2020.09.13Palou Gains Eight Positions, Finishes 12th in Race 1 at Mid-Ohio
2020.09.06Mid-Ohio Rescheduled for 12-13 September
Official statement from INDYCAR:
“The NTT INDYCAR SERIES will run at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course next weekend, with double-header races scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 12 and Sunday, Sept. 13. We look forward to an exciting weekend of racing action at an excellent venue.
Green Savoree Racing Promotions will contact customers soon with guidance regarding event attendance.”
Saturday’s race will be broadcast on NBC Sports Network (NBCSN) starting at 4:30 p.m. ET. Sunday’s race will be broadcast on NBC beginning 1 p.m. ET.
2020.08.31Palou Registers Fastest Race Lap in Race 2 at Gateway, Finish 12th
2020.08.30Early Penalty Costly for Palou in Race 1 at Gateway
2020.08.28Gateway 500, a doubleheader weekend, 29&30 August
The 104th Indianapolis 500 was over but we aren’t done yet.
There will be a doubleheader weekend coming again at World Wide Technology Raceway on this weekend.
<Schedule :Bommarito Automotive Group Race 1&2 – Gateway 500>
28 August – Practice: 4:30 – 6:00 pm EST
29 August – Qulifying: 12:00 – 1:00 pm EST
29 August – Race 1: 3:45 – 5:30 pm EST
30 August – Race 2: 3:45 – 5:30 EST
Check out the live-timig on the official NTT INDYCAR SERIES App.
2020.08.24Alex Palou’s Strong Run at the Indy 500 Ends in Heartbreak
2020.08.17Alex Palou to Start Seventh in First Indianapolis 500
2020.08.16Alex Palou Impresses with Seventh Place in Day 1 of Indianapolis 500 Qualifying
2020.08.13Eighth Quickest on Indianapolis 500 Opening Day at IMS
2020.08.09Alex Palou prepared a new helmet with special graphic for the upcoming Indianapolis 500
2020.08.05The 104th running of the Indianapolis 500 will take place on August 23 without fans
The Indianapolis Motor Speedway today issued the following statement:
“It is with great regret that we announce the 104th running of the Indianapolis 500 will take place on August 23 without fans. This tough decision was made following careful consideration and extensive consultation with state and city leadership.
As dedicated as we were to running the race this year with 25 percent attendance at our large outdoor facility, even with meaningful and careful precautions implemented by the city and state, the COVID-19 trends in Marion County and Indiana have worsened. Since our June 26 announcement, the number of cases in Marion County has tripled while the positivity rate has doubled. We said from the beginning of the pandemic we would put the health and safety of our community first, and while hosting spectators at a limited capacity with our robust plan in place was appropriate in late June, it is not the right path forward based on the current environment.
We encourage Hoosiers to continue making smart decisions and following the advice of our public health officials so we can help get Indiana back on track.
Penske Corporation made a long-term investment to be the steward of this legendary facility. While we were very excited to showcase the investments and enhancements we have made in the guest experience, we know we have reached the right decision. As much as Roger Penske and everyone associated with the 500 wanted to race with fans this year, we ultimately reached this conclusion in partnership with the state of Indiana and city of Indianapolis.
Our commitment to the Speedway is unwavering and we will continue to invest in the Racing Capital of the World. We encourage everyone to watch this year’s race on NBC and we look forward to welcoming our loyal fans back to The Greatest Spectacle in Racing on May 30th of 2021.”
Further Information from IMS
●All on-track activity during the month of August, including practice and qualifications, will be closed to the general public.
●Individuals who still have tickets to this year’s Indy 500 will be credited for the 2021 Indianapolis 500 and will retain their seniority and their originally assigned seats.
●The first Indy 500 practice will take place on Wednesday, August 12 with a full schedule available on IMS.com.
●All of the action from IMS can be viewed via NBC Sports Gold, NBCSN or NBC. Visit IMS.com or INDYCAR.com for a comprehensive streaming and broadcast schedule.
●The 104th running of the Indy 500 will take place Sunday, August 23 with national coverage beginning on NBC at 1 p.m. ET.
●Local Central Indiana coverage of the race will be available on NBC affiliate WTHR.
●Broadcast coverage of Qualifications on Saturday, Aug. 15 begins on NBC at 3 p.m. ET and switches to NBCSN at 6 p.m. ET.
●Sunday, Aug. 16 broadcast coverage of Pole Day begins on NBC at 1 p.m. ET.
2020.08.02The Honda Indy 200 at Mid-Ohio Postponed to Later In 2020
INDYCAR and Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course have agreed to postpone The Honda Indy 200 at Mid-Ohio scheduled for Aug. 7-9 until a date to be determined in September or October. This decision was made through communication with local health officials given the current environment.