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Belle Isle Race Report

2012 IndyCar Detroit Belle Isle

The Chevrolet Detroit Belle Isle Grand Prix went green on Sunday under clear blue skies as fans packed the stands. Midway through the race things took a turn as pieces of the track began to come loose causing a debris littered racing surface, eventually leading to a red flag and rain clouds. Safety crews and […]

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Belle Isle Qualifying Report

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Ryan Hunter-Reay made it into the Firestone Fast Six for the fourth time in five road/street courses this year. He will start the race from the sixth position. “Coming out after this morning’s practice session and being third (quickest), I thought that we were going to make some changes for qualifying. I thought we’d take […]

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Indianapolis 500 Race Report

Strong Month at Indy Comes to a Close Ryan Hunter-Reay started on the outside of the front row, but struggled with his car early in the race, fighting a severe vibration however keeping within the top-10. After several pit stops for adjustments, Hunter-Reay ran-down the leaders, reaching as high as second place on lap 96 […]

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Will 2012 mark return of the American winner at Indy 500?

By Jeff Olson, Special for USA TODAY INDIANAPOLIS – The red-white-and-blue facts are printed in black and white: An American driver hasn’t won the Indianapolis 500 since 2006, and just nine Americans will comprise Sunday’s 33-car grid. That’s tied with 2010 for the lowest number of American starters in the 96-year history of the race. […]

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Hunter-Reay, Hinchcliffe join pole winner Briscoe in first row

05.20.12 BY GEORGE RICHARDS – MiamiHerald.com INDIANAPOLIS — Ryan Briscoe sat in his car waiting for someone to knock him off the pole for next Sunday’s Indianapolis 500. Although a few tried, no one did. Briscoe averaged 226.484 mph during the Fast Nine qualifying session Saturday about 70 minutes before the session ended. Despite challenges […]

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Hunter-Reay Honors Wheldon With Custom Indy Helmet

5.14.2012 (Via Marshall Pruett, SPEED) One of the most heartwarming images found on the Indianapolis pit lane this year is the one-off helmet livery Andretti Autosport’s Ryan Hunter-Reay revealed over the weekend. Depicting his fallen friend Dan Wheldon, shown celebrating his final victory last May, Hunter-Reay told SPEED.com the choice to honor Wheldon at the […]

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Age of aquariums: Nat Geo reality show examines lifestyles of the fish and famous in South Florida

May 04, 2012 | By Ben Crandell, Sun Sentinel The Miami Heat on another quest for a title? Yes, Heat star-turned-front office executive Alonzo Mourning is a little stressed. Miami Marlins in last place? Team president David Samson could definitely use a massage. Indianapolis 500 just weeks away? Fort Lauderdale race-car driver Ryan Hunter-Reay is […]

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Fish Tank Kings: Finsanity

Jose Goes Rogue Jose finds himself short on help with the Ryan Hunter-Reay project using all the available workers.

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