The two-day race event opens on Thursday, July 25 with two practice sessions ahead of a 15-minute qualifying session at 3:45 PM (ET).
Action Express Racing enters the Brickyard Grand Prix event with two championships in mind.
8Star announced July 17 the signing of inaugural Brickyard Grand Prix winner and four-time Champ Car World Series driver Sebastien Bourdais to drive its No. 4 Chevrolet Corvette DP.
The Ohio-based squad brings a new sponsor and a new driver line-up for the Brickyard Grand Prix event and with two strong race entries.
Daytona Beach-based team travels north to race on another iconic track.
Michael Marsal and Tonis Kasemets currently sit sixth in the driver championship, with four top-10 finishes to date.
While most drivers quickly point to special events or big results as their highlights in the sport, Burt Frisselle’s response might surprise those who don’t know him personally.
Rod Randall and Ken Wilden to drive #64 Ferrari 458 Italia.
The native Brazilian, who calls Miami home, will be taking part in the Mack Cycle International Triathlon in Miami this weekend. Ozz will at the Brickyard Grand Prix.
Reigning Indy 500 winner competing for victory in second major event at IMS.
Shank has moved on from open-wheel car ownership but will be targeting plans for an opportunity at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway for the 500.
Ricky Taylor records fastest lap of the test.
The teams faced 150-degree track temperatures in the second day of testing at Indianapolis.
GRAND-AM hitting The Bricks for two-day test
Grand-Am Road Racing Series press release