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Topic - Sébastien Bourdais
Five things to know about what went on at IndyCar Series media day in advance of the season-opening March 30 race at St. Petersburg, Fla.
KV Racing announced a partnership Wednesday with AFS Racing that will enable the team to field an IndyCar team for Sebastian Saavedra.
After more than 2,400 miles and 23 1/2 hours of racing, the most prestigious North American sports car race came down to eight minutes and a final five-lap sprint.
A 67-car field, an unusually low attrition rate and a relatively tight road course turned an endurance race into a pushing and shoving match.
KVSH Racing has signed Mistic Electronic Cigarettes as co-primary sponsor for Sebastien Bourdais.
Four-time series champion Sebastien Bourdais has signed a two-year deal with KVSH Racing to replace Indianapolis 500 winner Tony Kanaan.
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.
Ahh, nothing like a little NASCAR name calling to spice up the week.
Sebastien Bourdais hadn't been on a podium in a long time, so he wanted to savor every minute of the celebration.
Dario Franchitti has won the pole for the first of two weekend races through the streets of Toronto.
Sebastian Saavedra was prepared to accept the penalty he knew was coming from IndyCar after he directed an obscene gesture toward Marco Andretti.
Sebastien Bourdais would be thrilled if his 100th IndyCar start sparked a turnaround.
Dario Franchitti is in very heady company in IndyCar.
Dario Franchitti says he doesn't look at the numbers or concern himself with where he stacks up on the list of all-time greats.
"When I was in Champ Car, everything was going our way. Didn't matter. Everything was working out," he said. "Maybe because we were in the best team, working more than the others, generating our own good luck. For sure for the longest time in the last few years it felt like, heck, you know, when is it going to work out?"
"I could not put a strong enough point on saying that this group can win, that's for sure," Bourdais said. "I don't know how long it's going to take before we do it, but only because competition is so difficult in IndyCar these days."