS – If you’re scratching your head and puzzled on how two drivers without any North American racing experience landed part-time rides in the Verizon IndyCar Series in 2018, you’re not alone. On Thursday, Jordan King was announced that he’d fill the part-time role with Ed Carpenter Racing in splitting time with owner Ed Carpenter in the No. 20 Chevrolet. King, will contest on all road/street events in 2018. Then, on Friday, Juncos Racing added Rene Binder to their fleet as the Austrian will make four starts with the new team…

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Juncos Racing Adds Rene Binder To 4 Races In INDYCAR Competition With The Team In 2018

Juncos Racing announced on Friday that Rene Binder will join the team for a partial season in the 2018 Verizon IndyCar Series. Binder will run a four-race schedule beginning with the season opener on the streets of St. Petersburg, Florida. Innsbruck-born Rene Binder will also run races with Juncos Racing at Barber Motorsports Park, the streets of Toronto and the Mid-Ohio Sports Car course. “I am honored to be a part of the Verizon IndyCar Series for the 2018 season,” said Binder. “I have been a huge fan of INDYCAR…

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Carlos Cunha Joins Juncos Racing For 2018 Pro Mazda Campaign

INDIANAPOLIS – Juncos Racing announced today Carlos Cunha will join the team for the 2018 Pro Mazda Championship Presented by Cooper Tires. Carlos Cunha (Campinas, Brazil) joins Juncos Racing after a successful rookie season in the 2017 Pro Mazda Championship. The young Brazilian recorded seven podium finishes and ended the season third in the championship. “It’s great to become a part of Juncos Racing,” said Cunha. “I am really excited to start the 2018 season with Juncos Racing. This fall we did some testing together and from there I was able…

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2017 Month of May at Indy Shaped The Future For the Verizon IndyCar Series

INDIANAPOLIS – On the surface, it would appear that the Verizon IndyCar Series may be in trouble. The top two teams in the series downsized by a combined three cars. Team Penske went from four cars to three while Chip Ganassi Racing ditched two cars as well. Troubling times on the horizon? No actually. In fact, promising times are in the near future. It’s actually a very positive thing to see Penske and Ganassi shed cars because it’s giving light to new teams for the series. In fact, car counts are…

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