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Topic - John Barnes
Oriol Servia's No. 4 car will be pretty in pink at Mid-Ohio on Sunday afternoon.
Oriol Servia will be back with Panther Racing at Mid-Ohio as Ryan Briscoe remains sidelined with a broken wrist.
Oriol Servia is next in what could be a growing line of drivers for Panther Racing the rest of this IndyCar season.
Ryan Briscoe expected to be flying to Europe after the Indianapolis 500.
Panther Racing parted ways with JR Hildebrand on Thursday after his third major mistake since joining the team in 2011.
JR Hildebrand balanced two different cars during the IndyCar test at Sonoma Raceway.
The excitement over a strong Indianapolis 500 didn't last very long for IndyCar.
John Barnes and Dennis Reinbold grew up in the IndyCar Series together. Now the two Indianapolis-based owners and longtime friends are teaming up to help one another, just in time for the biggest race of the season.
IndyCar has fined Panther Racing owner John Barnes and placed him on probation until the end of the year for posting a critical comment on Twitter.
For a deeper perspective about the week Sepp Blatter will want to forget, Lilian Thuram was the obvious person to call.
Dan Wheldon's friends shed a few tears and shared lots of laughs Sunday.
Walk through an English town or city late on a Friday night and the chances are good that you'll see people staggering drunk out of pubs, perhaps vomiting stomachs of beer into the gutter or simply passed out on the pavement. Yet, if those people include professional soccer players, the chances also are good that it could become news even if they don't have a match to play the next day. Why?
His first shot at winning the Indianapolis 500 gone with a last-lap miscue for the ages, JR Hildebrand sat at the podium and calmly explained how he threw away the biggest race of his life.
Engineers began pumping heavy drilling mud into the blown-out Gulf of Mexico oil well Tuesday in what they think is their best chance yet to reach the ultimate goal in a delicate process — snuffing one of the world's largest spills for good.
"We knew Ryan was a tough guy and would bounce back from his wrist surgery quickly," Panther owner John Barnes said. "He looked great at the test we had last week and you don't have to do much research to see how well he's done historically at Sonoma Raceway."
"We've been very fortunate to see up close how integral females are in the National Guard and we're excited to recognize their effort with the pink camo No. 4 car this weekend," Panther owner John Barnes said. "Our friend Gen. Ashenhurst is one of the best military leaders in the country and a perfect representation of the role females play in the military."