Articles tagged Champ Car

Page 41 of November 2012 archive issue thumbnail Page 41, November 2012

Rookie with a record

It’s difficult to think of Simon Pagenaud as a rookie, given how long he’s been knocking around Indycar racing. The Frenchman was a promising 21-year-old with a background in Formula Renault when he decided to cast his lot in America in 2006. Since then, his Indycar career has been stop-start – which is why seven years later he’s become perhaps US single-seater racing’s most experienced Rookie of...

Page 91 of October 2011 archive issue thumbnail Page 91, October 2011

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In brief

The remaining assets of Champ Car are due to be auctioned off on June 3 in Indianapolis. Gallivan Auctioneers of Indiana has been charged with the liquidation. The sale will include pace cars, race car transporters, race cars, shop equipment, and scoring and timing equipment. Arthur W ‘Art’ Graham III, the director of timing and scoring for the Indianapolis 500 from 1978-97, died on Sunday May...

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The great Texas gamble

Getting F1 back on America’s radar is a tough call, but promoter Tavo Hellmund is sure he’s about to hit pay-dirt – and Bernie believes in himBy Christian Sylt and Caroline Reid Formula 1 boss Bernie Ecclestone jokes that he has known the 40-year-old Hellmund “since before he was born”. His father, Gustavo Hellmund-Rosas, was president of Mexico’s GP organising committee when the race returned in...


August 2019
100 years, three cars, one epic track test



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