Carlin Duo Solid Sleepers To Watch For Sunday’s Kohler Grand Prix (12:30 p.m. ET/NBCSN/INDYCAR Radio Network)

Don’t look now, but the newest Verizon IndyCar Series team on the block is starting to find their way. It’s hard enough to join a series on any given year, but to do so with a brand new car in the most competitive series in the world is daunting task. But, as head head into the 10th race of the 2018 season, Carlin is starting to hit their stride. Over the last two races of the year, both drivers placed in the top 12 in each. Charlie Kimball finished eighth…

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Carlin Duo Capable Of Good Finishes Saturday At Indy

INDIANAPOLIS – Barber was a rough race for the Carlin duo. The weekend started off superb for both Max Chilton and Charlie Kimball, but the race, well that was anything but. Both drivers had their best qualifying efforts of the year there with both sharing Row 7. But, just a handful of laps into the race itself, Charlie Kimball was crashed by Ed Jones. He’d finish last. When the race was restarted on Monday, Chilton’s car wouldn’t start. He’d finish in the back too. While they head to this weekend’s INDYCAR…

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Rough Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama For Carlin Racing

LEEDS, Ala – The Verizon IndyCar Series race weekend started off as good as it could for Carlin. Charlie Kimball is coming off of a 10th place finish last weekend on the streets of Long Beach, the teams first ever top 10. They backed that up with a great day of practice on Friday, one that saw Max Chilton come in fourth on the timing sheets in the opening session and being 11th and 14th in the other two practices this weekend. Kimball, was 12th, 19th and 13th respectively himself. The…

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Chilton and Kimball Backing Up Carlin’s Strong Long Beach Performance at Barber

LEEDS, Ala – Carlin’s goal each week of the Verizon IndyCar Series season is to just improve by the race. Out of the 10 full-time organizations in the series in 2018, they’re the only ones without any prior INDYCAR experience. So, they have a lot to learn in a short amount of time. Factor in a completely new car for this year too and you can see why improvement is the key to this organization. That’s why Charlie Kimball’s top 10 finish in last Sunday’s Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach…

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Carlin Hoping To Build On Improvements Each Week

LONG BEACH, Calif – Its hard to be the new team in any given racing series. For Carlin, the learning curve for them is steeper than normal. See, among the 10 Verizon IndyCar Series organizations this season, Carlin are the only ones that have never competed in any INDYCAR races prior to the 2018 season. Yes, both of their current drivers have past INDYCAR experience, but throw in a completely new car that you can’t take any previous notes or racing knowledge from previously on, and you have a team just…

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Carlin Drivers Pleased, But Not Satisfied, With St. Pete Results

INDIANAPOLIS – After years of competing overseas in Europe, Carlin came over to the United States with big dreams of being among the top Verizon IndyCar Series team. They dreamed of rivaling teams like Penske, Ganassi and Andretti for INDYCAR supremacy. But, first things first, lets do it right. Carlin, jumped into Indy Lights competition in 2015. They’d remain there for 2016 and 2017 too. But, in the offseason, it was a perfect storm for them to move up. Max Chilton and Charlie Kimball were let go from their Ganassi rides.…

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Carlin Racing Joins INDYCAR With Chilton, Kimball In 2018

INDIANAPOLIS – Carlin is proud to announce their move into the Verizon IndyCar Series in a full-time capacity for the 2018 season. Joining the first season INDYCAR effort at Carlin will be drivers Max Chilton and Charlie Kimball along with primary partners, international insurance brokerage, risk management and consulting services firm, Gallagher and global healthcare company, Novo Nordisk. Both Chilton and Kimball drove for the championship winning team earlier in their racing careers. The Carlin entries will be powered by the Chevrolet twin turbocharged direct injected V6 engine. “We’re delighted to…

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Despite Starting 14th, Chilton Hails Sonoma Qualifying Best Of The Year

 Sonoma, Calif – The Verizon IndyCar Series is a tough series to compete in. From the top to the bottom, the difference between drivers are usually less than a second. That means spots in between are normally gapped by hundredths or thousandths of a second. That’s why Max Chilton can say that his 14th place qualifying effort for Sunday’s Go Pro Grand Prix of Sonoma (6:30 p.m. ET/NBCSN/INDYCAR Radio Network) is among the best he’s had all year. In all actuality, the 14th starting spot for the Chip Ganassi Racing driver…

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Top 5 Sleepers For Sunday’s INDYCAR Grand Prix at the Glen (1 p.m. ET/NBCSN/INDYCAR Radio Network)

Watkins Glen, NY – The Verizon IndyCar Series race at the Watkins Glen International road course on Sunday is going to be an intense one. After all, it’s the penultimate race of the season. With the championship shaping up to be a Penske vs. Ganassi show, this weekend’s INDYCAR Grand Prix at the Glen (1 p.m. ET/NBCSN/INDYCAR Radio Network) will likely be one too. But, there are some sleeper drivers that figure to wreck those plans. Who are they? How about these five?

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Friday’s IndyCar Practice Report at Watkins Glen

Watkins Glen, NY – The Verizon IndyCar Series had two practice sessions on Friday from the scenic Watkins Glen International road course. The first one was a chilly one with ambient temperatures in the 50’s. The day warmed up as the hours got later though with the afternoon session being much more comparable to what we will see for Sunday’s INDYCAR Grand Prix at the Glen (1 p.m. ET/NBCSN/INDYCAR Radio Network). In the first session, Honda’s led the charge with the top five speeds being all the same manufacturer, including seven…

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