Spencer Pigot1993-09-29 (age 27)
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Riley Motorsports’ LMP3 class winners from the Rolex 24 Hours expect a typically torrid ride in the Sebring 12 Hours, but believe testing provided the setup direction they need to shine again.
Spencer Pigot says he has full recollection of the monstrous shunt that ended his Indianapolis 500 and caused the race to end under caution.
IndyCar racer Spencer Pigot will return to the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship for this weekend's Cadillac Grand Prix of Sebring, joining the PR1/Mathiasen Motorsports LMP2 team.
Spencer Pigot believes that with the Grand Prix of Indianapolis being the first road course race of the NTT IndyCar Series season, he can show well this weekend despite the need to re-adapt to a new team and acclimate himself with the aeroscreen.
Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing has announced a partnership with Citrone/Buhl Autosport that will see Spencer Pigot enter the GMR Grand Prix of Indianapolis and the 104th running of the Indianapolis 500.
Motorsport.com continues its annual countdown of the biggest stories in racing with the surprising spate of established IndyCar drivers – James Hinchcliffe, Spencer Pigot, Sebastien Bourdais – losing their rides amid a wave of new talent arriving.
IndyCar driver Spencer Pigot will return to the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship for next month's Petit Le Mans season finale driving for Juncos Racing.
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.
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.
Spencer Pigot, who became Ed Carpenter Racing’s full-time driver this year, says that scoring his first podium in the IndyCar Series was a relief and was simply the result of a strong car and a day where “everything went right.”
Ed Carpenter Racing's Spencer Pigot says IndyCar debutant and Haas Formula 1 junior Santino Ferrucci caused a "silly" crash at Detroit that did not show respect for full-time drivers.
Despite his own seventh place at Phoenix being the highest finish for an Ed Carpenter Racing-Chevrolet this year, the team owner himself said he’s encouraged by ECR’s improved consistency in pace.
Ed Carpenter Racing-Chevrolet rookie Jordan King said he was happy with qualifying fourth for his first ever IndyCar race, but says he could have been even faster.
Ten IndyCar drivers will be part of the lineup for this year’s Kart4Kids event on Wednesday which will raise money for the Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital in St. Petersburg, Fla.
Team owner Ed Carpenter said he was impressed by Jordan King on his first day of testing with his team at Sonoma, and has confirmed the Briton will make his oval debut on Sunday at Phoenix.
Following Chevrolet Manufacturer testing at Phoenix International Raceway, IndyCar veterans Ed Carpenter and Will Power believe the lower downforce setting of the 2018 car will improve the race there next spring.
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.
The Verizon IndyCar Series’ only driver/owner has suffered a bruising 2017 campaign, and felt the need to make significant changes for next season. He spoke to David Malsher about making some tough decisions.
Right from the start of his sophomore IndyCar season, we’ve seen Spencer Pigot return to the daring, incisive and quick driver we saw in the junior categories. That form is making him a player in an intriguing silly season of speculation.
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.
Sebastien Bourdais led a Honda 1-2-3-4 on ‘Fast Friday’ of Indianapolis 500 practice, as cars ran with full-on qualifying setups for the first time.
Ed Carpenter says that his team will not run a third car at this year’s Indianapolis 500, leaving Spencer Pigot free to chase an alternative ride.
Jim Campbell, GM’s VP of performance vehicles and motorsports, has stated he’s content with IndyCar freezing aerokits this year and switching to a universal kit for 2018, despite giving up one of Chevrolet’s perceived advantages.
Twenty-five drivers and other motorsport figures have been added to the Road Racing Drivers Club, including champions and stars from around the world.
The Mazda Prototype team has announced IndyCar drivers James Hinchcliffe and Spencer Pigot will join the squad for this month's Rolex 24 at Daytona.
2016 IndyCar rookie Spencer Pigot says his only target right now is retaining his seat as Ed Carpenter Racing’s road/street course driver in the #20 car, to partner Josef Newgarden’s replacement J.R. Hildebrand.
New IndyCar champion Simon Pagenaud will join Action Express Racing for the WeatherTech Championship’s season finale at Road Atlanta next month, leading a host of IndyCar stars spread across two of IMSA’s classes.
Pagenaud resumes championship swagger with Mid-Ohio win
The Verizon IndyCar Series returned to the country's heartland today for this weekend's Honda Indy 200 at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course.
The two-car Mazda prototype team will run a special livery at the Sahlen Six Hours of the Glen this weekend.
Reigning Indy Lights champion Spencer Pigot will add seven races to his debut part-time campaign in IndyCar, having signed a deal to drive the #20 Ed Carpenter Racing-Chevrolet car.
Bill Pappas is satisfied that the new safety devices on IndyCars in 2016 are proving effective following the accidents to Spencer Pigot, Max Chilton and Pippa Mann this week at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing continues to impress as a single-car operation, just as they did last season.
Chevrolet-powered cars hit the top of the overall times with 1.4-bar qualifying boost, but Hondas retained their edge in no-tow speeds.