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AFS/PR1 Mathiasen swaps Ligier chassis for Oreca

AFS/PR1 Mathiasen Motorsports has announced it will switch from Ligier to Oreca chassis for the remainder of the 2018 IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship season.

Dec 19, 2017

AFS and PR1/Mathiasen merge to field IMSA entry

AFS Racing and PR1/Mathiasen Motorsports have joined forces to field a Ligier JS P217 in the 2018 IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship season.

Saavedra to race for Schmidt Peterson at Pocono, Gateway

Schmidt Peterson Motorsports-Honda has announced Sebastian Saavedra will return to the seat of its #7 car for the next two Verizon IndyCar Series races, following Mikhail Aleshin's departure.

Aleshin replaced by Saavedra for Toronto

Mikhail Aleshin will relinquish his Schmidt Peterson Motorsports seat to Sebastian Saavedra this weekend in Toronto, although the team is remaining tight-lipped as to why.

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.

Saavedra lands second Juncos Indy 500 seat

Sebastian Saavedra will make his sixth Indianapolis 500 start with Juncos Racing on the team’s Verizon IndyCar Series debut this month, partnering Spencer Pigot.

IndyCar racer Saavedra to make Global Rallycross debut

Sebastian Saavedra will make his debut in Red Bull's Global Rallycross series in the 2016 season opener at Phoenix's Wild Horse Pass Motorsport Park.

IndyCar young guns and veterans for hire

With far more drivers than seats left available, David Malsher checks out the best of those on the subs bench.

Joining the top guns of IndyCar

Sebastian Saavedra and Simon Pagenaud have the opportunity to drive for two of the most successful names in IndyCar, this weekend.

Ganassi gives Saavedra seat time in No. 8, to run fifth car in Indy 500

Chip Ganassi has unveiled its IndyCar driver roster plans for the remainder of the 2015 season, with Sage Karam and Sebastian Saavedra set to share the team's fourth seat.

Power, Andretti, others go karting in Las Vegas

IndyCar drivers heading to Superkarts USA Pro Tour finale.

Honda Indy 200 at Mid-Ohio post-race quote sheet

Sebastien Bourdais: "It is a one-two for Chevy so I couldn't be any happier with the Mistic boys."

Saavedra refreshed and ready for Mid-Ohio

Columbian ready to get past Toronto doubleheader.

Saavedra is hoping to win in Toronto

Sebastian Saavedra has been victorious at Toronto in his Indy Light days and is looking forward to repeating that this weekend in the third doubleheader on the Verizon IndyCar Series schedule, the Honda IndyToronto, July 18-20, on the streets of downtown Toronto, Canada.

Notes and quotes from the IndyCar race at Texas

Ed Carpenter was victorious in the Saturday night showdown at Texas Motor Speedway.

Saavedra eager to return to Detroit

Saavedra and KV AFS Racing prepare for a battle on the streets of Belle Isle.

View from last row at Indy is better than nothing

Sage Karam, Sebastian Saavedra, and Buddy Lazier fill out the final row of this year's Indianapolis 500 grid.

The inaugural Grand Prix of Indianapolis: IMS gets it right…and wrong

Mark Wilkinson looks back on the Grand Prix of Indy and comes to the conclusion that they did a lot of things right, but also did a lot of things wrong.

Pagenaud wins inaugural Grand Prix of Indianapolis

Simon Pagenaud won the first Verizon IndyCar Series race on the IMS Grand Prix road course by .8906 of a second over Ryan Hunter-Reay.