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Indianapolis IZOD INDYCAR SERIES HIGHLIGHTS

First start:
March 29, 2008 (Homestead-Miami Speedway)

2011

• Finished fourth in IZOD IndyCar Series standings for Newman/Haas Racing.
• Recorded 11 top-10 finishes, with a best of second at New Hampshire and Baltimore.
• Among three drivers to be running at the finish in all 17 races.
• Led all drivers in laps completed (2,103 of 2,011).
• Only driver to finish in the top 10 in first five races of the season.

2009

• Competed in five races for Rahal Letterman Racing (Indianapolis) and Newman/Haas/Lanigan Racing.
• Recorded three consecutive top-10 finishes to close season, including a best of fourth at Homestead.
• Started seventh at Chicagoland.

2008

• Finished ninth in IndyCar Series standings for KV Racing Technology.
• Recorded fourth top-five and six top-10 finishes with best of fourth at Belle Isle.

ROAD TO THE IZOD INDYCAR SERIES

2007

• Finished sixth in the Champ Car World Series standings.
• Finished a season-best second at Long Beach and fourth at Houston filling in for an injured Paul Tracy. Performance earned him a ride with Forsythe Championship Racing.
• Competed for PKV Racing for final two races of the season.

2006

• Finished 11th in Champ Car World Series standings for PKV Racing with best finish of third at Cleveland.
• Started in the top five in four consecutive events from Cleveland to San Jose.

2005

• Finished second in Champ Car World Series standings.
• Made 11 starts for Newman/Haas as substitute for injured Bruno Junquiera after starting the year with Dale Coyne Racing.
• seven podiums finishes, including his first career win at Montreal.

2004

• Led Dale Coyne Racing to its best Champ Car season, recording eight top-10 finishes capped by podium finish at Laguna Seca.

2003

• Finished seventh in CART standings with Patrick Racing.
• Recorded first two front-row starts, starting second in Montreal and Denver on consecutive weekends.

2002

• Finished 16th in CART standings for Patrick Racing.
• Was at his best on ovals, scoring a fourth-place run in England and climbing 13 spots on the grid to place fifth at Fontana.
• Attempted to qualify for the Indianapolis 500 for Walker Racing, but failed to qualify after team waved off on Bump Day.

2001

• Finished 19th in CART standings for Sigma Autosport team, scoring championship points in nine of 20 starts, including five in a row.

2000

• Finish 15th in CART standings for PPI Motorsports.
• Was second in race for Rookie of the Year.

1999

• Won Daytona Indy Lights Championship for Dorricott Racing.
• Recorded five runner-up finishes and three pole positions.

1998

• Completed first full season in Daytona Indy Lights, finishing seventh in the championship on the strength of six top-10 finishes.

1997

• Finished sixth in the Macao Formula 3 World Championship.
• Finished fifth in lone British F3 Championship start.

1996

• Finished fourth in the French Formula 3 Championship.

Early career
• Competed as a member of the Elf La Filiere driver development program.
• Began his racing career in go-karts.

Oriol Servià

Oriol Servià, Indianapolis,


Oriol Servia


Date of birth: July 13 1974
Residence: Los Angeles, Californië
Nationality: Spain
No.: 77
First race: Homestead, 2000
Season: 19
Team: Arrow Schmidt Peterson
Website: Oriol Servià
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