Kyle Kaiser1996-03-05 (age 23)
Reigning Pro Mazda champion Aaron Telitz made a brilliant start to his Indy Lights career, putting his Belardi Auto Racing entry on pole for his series debut.
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.
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.
Belardi Auto Racing's Indy Lights rookie Felix Rosenqvist was victorious in his second race in the category in St. Petersburg.
Carlin’s Felix Serralles took his second career Indy Lights win in the 2016 season opener at St. Pete, benefiting from series returnee Zach Veach’s bid for victory ending in bitter disappointment.
Defending Lights champion team owner hoping to repeat and add the Pro Mazda drivers’ title
Juncos Racing’s Kyle Kaiser takes P1 in Indy Lights after first day at the fifth Annual Chris Griffis Memorial Mazda Road to Indy Test, as USF2000 champ Nico Jamin deposes O’Ward in Pro Mazda, and Lastochkin is three for three in USF2000.
Californian driver Kyle Kaiser will remain in the Indy Lights series in 2016, having re-signed with Juncos Racing.
Rookie Spencer Pigot delivered Juncos Racing their first Indy Lights championship by winning both Rounds 15 and 16 at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca this past weekend.
Spencer Pigot was victorious in the first Indy Lights race of the weekend at Laguna Seca and will begin tomorrow's season finale as the championship leader.