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Topic - Gustavo Yacamán
Justin Wilson will team with Gustavo Yacaman in Michael Shank Racing's No. 6 Ford-Riley Daytona Prototype in the final four Grand-Am Rolex Sports Car Series events of the season.
AJ Allmendinger is returning to Indianapolis Motor Speedway _ but in a Grand-AM car for longtime friend Michael Shank.
Justin Wilson had a chance to enjoy a weekend off for the first time in two months.
GRAND-Am has extended the probation for driver Gustavo Yacaman for an additional two races.
Gustavo Yacaman has been placed on probation for the next two races in the Grand-Am series.
The real work begins now for the IndyCar Series, which heads into the meat of its schedule on the heels of a spectacular Indianapolis 500.
What a weekend it was for Michael Andretti.
IndyCar driver Sebastien Bourdais is staying upbeat for someone whose year began with what he calls "a winter of hell," then got worse.
"He is a great guy whom I am sure I will be able to work with very well and learn a lot from," said Yacaman, who also thanked the MSR team for rebuilding the car that was almost totally destroyed in a fire following Yacaman's accident.
"I had a winning car," Yacaman said. "The impact with Estaban just shattered all the chances of a better result."