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Linus Lundqvist weathers the storm en route to delayed, restarted Indy Lights Race 2 win at IMS Road Course

By Tony DiZinno The Indy Lights Presented by Cooper Tires series is getting pretty good at sending its drivers out in mixed conditions races lately, and Linus Lundqvist is getting pretty good at winning them. Lundqvist won a barnburner at Barber Motorsports Park when the field there ran a full race on wet Cooper Tires […]

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Indy Lights Race 2 at IMS Road Course Paused due to Lightning Delay

The Indy Lights Presented by Cooper Tires second race from the Indianapolis Motor Speedway has been paused due to lightning in the surrounding area of the Speedway, Ind. track. Lightning strikes require a 30-minute hold from each strike to ensure safety of competitors, camera crews, corner marshals, track officials and fans. The 14 competitors got […]

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Danial Frost drives through trouble to nab first Indy Lights win at IMS road course

By Tony DiZinno Singaporean driver Danial Frost had won three times in Indy Pro 2000 competition, but not on the top rung of the Road to Indy Presented by Cooper Tires ladder, Indy Lights Presented by Cooper Tires. That changed Friday to cap off a chaotic day of racing on the 2.439-mile, 14-turn Indianapolis Motor […]

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Linus Lundqvist locks down pole for Indy Lights Race 1 at IMS road course

By Tony DiZinno As the Indy Lights Presented by Cooper Tires descends on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course, the HMD Motorsports pair of Linus Lundqvist (HMD with Dale Coyne Racing) and Benjamin Pedersen (Global Racing Group with HMD) sit 1-2 in the championship – as they finished last race at Barber Motorsports Park – […]

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Linus Lundqvist wins in the damp after an exciting battle with Benjamin Pedersen – Robb grabs first Indy Lights podium

By Steve Wittich A drying track combined with 31 laps on durable but grippy Cooper Tire wet weather tires meant plenty of sliding around late in the race, giving the fans at Barber Motorsports Park a thrilling finish to the Indy Lights Presented by Cooper Tires. The first activity of what started as a damp […]

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TJ Speed announces entry into the Indy Lights presented by Cooper Tires series – set for 2022 debut

As the Team Championship leader in the FR Americas Championship Powered by Honda, Brownsburg, Indiana based TJ Speed is set for their Road to Indy debut in 2022. Set to contest a two-car effort in the Indy Lights Presented by Cooper Tires, TJ Speed will begin testing in September as they work towards a full-season […]

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Indy Lights in Detroit – HMD Motorsports/David Malukas update – Juncos Racing update – first impressions

By Steve Wittich A couple of updates after a quick walk in the Indy Lights paddock. The HMD Motorsports crew is hard at work repairing the No. 79 HMD Motorsports machine of points leader David Malukas. While the hit didn’t look that bad, the rear end of the car hit the concrete wall at just […]

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Indy Lights at Detroit – Kirkwood leads practice, points leader meets concrete barrier

By Steve Wittich With only 40 minutes of practice, the lone practice session for the Indy Lights Grand Prix Of Detroit Presented By Cooper Tires doubleheader, it was necessary to 1) set a positive tone for the weekend and 2) keep it off concrete walls. For Andretti Autosport rookie Kyle Kirkwood, who turned in a […]

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Previewing Indy Lights first visit to Belle Isle in almost a decade

  By Steve Wittich After a one month break, the Indy Lights presented by Cooper Tires series is back in action this weekend; heading north to the Motor City – Detroit, Mich., for the seventh and eighth rounds in the fight for the 2021 championship and the $1,289,425 scholarship that goes with the title. It’s […]

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David Malukas wins second Indy Lights race of the year; grabs points lead

David Malukas, with a green-to-checkered flag victory in the Grand Prix of St. Petersburg presented by Andersen Interior Contracting, becomes the first Indy Lights driver in 2021 to win a second race. It also means the 19-year-old spends at least the next three weeks as the championship leader. The Chicago, Ill. driver held off a […]

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