Stefan Wilson, the brother of Justin Wilson who was killed in an IndyCar crash last year, says critics of increased cockpit protection are “short-sighted”.
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Justin Wilson, 1978-2015
Justin Wilson, who died following a crash in an IndyCar race on Sunday, had a successful racing career in America following his single season of F1 in 2003.
Justin Wilson dies from crash injuries
Justin Wilson has died as a result of the injuries he suffered in Sunday’s crash during the IndyCar Pocono 500, the series has confirmed.
Castroneves takes vital victory to stay in title hunt (Indy Car)Posted on
Helio Castroneves headed a Penske one-two at Infineon Raceway to breathe life into his championship effort. He ended a 29-race streak without a win after scoring seven second places so far this year. It came just days after Penske lost both their original race cars when one of their transporters cost fire. Castroneves and Ryan … Continue reading Castroneves takes vital victory to stay in title hunt (Indy Car)
Ryan Briscoe takes second win of 2008 at Mid-Ohio (Indy Car)Posted on
Ryan Briscoe won for Penske at Mid-Ohio in a hectic race that started on a wet track. Briscoe started second alongside Helio Castroneves but dropped back early on as Justin Wilson and Scott Dixon passed him. But with a few laps the drivers were switxhing to slick tyres and the two that changed earliest – … Continue reading Ryan Briscoe takes second win of 2008 at Mid-Ohio (Indy Car)
Ryan Hunter-Reay takes maiden win at Watins Glen (Indy Car)Posted on
Ryan Hunter-Reay scored a surprise maiden win at Watkins Glen in a surprising conclusion to the race at the New York circuit. Ryan Briscoe and Scott Dixon led much of the race but Darren Manning and Hunter-Reay used an alternate pit strategy to hit the front. That paid off after a spate of full-course yellows … Continue reading Ryan Hunter-Reay takes maiden win at Watins Glen (Indy Car)
CART drivers who raced in F1: From Andretti to Zanardi part 9
The final part of our look at Champ Car drivers who raced in Formula 1 includes one of the most incredible stories of survival in any sport – never mind just motor racing.
Not enough seats to go roundPosted on
Super Aguri are gone and the F1 field has shrunk down to 20 cars, increasing the competition for any seats that might become available. That’s bad news for some of the promising drivers squeezed out of the sport who might have hoped to get back in – to say nothing of Takuma Sato and Anthony … Continue reading Not enough seats to go round