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Belardi Auto Racing has confirmed that Chad Boat has not been medically cleared to race in this weekend’s Mazda Iowa 100 Presented by Cooper Tires due to injuries sustained during a USAC midget race last weekend.
Carlin Racing's Zachary Claman De Melo was in a class of his own in Indy Lights' second race of the weekend at Road America, and drove to a 10sec victory over Juncos Racing's Kyle Kaiser.
Carlin Racing’s Matheus Leist led from start to finish to rack up his second consecutive Indy Lights victory at Road America and move to second in the championship.
Colton Herta eradicated memories of his mechanically troubled qualifying session for Race 1 at Road America to snatch pole by a scant 0.0223sec from yesterday’s polesitter Matheus Leist.
Freedom 100 winner Matheus Leist took pole position for Indy Lights’ first race of the weekend at Road America, beating Carlin Racing teammate Neil Alberico by two tenths of a second.
Carlin Racing’s Neil Alberico is heading into the second half of the Indy Lights season with confidence, having spent the first half of the year rediscovering his promising junior formula form. He spoke to David Malsher.
Tony Cotman, Indy Lights race director, has revealed that Billy Monger’s huge Formula 4 accident in which he lost both legs has prompted modifications to the Dallara IL15-Mazda for 2018.
Matheus Leist: "To be honest, I felt under pressure the whole race..."
Matheus Leist drove Carlin Racing to Victory Lane at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, holding off strong challenges from Aaron Telitz and Dalton Kellett, who swapped places on the final lap.
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Juncos Racing’s Kyle Kaiser held off a strong challenge from Santiago Urrutia near the start of Indy Lights' second race of the weekend race to score his first win of the season and take the lead in the championship.
Nico Jamin put himself firmly into the Indy Lights championship hunt with a lights-to-flag victory on the IMS road course.
Nico Jamin put Andretti Autosport top of the leaderboard in Indy Lights testing on the Indy GP road course, as Victor Franzoni led Pro Mazda field for Juncos Racing, and Oliver Askew’s Cape Motorsports machine beat the USF2000 field.
Andretti Steinbrenner Racing’s Colton Herta disappeared from his opposition at Barber Motorsports Park to score his second win from the opening four rounds of the 2017 Indy Lights championship.
The grid for the second Indy Lights race of the weekend at Barber Motorsports Park will be set by championship points due to excess water on the 2.38-mile road course.
Kyle Kaiser put Juncos Racing on pole position for the third race in the Indy Lights season after an incredibly close battle that saw the top four cars covered by just 0.17sec.
Indy Lights runner-up Santiago Urrutia will be reunited with his former team Schmidt Peterson Motorsports, which has started a driver development program with Belardi Auto Racing.
Andretti Steinbrenner Racing’s Colton Herta survived several restarts to lead the second Indy Lights race of the weekend from start to finish as Santiago Urrutia held off a charging Pato O’Ward to claim second.
Series rookie Aaron Telitz dominated the opening round of Indy Lights on the streets of St Petersburg, steering clear of some first corner chaos and never looking back.