Top Story: The Grand Prix of Houston was a crash course that RSPORTS ...

... got in the Middle of resulting in a disappointing 9th and 10th place   RSPORTS experienced the highs and lows of racing this afternoon in Houston, seeing both Alex Tagliani and Justin Wilson bounce up and down in the race order. Tagliani reached as high as fifth; while teammate Wilson took the lead early on, but obstacles throughout the 93-lap Grand Prix of Houston saw them salvage a ninth and tenth place finish, respectively. Tagliani started in the 11th spot and by Lap 6 he had mehr >>

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23.04.2007

ChampCar Teams: The Grand Prix of Houston was a crash course that RSPORTS ...

... got in the Middle of resulting in a disappointing 9th and 10th place   RSPORTS experienced the highs and lows of racing this afternoon in Houston, seeing both Alex Tagliani and Justin Wilson bounce up and down in the race order. Tagliani reached as high as fifth; while teammate Wilson took the lead early on, but obstacles throughout the 93-l mehr >>

23.04.2007

ChampCar Teams: Minardi Team USA - Texas Grit

Minardi Team USA wrapped up the third round of the 2007 Champ Car World Series today in Houston, Texas with another podium finish. Despite starting from 13th on the grid, Robert Doornbos drove impressively to claim third place in what was an exciting race to the very end. His team mate, Dan Clarke, was not so fortunate, eventually being classified 17th. It seems Robert h mehr >>

23.04.2007

ChampCar Teams: Servia and Dominguez Avoid Pit Contact, Finish Fourth and Sixth in Houston

Forsythe Championship Racing and the Champ Car World Series completed today its third race in as many weekends at the 2007 Grand Prix of Houston at JAGflo Speedway at Reliant Park. After a disappointing qualifying session, the Forsythe duo of Oriol Servia and Mario Dominguez had a strong showing which ironically was affected by a near miss between the two teammates in the pit lan mehr >>

23.04.2007

ChampCar Teams: Exciting Grand Prix of Houston ends in disappointment for PKV Racing

Round #3 – 2007 Champ Car World Series season – An exciting Grand Prix of Houston, which saw PKV Racing’s Tristan Gommendy lead the race and battle three-time series champion Sebastien Bourdais and teammate Neel Jani contended for a podium finish, ended in disappointed today when Gommendy didn’t get the yellow flag he needed and Jani was knocked out of the race. For the mehr >>

23.04.2007

ChampCar Teams: "Speedy" Dan Clarke forced to retire in Houston

British driver, ‘Speedy’ Dan Clarke, was forced to retire from the Grand Prix of Houston Champ Car race today, after another weekend of hard racing with Minardi Team USA at the downtown street circuit in the American city. Clarke raced on the temporary street circuit last year and returned this year aiming to conquer the challenging track, but his efforts were thwarted with a dif mehr >>

23.04.2007

ChampCar Teams: Graham Rahal makes Champ Car history in third race outing

Graham Rahal, the 18-year-old rookie Champ Car driver, has made Champ Car history as the youngest ever Champ Car driver recording a podium finish, taking the chequered flag in second place in the Medi I Zone Newman/Haas/Lanigan Racing car at the Grand Prix of Houston today. Rahal, in only his third Champ Car race weekend is demonstrating the talent that he has already sh mehr >>

22.04.2007

ChampCar Teams: Red Bull Team Forsythe Rebounds in Houston

Cooper Tires Presents the Champ Car Atlantic Championship Powered by Mazda A challenging race weekend can be a harsh test for a young team as frustration on track can lead to disruption and conflict back in the paddock. But at this weekend’s Fast Trac 100 at the Grand Prix of Houston, Round Three as Cooper Tires Presents the Champ Car Atlantic Championship Powered mehr >>

22.04.2007

ChampCar Teams: Mixed day for Walker Racing in Final Qualifying

Walker Racing drivers’, Swiss rookie Simona De Silvestro and Brit Ryan Lewis both completed today’s final qualifying session for the Fast Trac 100 at the Grand Prix of Houston. De Silvestro is having better luck as she continues to get more comfortable with her Swift 016a. chassis. Battling with traffic, the Swiss Miss clocked a fast lap time of 1:05.646, putting her 13t mehr >>

22.04.2007

ChampCar Teams: Top Five Start for Servia, Dominguez Ninth

Oriol Servia and Mario Dominguez qualified their Forsythe machines in the fifth and ninth position for Sunday’s Grand Prix of Houston at JAGflo Speedway at Reliant Park. The Forsythe Duo opted not to use their Bridgestone Red "Alternate" tires during Friday’s provisional qualifying session and therefore were able to use both sets today in their qualifying attempts. Servi mehr >>

