Jay Penske’s team finds engines for 2 cars

Jay Penske’s team finally has engines for its two cars and

gotten one of its drivers onto the track.

After dumping their original Lotus engines, filing a $4.6

million lawsuit against the engine manufacturer and spending the

first week in Indianapolis trying to cut a deal for two new

engines, Penske finally found a way to make it work.

Though no official announcement was made by IndyCar officials or

the team, France’s Sebastien Bourdais drove onto the track for a

special practice session shortly after 8 a.m. Practice was not

scheduled to begin until noon. But when it appeared a deal was

imminent Wednesday night, series and race officials changed the

schedule to give Penske’s team extra track time.

England’s Katherine Legge has not yet made it onto the

track.