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Can Hunter-Reay Stay Hot?

INDIANAPOLIS – by National Speed Sports News Staff Ryan Hunter-Reay enters the Edmonton Indy on July 22 with a three-race winning streak on a variety pack of race tracks (the flat Milwaukee Mile, the .875-mile Iowa Speedway with compound banking and the 1.75-mile, 11-turn canyon of a Toronto street course). He’s the 23rd to accomplish […]

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Ryan Hunter-Reay and Will Power locked in championship race

Associated Press He’s the most dominant road course racer in the series right now, but isn’t taking anything for granted, especially since Hunter-Reay’s wins have come on two different ovals and a street circuit at Toronto. “There’s no one dominant. There’s no one getting all the poles. There’s no one really winning all the road […]

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Hunter-Reay leads the IZOD IndyCar Series point standings by 34 points with five races remaining. He has swept into the lead on the strength of three consecutive victories. Hunter-Reay is the second Andretti Autosport driver to win three straight, matching the feat of the late Dan Wheldon, who scored a triple on his way the […]

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Hunter-Reay carrying the American flag in IndyCar

July 12, 2012 – Jenna Fryer | Associated Press When Ryan Hunter-Reay picked up his third consecutive win last week, it pushed him into the lead of the IndyCar points standings for the first time in his career. It also marked the first time an American has led the points since Sam Hornish Jr. in […]

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Hunter-Reay’s Head-Turning Style

Marshall Pruett | speedtv.com It’s subtle, and gone in a flash, but if you look closely, IndyCar points leader Ryan Hunter-Reay employs a unique look-the-opposite-way approach to cornering. It’s subtle, and gone in a flash, but if you look closely, IndyCar points leader Ryan Hunter-Reay employs a unique look-the-opposite-way approach to cornering. It doesn’t happen […]

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Hunter-Reay’s Finally Getting His Due

Robin Miller | speedtv.com Let’s be honest, an American pulling off the trifecta in Indy cars is as newsworthy as it is rare. The guy standing in the back of the crowd during Sunday’s victory lane celebration at Toronto cupped his hands and started chanting: “Hunter-Reay, Hunter-Reay, Hunter-Reay.” Sitting on his winning car while posing […]

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Ryan Hunter-Reay Wins Honda Indy Toronto

Honda Indy Toronto Race Report What a day for Andretti Autosport and Ryan Hunter-Reay, as the No. 28 DHL/Dr Pepper Chevrolet crossed the finish line first for the third consecutive IZOD IndyCar Series race, winning the Toronto Indy. Hunter-Reay now leads the championship standings by 34 points over Will Power with five races remaining in […]

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Hunter-Reay Takes Toronto for 3rd Straight Win

July 8, 2012 – Associated Press TORONTO — Flat oval, banked oval or street course, the Midwest or Canada: Ryan Hunter-Reay is proving he can dominate anywhere on the IndyCar circuit. Hunter-Reay became the first American-born driver in six years to win three straight IndyCar races, taking the Honda Indy Toronto under caution Sunday. In […]

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