Ed Jones
United Arab Emirates

Ed Jones

1995-02-12 (age 26)


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Castroneves, Jones, Fittipaldi become stars of Indy qualifying

Helio Castroneves, Ed Jones and rookie Pietro Fittipaldi proved startling stars of qualifying for the 105th running of the Indianapolis 500.

Dale Coyne picks the Top 10 drivers in his giant-slaying team Prime

Dale Coyne picks the Top 10 drivers in his giant-slaying team

Over 37 seasons, Dale Coyne has run no fewer than 80 Indy car drivers – including himself! Ahead of his first season running Romain Grosjean, we asked Coyne to pick the best 10 drivers ever to compete for him. By David Malsher-Lopez.

“No worries” for Jones as he returns to IndyCar

Ed Jones, who will race the Dale Coyne Racing with Vasser Sullivan-Honda in this year’s IndyCar championship, says he’s confident he can quickly get up to speed, including on ovals.

Ed Jones returns to IndyCar with DCR Vasser Sullivan

Dale Coyne Racing, Jimmy Vasser and James ‘Sulli’ Sullivan announced today that Ed Jones will drive the #18 entry for the entire 2021 NTT IndyCar Series season.

Briscoe, Jones join Scuderia Corsa for Rolex 24

Former IndyCar racers Ryan Briscoe and Ed Jones will join the Scuderia Corsa team for an assault on the GT Daytona ranks in the Rolex 24 at Daytona in January.

WRT Audi adds IndyCar racer to all-new DTM line-up

The WRT Audi team has announced former IndyCar driver Ed Jones and ex-FIA Formula 3 Championship competitor Fabio Scherer for its 2020 DTM line-up.

IndyCar outcast Jones lands Audi DTM test chance

Audi has revealed a line-up of seven drivers for the DTM's young driver test at Jerez this month, with sometime IndyCar driver Ed Jones headlining the rookies.

2019 “a tough year” for Jones, admits manager Johansson

Stefan Johansson has confirmed he will continue as Ed Jones’ manager but admitted that the former Indy Lights champion’s third year in the IndyCar Series has been tough and that he’s not sure where the UAE-born Briton will race in 2020.

Carpenter aiming to retain Scuderia Corsa partnership

IndyCar team owner Ed Carpenter says that his team’s tie-up with Scuderia Corsa is something he hopes will continue in 2020, but it’s as yet unclear who will be sharing the driving duties with him in the #20 ECR-Chevrolet.

Carpenter happy with team’s IndyCar GP, ready for 500 attack

Ed Carpenter says the fifth and sixth places scored by Spencer Pigot and Ed Jones in the IndyCar Grand Prix were satisfying because they showed the ECR-Chevrolets were quick in both the dry and the wet – and he expects another strong showing in the Indy 500.

Ed Jones suffers broken bone in hefty St Pete shunt

IndyCar Series racer Ed Jones has been diagnosed with a broken bone in his hand following a heavy crash in the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg on Sunday.

IndyCar’s big questions of 2019

As the NTT IndyCar Series gathers at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca for the first large group test of 2019, David Malsher looks at some of the main topics to watch in the season ahead.

Franchitti excited by prospect of Rosenqvist in IndyCar

Chip Ganassi Racing’s driver advisor Dario Franchitti says he’s excited by the prospect of Felix Rosenqvist on the team next year, but has also defended the departed Ed Jones who endured a difficult 2018 season.

Jones to pilot new ECR Scuderia Corsa IndyCar entry in 2019

IMSA SportsCar Championship team Scuderia Corsa will expand to become a part-time IndyCar team in 2019, with Chip Ganassi Racing outcast Ed Jones signed to drive.

Jones seeks IndyCar options as Rosenqvist-Ganassi rumors intensify

Ed Jones says he doesn’t know which IndyCar team he’ll race with in 2019, but insists he has not yet heard if he will lose his Chip Ganassi Racing ride to Felix Rosenqvist or any other driver.

Long Beach IndyCar: Rossi dominates race to grab championship lead

Alexander Rossi added a street course win to his burgeoning IndyCar résumé at Long Beach, the Andretti Autosport-Honda driver holding off Team Penske-Chevrolet’s Will Power in a late-race shootout.

IndyCar 2018 – a team-by-team guide

Who can we expect to see challenging Team Penske for the 2018 Verizon IndyCar Series championship, and what are the achievable targets for all the teams in a season of technical upheaval? David Malsher is your guide.

Jones feeling both pressure and confidence at Ganassi

Ed Jones has acknowledged he's felt an increase in pressure by joining one of IndyCar’s greatest teams but says he’s focused on taking full advantage of the vast resources available at Chip Ganassi Racing-Honda.

