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Topic - Takuma Sato
Takuma Sato has earned the pole position for Sunday's second race of the Detroit Grand Prix.
Takuma Sato won the pole at St. Petersburg for Sunday's season-opening IndyCar Series race, where Tony Kanaan will make his debut in his new Target/Chip Ganassi Racing ride starting alongside him on the front row.
A.J. Foyt is keeping his team together for a second straight IndyCar season.
Three-time Indianapolis 500 winner Dario Franchitti reluctantly retired Thursday after doctors told him it is too dangerous to continue racing following the injuries he suffered in a crash last month.
Three-time Indianapolis 500 winner Dario Franchitti will need a second surgery on the broken right ankle he suffered when his car went airborne into the fence during the last lap of the Grand Prix of Houston.
A.J. Foyt picked the perfect weekend to make his return to the race track following hip replacement surgery.
IndyCar has placed Takuma Sato on probation for five races for running into Ryan Hunter-Reay on pit road at Pocono.
Parity? There's parity in IndyCar?
The 97th running of the Indianapolis 500 is Sunday with a wide-open field and a pair of drivers trying to join the elite list of four-time winners. Two Americans start on the front row, along with Carlos Munoz, an unknown Indy 500 newcomer who grew up idolizing Juan Pablo Montoya _ a fellow Colombian who won "The Greatest Spectacle In Racing" as a rookie.
They raced 1-2-3 in line, trading the lead a whopping 15 times over the final, frantic 75 laps. All three drivers had a last-lap plan in mind when they zipped past the white flag, and it was Takuma Sato who acted first with a bold move for the win.
A.J. Foyt became a legend at Indianapolis Motor Speedway as much for throwing caution to the wind as for becoming the first four-time winner of the Indy 500.
A.J. Foyt is back at the Indianapolis 500 this weekend with Takuma Sato behind the wheel and perhaps his best chance to win the fabled race as an owner in more than a decade.
When Takuma Sato strolls into his garage at Indianapolis, he gets a quick glimpse into the two distinct paths that have defined these past 12 months.
A.J. Foyt sits quietly recounting stories in the back of his garage at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
IndyCar heads to its signature event in Indianapolis with some momentum after James Hinchcliffe's last-turn pass of Takuma Sato for victory in Brazil.
"Tough qualifying session," Sato said.
"Rahal-Letterman Racing has a proud tradition and I look forward to driving for them," Sato said at a news conference. "I wasn't able to get a win last season but look forward to winning this year with this new team."