In the round-up: Sato leads strong showing by Ganassi on day one of Indy 500 practice • Euroformula reinstates Mugello round • Rally near Imola cancelled
Indy Lights runner-up Sting Ray Robb will step up to IndyCar this year, driving for Dale Coyne Racing with Rick Ware Racing.
Two-times Indy 500 winner Takuma Sato has moved to Chip Ganassi Racing for 2023, downscaling his IndyCar presence to an oval-only programme.
Takuma Sato will start his 13th season as an IndyCar driver next year after confirming his expected move from RLL to Coyne with Rick Ware.
James Hinchcliffe said a careless move by rival Takuma Sato ruined his race in St Petersburg after the pair collided.
In the round-up: Ex-Sato 2002 Jordan F1 car offered for track day drivers • Kubica to race LMP2 car at Daytona • Rio Deodoro F1 track plans scrapped
Just six days after losing the Indianapolis 500 to Takuma Sato, Scott Dixon made amends by holding off the RLL driver to win at Gateway following a first-lap pile-up.
Takuma Sato dismissed suggestions he wouldn’t have won the Indianapolis 500 had it not been for a late caution period at the end of the race.
Takuma Sato scored his second victory in the Indianapolis 500 after passing Scott Dixon, who had controlled proceedings for much of the afternoon.
Takuma Sato edged Ed Carpenter by four-hundredths of a second in a thrilling finish at Gateway, while points leader Josef Newgarden spun at the final corner.
Takuma Sato’s IndyCar team says data from his car during last weekend’s Pocono 500 clears him of blame for the first-lap crash which involved five drivers.
Takuma Sato has defended his role in the spectacular first-lap crash during yesterday’s Pocono 500 after Alexander Rossi described his driving as “disgraceful”.
Takuma Sato said his victory in yesterday’s IndyCar race at Barber Motorsport Park was one of his “greatest wins”.
Takuma Sato dominated proceedings in the third IndyCar race of 2019 at Barber Motorsport Park but almost threw victory away a few laps from home.
Takuma Sato took a surprise win from 20th on the grid in IndyCar’s lively return to Portland while Scott Dixon extended his title lead ahead of the finale.
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Takuma Sato will drive a Lotus-branded IndyCar in certain rounds of this year’s IndyCar championship. The car will be run by KV Racing and is set for its first outing at St Petersburg in Florida in two weeks’ time. The series holds its first round at a new street circuit in Sao Paolo tomorrow. According … Continue reading Sato to drive Lotus-Cosworth IndyCar
Bad news for Takuma Sato fans – the Japanese driver’s manager has ruled out him making a return to the cockpit in 2010 with Lotus. Lotus are set to announce their driver line-up on Monday and it’s looking increasingly likely that Jarno Trulli and Heikki Kovalainen will be named. Japan had two F1 drivers on … Continue reading No Lotus comeback for Takuma Sato