Bourdais says Ed Jones will thrive at Ganassi

Sebastien Bourdais believes that erstwhile Dale Coyne Racing teammate Ed Jones has the talent and race smarts to make the most of his opportunity at Chip Ganassi Racing.

Jones: Spurning Ganassi would have been “biggest mistake of my career”

Ed Jones says that an offer to join Chip Ganassi Racing for the 2018 IndyCar season was too good to miss, having been unable to reach a new deal with Dale Coyne Racing.

Dixon pleased by Hartley's F1 opportunity and Jones' arrival

Chip Ganassi Racing-Honda’s incumbent superstar Scott Dixon believes Ed Jones will be a helpful addition to the team in 2018, but wishes Brendon Hartley well on his Formula 1 quest.

Ganassi signs Jones to partner Dixon in 2018 IndyCar squad

Ed Jones has received a dream call-up to partner Scott Dixon in Chip Ganassi Racing-Honda’s two-car IndyCar squad for 2017.

Motorsport.com's Top 10 IndyCar drivers of 2017 Prime

Motorsport.com's Top 10 IndyCar drivers of 2017

Team Penske-Chevrolet scored 10 victories in the 17-race 2017 Verizon IndyCar Series schedule, but remarkably there were still 10 different race winners and the finale featured four realistic title contenders. David Malsher assesses the elite.

Jones “close” to new contract with Coyne

Dale Coyne believes that he is on the brink of striking a new deal with Ed Jones to take the 2016 Indy Lights champion into his sophomore IndyCar season.

Iowa IndyCar: Top 10 quotes after qualifying

Will Power took the pole for tomorrow's Iowa Corn 300 Verizon IndyCar Series race on the 0.894-mile Iowa Speedway,

Jones, Rahal suspect Honda cars will struggle at Iowa

Both Graham Rahal and Ed Jones have warned that the HPD aerokit will limit Honda drivers’ prospects at Iowa Speedway next week, despite the firm’s major gains in power and torque this year.

Gutierrez learns in “crazy race” at Road America

IndyCar’s latest rookie, Esteban Gutierrez, says he was puzzled by the handling of his Dale Coyne Racing-Honda but believes he emerged from the Road America weekend with a better understanding of Dallara IR12s on road courses.

Road America IndyCar: Top 10 quotes after race

Dixon captures prized Road America win, 41st victory of Indy car career

IndyCar 2017: Team by team mid-season review

Nine races down, eight to go, and the usual suspects are starting to assert themselves in the 2017 Verizon IndyCar Series after a very open start to the season. But certain statistical anomalies could have far-reaching effects, says David Malsher.

Gutierrez satisfied with IndyCar debut, seeks more from Race 2

Dale Coyne Racing’s stand-in for Sebastien Bourdais, ex-F1 driver Esteban Gutierrez, says he would be looking for greater performance in tomorrow’s race at Detroit now that he has more experience of car and track.

Detroit IndyCar: Top 10 quotes after race 1

Graham Rahal dominates to win first race of Belle Isle doubleheader

Alonso wins Indy 500 Rookie of the Year over Jones

McLaren-Honda-Andretti driver Fernando Alonso has been named as Rookie of the Year for the 2017 edition of the Indy 500.

Rookie Jones believes he had the car to win Indy 500

IndyCar’s only fulltime rookie in 2017, Ed Jones finished third in the 101st Indianapolis 500 but believes he could have won had his Dale Coyne Racing-Honda not suffered damage.

Indy 500: Top 10 quotes after race

Sato becomes first Japanese winner of Indy 500 in thrilling finish

Jones ready to lead Coyne while Bourdais is injured

IndyCar rookie Ed Jones says he is ready to lead the Dale Coyne Racing team for the rest of the season while Sebastien Bourdais recuperates following his huge Indy 500 qualifying crash.

Indy 500: Top 10 quotes after qualifying Day 1

Ed Carpenter sets fastest time on day one of Indianapolis 500 qualifications

Indy 500 entry list completed with 33 cars

Assuming Buddy Lazier will soon confirm his Lazier Partners Racing entry, the 33 cars and drivers set to race in the 101st Indianapolis 500 have now fallen into place.

Jones confident he’ll be strong at both Indy tracks

Dale Coyne Racing’s Ed Jones, the only fulltime rookie in the Verizon IndyCar Series this year, says that the Indianapolis road course and the Speedway should see himself and the team making substantial progress.

