It was at IMS on May 18, 2015, that Hinchcliffe suffered the worst crash of his career
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Pole sitter Helio Castroneves posted the best lap in the practice
The usual suspects led the final practice for the Desert Diamond West Valley Phoenix Grand Prix as the sun set on Phoenix International Raceway, but it may have been the driver who was 12th on the speed chart that had the most important session.
Hinchtown Hammerdown out April and The Bricks Red IPA Coming in May
Flat12 Bierwerks will release Hinchtown Hammerdown, a limited edition, pilsner-style beer brewed in partnership with Verizon Series IndyCar driver, James Hinchcliffe. The collaboration beer is brewed every year for the month of May— which in Indianapolis, is all about racing.
The mountain was climbed at St. Petersburg, even if the result wasn’t there
After 10 months of recuperation and recovery, James Hinchcliffe was eighth (Row 4) on the starting grid for the season-opening Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg, only to run into misfortune at the start and sustaining a right rear flat tire that dropped him out of contention right from the get go.
Verizon IndyCar Series driver Tony Kanaan, a founder of the charity event, is looking forward to again driving in the 12-hour race Dec. 19
It began in 1997 as an informal activity between friends to celebrate the end of the motorsports season, and in the interceding years the 500 Milhas Granja Viana kart race has grown into a major competition and event in Brazil.
James Hinchcliffe might not remove this special ring from his finger for quite a while.
Herff Jones representative Ken Keltner, who was joined at the event at the Schmidt Peterson Motorsports facility Sept. 30 by Hulman Motorsports chief revenue officer Jay Frye, presented Hinchcliffe with the 34th starter’s ring for the 99th Running of the Indianapolis 500 Mile Race.
The celebration began with a video tribute to seven-time Indy car winner Justin Wilson
Less than 24 hours after a scintillating, gripping and heart-wrenching season finale at Sonoma Raceway — in which the driver and entrant championships hung in the balance until the completion of the 2,232nd and final lap of the 16th race — the Verizon IndyCar Series honored its champions, award winners and partners.
Hinchcliffe is expected to make a full recovery from his injuries and is highly anticipating his return to racing.
Organizers of the 2015 Honda Indy Toronto are pleased to announce that local Canadian race car driver and mayor of Hinchtown, James Hinchcliffe, will serve as the Grand Marshal for the marquee Verizon IndyCar Series race taking place Sunday, June 14. Hinchcliffe was recently medically cleared to travel to Toronto.
“Obviously, we’re relieved that James is awake and out of surgery” – Sam Schmidt
Verizon IndyCar Series driver James Hinchcliffe underwent surgery at IU Health Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis for an injury to his upper left thigh suffered in a crash during a practice session on the 2.5-mile Indianapolis Motor Speedway oval.
The hunch came true when the Canadian took the checkered flag to win a wild and unpredictable race
James Hinchcliffe had a premonition midway through the inaugural Indy Grand Prix of Louisiana when his crew ordered him not to make a pit stop like the rest of the Verizon IndyCar Series field leaders at NOLA Motorsports Park.
Schmidt Peterson Motorsports driver James Hinchcliffe is profiled in first “INDYCAR Chronicles,” which debuts at 5:30 p.m. (ET) April 10 on NBCSN.
The 30-minute show is the first of five that IMS Productions will produce for NBCSN, which will telecast 11 Verizon IndyCar Series races this season starting with the inaugural Indy Grand Prix of Louisiana at 2:30 p.m. (ET) April 12.
The livery was unveiled at Arrow’s Internet of Things Immersions event in San Jose, Calif.
During each Arrow Electronics Internet of Things Immersion event, Verizon IndyCar Series team owner Sam Schmidt relays his experience of working with Arrow on machine-to-machine technologies that enabled him to drive a modified 2014 Chevrolet Corvette at more than 100 mph on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway oval last May.