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Maybe a 1-2 CFH Racing finish in the Honda Indy Toronto will pave over recent disappointing Verizon IndyCar Series results
Josef Newgarden, who started 11th in the No. 67 Hartman Oil Chevrolet, led teammate Luca Filippi across the start-finish line by 1.4485 seconds in the exciting 85-lap race on the 1.755-mile, 11-turn Exhibition Place street circuit.
Leading Canadian Solar Company joins BHA
Bryan Herta Autosport with Bowen Motorsports is proud to announce the addition of Deltro Electric Ltd (www.deltro.ca) of Toronto as an associate sponsor of the #98 Bowers & Wilkins Honda driven by Gabby Chaves in the Verizon IndyCar Series, for the remainder of this year.
For his upcoming season, Alexandre Tagliani will be able to count on the renewed support of Lassonde and Oasis juices.
Known for exceptional performance, Barracuda Networks is a critical part of where technology has come and where it will continue to go.
“I have good memories from last year at Texas Motor Speedway” – Alex Tagliani
“This is the track that I worked with Todd Malloy for the first time – we were on the pole and finished the race in fourth. It’s been a pleasure to get back with Honda for the last two races. We had a great car in Indy and qualified third in Detroit. It was a good boost of motivation for the Team Barracuda – BHA crew. We had a lot of fun and we were competitive. The engine is fantastic, it makes us powerful and we’re able to compete up front, so I’m confident that we can continue on that trend.”
Intense engine testing continues as the IZOD IndyCar Series prepares for an incredible new season.
Team Barracuda – BHA driver Alex Tagliani took to the road course of Homestead Miami-Speedway on Monday and Tuesday for the second in a series of engine tests for the brand new, Lotus-powered Dallara DW12.
Bryan Herta Autosport is proud to announce that Alex Tagliani will pilot the team’s entry in the 2012 IZOD IndyCar Series.
Last year’s Indianapolis 500 winning team sought out the Canadian driver because of his experience, technical ability and overall proficiency in the racecar. In 2011, the veteran driver earned back-to-back pole positions, first during the 95th running of the historic Indy 500 and then at Texas Motor Speedway, adding to the list of his many accomplishments as an open-wheel racer.
In Firestone Indy Lights Series Edmonton 100
Bryan Herta Autosport remains north of the border this week for Round Eight of Firestone Indy Lights competition as the series moves to the second of two stops in Canada following last weekend’s race in Toronto. The Edmonton City Centre Airport will host Sunday’s 50-lap race on a 1.96-mile, 14-turn course – a physically-demanding layout which is both fast and bumpy.