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Topic - Oriol Servia
Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing will field a second IndyCar entry for Oriol Servia this season in at least four races, more if sponsorship can be secured.
It was the second career win for Pagenaud, both this year. The 29-year-old Frenchman became the third driver to win in three years on the bumpy, challenging street course that runs through the middle of the city.
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.
Ryan Briscoe is getting back into the Panther Racing No. 4 car for Saturday's IndyCar race at Milwaukee.
Oriol Servia is next in what could be a growing line of drivers for Panther Racing the rest of this IndyCar season.
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.
Profiles of the 33 drivers in Sunday's Indianapolis 500, in starting order with car number in parentheses, age, hometown, engine, race team, and biographical information (w-former winner; r-rookie):
When Oriol Servia arrived at Indianapolis Motor Speedway and heard the slogan, he thought it was intended for him.
It's been 30 years since the No. 43 car put together more than a handful of consecutive top-10 finishes.
Panther DRR confirmed Wednesday that it will shut down after the Indianapolis 500 later this month.
For the second time in two years, Oriol Servia has been told his race team is closing.
Always popular among his peers, Clint Bowyer over the last two seasons has slowly become one of NASCAR's newest stars.
It has been six long months since the last IndyCar race, when the focus was still on the drivers and the on-track product. The days since have been filled with politics, drama and debate over how to fix the troubled open-wheel series.
Oriol Servia is returning to Panther DRR for the 2013 IndyCar season.
"Continuity is a very important part of success in any racing team," said Servia. "By my moving to Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing, this happens at many different levels. On the team side, in 2009 we did the 500 together as a one-off race. We were running very strong until we had a fuel pump fail on us, but that one race left us with a sensation that we could do great things together. That same year I did a short stint at Newman/Haas/Lanigan where my teammate was Graham, and that also started a great chemistry between us that translated to results on track."
"There are enough synergies within the team that make me feel positive, that even if we may be starting a little late, we will hit the road running," he said.