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Wheldon replaced in Gold Coast race by Turner

Queensland Raceway (photo by Will Pittenger via wikipedia commons)

Darren Turner has been chosen to replace the late Dan Wheldon in the V8 Supercars Gold Coast 600 this weekend in Australia at the Queensland Raceway.

Wheldon was killed Sunday in a 15-car accident in the IndyCar season finale at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. The two-time Indy 500 champion was one of six IndyCar drivers who had committed to the race at Queensland.

The others are Ryan Briscoe, Helio Castroneves, Alex Tagliani, Will Power and Tony Kanaan. Power has withdrawn due to an injured back from Sunday’s IndyCar race and Kanaan said that he is sitting out due to Wheldon’s death.

The race will also feature eight Formula 1 drivers including Tonio Liuzzi, Emanuele Pirro and Gil de Ferran.

 

Info compiled from Radio, TV & Auto Racing news

 

Power wins IRL race at Sonoma

 

Will Power at May 2010 Indy 500 practice (photo by Manningmbd via wikipedia commons)

Will Power won his second straight race at Infineon Raceway and then shared the podium with two of his teammates, who finished second and third.

Helio Castroneves and Ryan Briscoe completed a 1-2-3 sweep for Team Penske at the Indy Grand Prix of Sonoma, the first time that has happened for owner Roger Penske in nearly 20 years.

Power led 71 of the 75 laps while winning his second consecutive race from the pole at Sonoma, the same track where his career almost ended in 2009 after a terrible crash.

Power has a career-high five victories, one shy of the IndyCar single-season record.

Info courtesy of IndyCar news

Power wins Edmonton IndyCar race

Will Power (courtesy of IRL)

Will Power held off Team Penske teammate Helio Castroneves to win the Edmonton Indy race on Sunday in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

With the win, Power cut into Dario Franchitti’s points lead from 55 points to 38 with seven races left.

Power started the race second to pole-sitter Takuma Sato. He overtook him a quarter of the way through the race and won by eight-tenths of a second on the 80-lap race, which was run on the 2.2-mile road course at the City Centre Airport.

Franchitti finished third in the race.

Danica Patrick finished ninth.

 

Info courtesy of IndyCar series

 

 

Franchitti races to third IRL win at Milwaukee

 

Dario Franchitti (photo courtesy of Indycar.com media)

Dario Franchitti took control of the lead when Tony Kanaan crashed and Helio Castroneves encountered a tire problem and held on to win the IndyCar Series race at the Milwaukee Mile race track in the suburb of West Allis, Wisconsin on Sunday.

Graham Rahal of New Albany finished second with Oriol Servia, Will Power and Danica Patrick rounding out the top five.

Franchitti won his third win of the season in the IRL’s return to racing at the Milwaukee Mile, a historical track which goes back to 1903 but did not host any major races in 2010 due to financial problems by the previous promoters. The stands were one-third full on Sunday.

 

Info courtesy of NASCAR news

 

100th Anniversary Indianapolis 500: Hildebrand crashes on final turn; finishes as top rookie and 2nd place

MEGASPORTSNEWS.COM RACE COVERAGE

 

INDIANAPOLIS – Every year at the Indianapolis 500 fans and media witnesses something they had not seen in previous races.

Well, the 100th edition had a little bit of everything but on the final lap, it was shocking and surprising.

Surprising in the fact that JR Hildebrand was leading the race and shocking that he would crash on turn 4, the final curve to victory.

The 23-year-old Californian, who passed veteran driver Dario Franchitti on lap 196, would’ve been the first rookie to win the Indy 500 since Helio Castroneves in 2001. But it was not to be.

JR Hildebrand at 2011 rookie orientation (photo by Jim Haines courtesy IMS.com)

Hildebrand, driving his #4 National Guard Panther Racing car drifted after he exited turn 4 and smacked into the SAFER Barrier and was passed by Dan Wheldon for the win. But Hildebrand, hit the wall with such force, that he was able to drift across the finish line and finished second.

He had quite a day, considering he started 12th on the outside of Row 4.

 

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