Go for a lap around the 3.27-mile Virginia International Raceway with CORE autosport’s Patrick Long.
The Porsche factory driver led the way in Thursday’s test session as American Le Mans Series teams gear up for the Oak Tree Grand Prix.
Chip Ganassi Racing added another Indianapolis 500 winner to its team Friday and dropped Honda for Chevrolet in an engine manufacturer switch that seemed to be in the works since the start of the season.
Both moves could have a ripple effect throughout the IndyCar paddock.
KV Racing must now replace reigning Indianapolis 500 winner Tony Kanaan, who turned down an offer to return to the team that rescued him just before the start of the 2011 season when Kanaan didn’t have a ride. The KV extension didn’t require the Brazilian to bring any sponsorship money to the team, but Kanaan chose instead to join Dario Franchitti, Scott Dixon and Charlie Kimball at Ganassi, which next year will field cars for five of the last seven Indy 500 winners.
Belgian driver Thierry Neuville won the last four of Friday’s stages to take the overall lead of the Rally France, with newly crowned world champion Sebastien Ogier finishing the day down in fifth place.
Neuville’s remote chances of overtaking Ogier in the championship race were ended on Thursday when Neuville failed to win the first power stage.
Nine-time champion Sebastien Loeb started aggressively in his last ever rally and clinched the first three stages of the morning but struggled in the afternoon after picking the wrong tires, as did Ogier.
Good morning and welcome to SPEED’s Live blog from Korea International Circuit in Yeongam-gun, South Korea. Be sure to check back throughout the day for updates ahead of the Korean Grand Prix.
Sauber Confirms 2014 Ferrari Deal
Sauber has finally confirmed that it will continue with Ferrari into 2014 and beyond.
The team has signed a ‘multi-year’ deal for supply of engine, ERS and gearbox. Although the deal was always going to happen, it had been held up while details were ironed out.