Latest news on Pocono
Ryan Hunter-Reay says losing a potential IndyCar win “almost brings you to tears” after he was forced to settle for third following two epic charges in Monday’s rain-delayed race.
IndyCar Series points leader Simon Pagenaud was left clueless as to why his Penske car suddenly bottomed out and crashed at Turn 1 – as title rival Will Power went on to score victory.
Penske’s Helio Castroneves voiced his relief that nobody got hurt during a three-car pitlane pile-up during Monday’s rain-delayed IndyCar race at Pocono, during which Indy 500 winner Alexander Rossi landed on the Brazilian’s head.
Juan Pablo Montoya, whose first victory as a Penske driver came at Pocono in 2014, says his part of the team needs some good luck at the same venue this weekend.
Pippa Mann will make her 15th official IndyCar start this Sunday as she takes over the #19 Dale Coyne Racing-Honda at Pocono Raceway, and she is pledging to race in honor of Indy 500 teammate Bryan Clauson.
Roger Penske and Marco Andretti have reacted positively to the news that Pocono Raceway has extended its contract with the Verizon IndyCar Series for a further two years.
Charlie Kimball is expecting that this year’s ABC Supply 500 at Pocono Raceway will put greater importance on the handling of the car, largely thanks to the addition of the domed skids on superspeedways.