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Down But Not Out, Bourdais Pulls Off Emotional Come From Behind Win!

When something works, it just works. Such is the case of the pairing of driver Sebastien Bourdais and his engineer Craig Hampson, who celebrated many championships together prior the merger of Champ Car and the IRL. So when it was announced in the off season that the newly rideless Bourdais was being reunited with Hampson and heading to Dale Coyne Racing, the consensus was that things could turn around for DCR, and the potential for podiums was high.

But that notion was put on hold on Saturday when the tenured driver stuffed the car into the tires during round one of qualifying, relegating him the back of the field to kick off the 2017 season.

Against what should have been insurmountable odds, Sebastien Bourdais drove from the back of the field at the drop of green flag, to take the checkers and the first win of the season for himself and new team Dale Coyne Racing. Read on

Grand Prix of St. Petersburg '17 - Qualifying

Sunny, light breeze, "florida warm"... track temp of 121 degrees. Quintessential St. Petersburg, and the perfect setting to contest the pole position for the 14th running of the Grand Prix of St. Petersburg. With Honda dominating so far this weekend, the biggest question, besides who would be on pole, was whether or not Chevy was actually struggling or merely sandbagging. Read on

Grand Prix of St. Petersburg '17 - Day 1 Overview

Despite the warm, calm, sunny day, the first day on the tarmac for the 21 drivers in 14th running of Grand Prix of St. Petersburg was anything but calm, with both sessions seeing red flags which brought the action to a halt. The first incident eerily familiar… Practice 1: As is the ritual on the first day on track for the weekend, Read on

Grand Prix of St Petersburg: Flashing Back - Looking Forward

The excitement for the upcoming season is palpable throughout the paddock, with teams and drivers chomping at the bit to get their cars on track and get this show on the road. At the same time fans around the world are waiting impatiently to see and hear "cars in anger"What Happened Last Time Pole: Will Power* Podium: JP Montoya, Read on

On Track This Week '17 - Grand Prix of St. Petersburg

The long wait is over. The drivers have rested. The teams have tested. And today the 21cars of the Verizon IndyCar series take to the streets of St. Petersburg Florida, to begin practicing for the 14th running of the Grand Prix of St. Petersburg. Here are the details: Event: Firestone Grand Prix of St. Read on

Ganassi Switches to Honda

A busy week of Silly Season continued on Friday as Chip Ganassi Racing announced it would rejoin Honda's lineup in 2017. The Ganassi organization used Honda power in 2012 and 2013 before switching to Chevrolet, and previously rose to prominence in the 1990s using Honda power."The Honda-Ganassi association is one of the most successful in the history of Honda's North American racing programs, Read on
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St. Petersburg
Friday - March 10
11:15 am Free practice 1 
03:00 pm Free practice 2 
Saturday - March 11
10:50 am Free practice 3 
02:55 pm Qualifying 1 
Sunday - March 12
08:00 am Warm-up 
11:30 am Race 

Race St. Petersburg
1. S. Bourdais 2:04:32
2. S. Pagenaud 2:04:42
3. S. Dixon 2:04:59
4. R. Hunter-Reay 2:05:08
5. T. Sato 2:05:08
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