22.04.2007

ChampCar Teams: Wilson to start third in the Grand-Prix of Houston for RSPORTS

It was a rewarding day for the RSPORTS team with driver Justin Wilson who rounded out the top three in qualifying this afternoon on the streets of Houston, Texas while Alex Tagliani sits 11th on the grid for the Grand Prix of Houston. This morning’s practice session results were almost like looking into the crystal ball to predict the future for Wilson. The Engli mehr >>

22.04.2007

ChampCar Teams: Conquest Racing’s Matt Halliday Starting on Seventh Row Tomorrow in Houston

The Conquest Racing team along with driver Matt Halliday will start on the 7th row of the grid in tomorrow’s Grand Prix of Houston after the final qualifying round took place today. The team made a good effort to improve the car from yesterday’s first round of qualifying but fell short. They still have momentum to fight hard in the race and are eager to improve their position. mehr >>

22.04.2007

ChampCar Teams: PKV Racing has best qualifying session of 2007 season

Jani to start fourth, Gommendy eight for tomorrow's Houston Grand-Prix  Round #3 – 2007 Champ Car World Series season – PKV Racing had the best qualifying session of the young 2007 Champ Car World Series season as Neel Jani and Tristan Gommendy qualified fourth and eighth respectively for tomorrow’s Grand Prix of Houston on the tricky and bumpy 1.7-mile, 10-tu mehr >>

22.04.2007

ChampCar Teams: Conquest Racing Placed Both Drivers in Top Ten in Atlantic Final Qualifying

Conquest Racing Atlantic Conquest Racing is in a comfortable position going into tomorrow’s race in Houston, Texas. The Lone Star state welcomes Conquest drivers Matt Lee and Giacomo Ricci with two top ten grid positions. American driver Matt Lee fought hard to move ahead of Italian teammate Giacomo Ricci today in the final qualifying round. Conquest will mehr >>

21.04.2007

ChampCar Teams: PCM - Dalziel 15th, Moreno 16th in Final Qualifying at Houston

Ryan Dalziel #28 Ironclad/DP01/Cosworth/Bridgestone Practice 2 15 59.607 101.646 Qualifying 1 10 59.746 101.409 Final Qualifying 15 58.835 102.980 "I can’t think at the moment, my brain is rattling in my head! Good thing for pitlane as it gives you a break for a minute. We are struggling for sure. We’ll continue to pick-away at it. Our g mehr >>

21.04.2007

ChampCar Teams: Minardi Team USA - Time is everything

In motor racing, it’s always a matter of timing. Minardi Team USA drivers Dan Clarke and Robert Doornbos were reminded of that today during the final qualifying session for the Grand Prix of Houston, third round of the 2007 Champ Car World Series. Both drivers showed speed in morning practice, and again in the 15-minute session this afternoon. As a result, a strong qualifying per mehr >>

21.04.2007

ChampCar Teams: Houston Challenges Mount for Red Bull Team Forsythe Atlantic Team

After a difficult Friday that saw the Red Bull Team Forsythe cars of John Edwards and Robert Wickens struggle to break into the top ten in provisional qualifying for the Champ Car Atlantic Fast Track 100 at the Houston Grand Prix, the challenges continued on Saturday as Edwards’ bid for a good starting spot disappeared with a sick electrical system while Wickens continued to suff mehr >>

21.04.2007

ChampCar Teams: Alex Figge Update

MRI results determined Alex Figge has a mid-thoracic compression, there are no fractures. Figge was involved in a late race incident at the Toyota Grand of Long Beach last weekend. Residual pain from the compression combined with the bumpy surface of the Houston racing circuit, resulted in Figge’s withdrawal at the Grand Prix of Houston this weekend. He will return to the cockpit mehr >>

21.04.2007

ChampCar Teams: The "Super Sub" is Back, Roberto Moreno will Drive the #29 Imperial Capital Bank Car in Houston

Roberto Moreno will take over the driving duties for Alex Figge this weekend in Houston. Figge is recuperating from an incident in the final laps of the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach last weekend. He received an MRI late yesterday afternoon, the results will be determined this morning. "Of course we are very disappointed Alex is unable to drive this weekend, but we are mehr >>

21.04.2007

ChampCar Teams: Conquest Racing Halliday Closing In On Top Ten Starting Position

Conquest Racing Champ Car The Conquest Racing team is off to a promising start as they ended the first qualifying session this afternoon is Houston in eleventh. The Indianapolis-based team has been on the road for two straight weeks but is showing no signs of giving up. 42 BELOW New Zealand native Matt Halliday was seventh near the start of the s mehr >>

21.04.2007

ChampCar Teams: Promising First Round Atlantic Qualifying For Conquest Racing

Conquest Racing Atlantic The Conquest Racing Team had an encouraging start in today’s first qualifying round in Houston. Italian driver Giacomo Ricci qualified ninth while teammate American driver Matt Lee qualified thirteenth. Coming off a good team performance in Long Beach, Conquest Racing was looking forward to continuing their momentum in the first rou mehr >>

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