Juan Piedrahita1992-07-27 (age 27)
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IndyCar driver Matheus Leist will switch to the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship next season after signing to drive for the JDC-Miller MotorSports squad.
Former Formula 1 ace Rubens Barrichello is among JDC-Miller Motorsports’ lineup for the Rolex 24 Hours at Daytona, as the team announced its full- and part-time drivers for a two-car attack on the 2019 IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship.
Santi Urrutia sent Belardi Auto Racing to Victory Lane for the second time in three races, but the bigger winner was Kyle Kaiser whose fourth place virtually assures him of the 2017 Indy Lights championship.
The Mazda Road To Indy continues to provide a solid foundation for aspiring Verizon IndyCar Series drivers. For fans, too, there should be plenty of action, intrigue and nuances to watch in all three series.
As in the Homestead-Miami Speedway oval test, it was an Andretti Autosport 1-2 in Indy Lights’ road course test today, only this time it was Colton Herta heading teammate Nico Jamin.
Colombia's Juan Piedrahita will remain in Indy Lights for a fourth campaign in 2017, rejoining Team Pelfrey.
Scott Hargrove’s test pace at Barber Motorsports Park has convinced Team Pelfrey team manager Gary Neal that the team can be contenders in the opening two Indy Lights races at St. Petersburg next weekend.
Indy Lights front-runner fights hard for scant reward in Ohio
The IL-15s have hit the track.
Belardi Auto Racing takes the crown in tight battle that ends in a tie.
Teammate Chaves extends his points lead.
Luiz Razia drove an exemplary race under constant pressure in today's Grand Prix of Indianapolis to score his first victory in Indy Lights Presented by Cooper Tires.
Meyer posted a career-best finish for the second race in a row, bettering the eighth place finish he earned in the feature race at Barber Motorsports Park.
Piedrahita embarked on the first step of the Mazda Road to Indy ladder system in 2011.