Bourdais “thinking championship,” extends points lead

Dale Coyne Racing’s Sebastien Bourdais said that settling for second in the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach was partly a result of thinking in terms of boosting his points lead, following his St. Petersburg victory.

Long Beach IndyCar: Top 10 quotes after race

James Hinchcliffe completes comeback with Long Beach victory

St. Pete IndyCar: Top 10 quotes after race

Bourdais drives from last to first in St. Petersburg win

IndyCar 2017 season preview, driver-by-driver

Just four days away from the opening round of the 2017 Verizon IndyCar Series at the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg, here's your guide to each driver competing in three or more rounds.

Chevrolet insight helping Coyne with Honda

Michael Cannon, Dale Coyne Racing-Honda engineer, believes the arrival of Sebastien Bourdais and his engineer Olivier Boisson, has helped provide useful comparative data between the Honda and Chevrolet aerokits.

Bourdais not expecting help from rookie teammate Jones

Sebastien Bourdais says it’s unrealistic to expect to gain knowledge from his Dale Coyne Racing teammate Ed Jones in 2017 because rookies have such a tough time getting up to speed in IndyCar.

Ed Jones “finding the limit” of an IndyCar

Reigning Indy Lights champion Ed Jones admits he’s still investigating the extent of his Dale Coyne Racing-Honda’s cornering grip, but says his first of two test days at Sebring short-course was successful.

Motorsport.com’s Top 10 Mazda Road To Indy drivers of 2016

Indy Lights, Pro Mazda and USF2000 all created some great racing this year. But now it’s time to separate those who produced occasional eye-catching performances from those who operated at that level all season.

Indy Lights champion Jones signs with Coyne

Dale Coyne Racing has completed its full-time 2017 IndyCar driver lineup by hiring Indy Lights champion Ed Jones to partner Sebastien Bourdais.

Jones aims for full season in IndyCar

Ed Jones says that he wants a full-time ride in IndyCar next year, above and beyond his guaranteed three-race prize for winning the 2016 Indy Lights championship.

Veach wins again, but Jones is champion

Zach Veach took his third Indy Lights win of the season at Laguna Seca, but Carlin Racing's Ed Jones took fourth place – enough to beat Schmidt Peterson Motorsport's Santiago Urrutia to the championship by two points.

Kaiser wins easily, Jones takes points lead

Kyle Kaiser scored his first Indy Lights win since Phoenix in May, as the penultimate race in the Indy Lights championship saw Carlin Racing’s Ed Jones wrest the lead of the championship from Santiago Urrutia.

Mazda Road To Indy grids promise tight championship showdowns

Indy Lights, Pro Mazda and USF2000 title contenders have virtually guaranteed thrilling first rounds of the final event of their season, following qualifying at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca.

Veach scores masterful win at Watkins Glen

Zach Veach scored a brilliant second victory of the season, taking the lead after a brilliant start and then proving faster and also kinder on tires than any of his rivals, as the championship contenders faltered.

Serralles takes second win of the year at Iowa

Carlin Racing’s Felix Serralles bided his time and cared for his tires in the first third of the Indy Lights Iowa Challenge to charge through to victory at Iowa Speedway.

Urrutia wins wet/dry race after more drama

Santiago Urrutia led a Schmidt Peterson Motorsports 1-2 after the pair nursed their wet tires at a rapidly drying Road America track, while the Carlin teammates collided and Dean Stoneman lost a lap to a puncture.

Veach edges Indy Lights pole for Belardi

Zach Veach left it until his 11th of 12 laps to nail his fastest time and land pole at Road America, beating championship contender Santiago Urrutia by 0.0139sec.

Dean Stoneman wins Freedom 100 in photo finish

In a thrilling one-lap shootout, Dean Stoneman has swept the Indy Lights races at IMS, winning both the GP and now the 40-lapper on the oval.

Jones wins after stirring late-race battle

Carlin Racing’s Ed Jones became the Indy Lights series’ first repeat winner this season, as he first lost, then won to opportunism on the penultimate lap.

Urrutia scores first Indy Lights win in brilliant fashion

Santiago Urrutia came from third on the grid, made a stunning pass on polesitter Ed Jones and headed off into the distance to earn his first Lights win.

Jones leads Serralles to Carlin 1-2 at Barber

Ed Jones started the first Indy Lights race from pole and led throughout, but surely never expected his prime rival to be his own teammate, given that Felix Serralles started on the sixth row of the grid.

Rosenqvist sweeps second day of Lights test at Homestead

Reigning European F3 champion Felix Rosenqvist was quickest in both sessions of the final day of Indy Lights pre-season testing at Homestead-Miami's road circuit.