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Pit Pass: Special from Chicago - Part 2
 
by John Hammer

John Hammer and AutoRacing1.com bring you this special Pit Pass show on the news and rumors from race day at CART's Chicago GP. Audio Page

CART VP's talk about future of Chicago race
 by Paul Josephson

After today's CART race in Chicago, Rena Shanaman , Vice President - Joint Venture Operations (and General Manager for this race), and Adam Saal, Vice President - Communications, spent time with the media answering some questions. Naturally, most of the questions focused on future racing in Chicago. Story

Da Matta holds off Junqueira to win CART Chicago GP
 
by Mark Cipolloni

Cristiano da Matta, Bruno Junqueira and Dario Franchitti finished 1-2-3  for the second race in a row as Cristiano da Matta kept his hot streak alive to win today's CART Chicago GP, his third straight victory.  The margin of victory was a close 0.639 sec.. Story | Press Conference

Pit Pass: Special from Chicago - Part 1
 
by John Hammer

John Hammer and AutoRacing1.com bring you this special Pit Pass show on the news and rumors from qualifying day at CART's Chicago GP. Audio Page

A candid conversation with Chris Pook
 by Mark Cipolloni

Chris Pook took the time today here in Chicago to talk candidly to some of the media in the relaxed atmosphere of the CART Business Unit.  Chris covered a lot of territory, much of which will be very interesting to many of you, including Chicago, Cleveland, EuroSpeedway, new engines, the 2003 schedule, Asia, IRL teams moving to CART,  Miami and more Story

Chris Pook & CART staff greets the fans in Chicago
 by Paul Josephson

Just after this morning’s CART practice at the Chicago Motor Speedway, fans got to ask questions of several key individuals who represented a cross-section of people closely involved in CART racing. Fans who attended a Fan Forum, held next to the main entrance off Laramie St. got to hear what Chris Pook, Scott Pruett, Rena Shanaman, John Lopes and Bobby Rahal had to say. Story

Dario Franchitti wins pole for Chicago GP

Dario Franchitti has won the pole position for tomorrow's Chicago GP with a fast lap of 23.428 sec, 158.118 MPH.  Starting 2nd will be Alex Tagliani followed by Cristiano da Matta, Tony Kanaan and Bruno Junqueira.  Story | Press Conf.

Papis confident he will be back soon

Max Papis went to Portland International Raceway two weeks ago with every intention of defending his G.I. Joe's 200 race victory. Instead, Papis didn't even get the chance to turn a wheel as financial matters prevented him and the Sigma Autosport team from fielding its entry there and at this week's CART Grand Prix of Chicago.  Story

Interview with Patrick Carpentier
 Team Players Reynard/Ford driver

Patrick Carpentier, driver of the No. 32 Player's/Forsythe Ford, has scored four top-10 results in six races this season, including back-to-back fifth-place finishes at Laguna Seca and Portland. Now in his sixth CART season, the 30-year old French-Canadian is coming off a 2001 campaign that saw him capture his first Champ Car victory and finish a career-best 10th in the CART championship.  Carpentier will race in this weekend's CART Grand Prix of Chicago at Chicago Motor Speedway  Transcript

Jimmy Vasser and Luiz Diaz Interview
 CART weekly teleconference

What follows is the transcript of the CART weekly teleconference presented by WorldCom featuring CART FedEx Championship Series driver Jimmy Vasser and CART Toyota Atlantic Championship competitor Luis Diaz.  Transcript

CART's Denver GP photos

CART's Denver GP is fast taking shape for Labor Day weekend around the Pepsi Center.  Here are some photos for your enjoyment. 
AR1 track photos | Ground Breaking Photos | Construction Photos

CART spells out future engine and chassis plans
 For sponsors and teams, CART may now be best bargain in racing

Responding to positive inquiries from throughout the motorsports community to its new engine supplier relationship with Cosworth Racing, Championship Auto Racing Teams, Inc. is providing details about the program and, in particular, its future plans to attract new interest in the series.  Story

More than meets the eye with CART's turbo move
 
by Mark Cipolloni

CART's move to stay with the 2.65 L turbo engine platform was made for some obvious reasons, and some not so obvious.  The obvious reasons were spelled out in CART's Sunday press release - i.e. cost savings, equal engines for everyone, stability, and the retention of a key part of CART's heritage - the wonderful sound of the turbo powerplants.  However, it's the not so obvious reasons that may surprise you. Story

Pit Pass: Special from Motorsports Hall of Fame
 
by John Hammer

John Hammer and AutoRacing1.com bring you this weeks Pit Pass show from the Motorsports Hall of Fame.  John talks exclusively to Gordon Johncock, NASCAR's Mike Helton, Shirley Muldowney, Joey Hand, Danica Patrick and a fabulous story by Brian Redman on a practical joke Clay Regazzoni played on Mario Andretti at Kyalami, South Africa in 1971. This is a show you don't want to miss. Audio Page M. Hicks photo

Da Matta out duels Junqueira to win GI Joes 200

Cristiano da Matta and Bruno Junqueira waged a tight duel for the last half of the GI Joes 200 race today in Portland, but in the end it was Cristiano da Matta, the hottest driver in the CART FedEx series, who came out on top for the fifth time in the last eight races.  Dario Franchitti finished 3rd and Townsend Bell 4th.  Results More to follow.

CART and Cosworth join to continue turbo era

In a move that will keep the CART FedEx Championship Series in touch with its rich racing heritage while addressing the issue of escalating costs, CART and Cosworth Racing have reached a two-year agreement that will see the fabled turbocharged Cosworth Racing V8 engine serve as the exclusive powerplant in CART Champ Car competition for at least the next two seasons.
Story | New Support Program | Press Conf Transcript

Scenes from Portland

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Da Matta locks up pole for GI Joes 200 in Portland

Picking up where he left off yesterday, Cristiano da Matta captured the pole position in Saturday afternoon qualifying for Sunday's G.I. Joe's 200,  Da Matta had a top lap of 58.679 seconds (120.800 MPH), 0.284 sec faster than Kenny Brack.  Bruno Junqueira was third.
Brief story & Results | Press Conference

Da Matta on provisional pole in Portland

Cristiano da Matta captured the provisional pole position in Friday afternoon qualifying for Sunday's G.I. Joe's 200,  Da Matta had a top lap of 59.083 seconds, good for an average speed of 119.974 miles per hour
Story, and Quotes | Photos | Press Conference

Shanghai vs. Zhuhai
 
by Jeff Heselwood

It is now pretty certain that Zhuhai, China will never be granted a Grand Prix. Sad but true. Recently it was announced that China will spend around US$6 billion to build a giant auto park in Shanghai over the next five years. However, does that make Zhuhai ripe for CART?  Story

New track for CART's Mexican Grand Prix
 
Track will go through baseball stadium

After a long wait, the Telmex-Gigante Mexican Grand Prix was officially announced this afternoon at the Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez, Mexico’s historic track built in 1959 and currently being remodeled to host the CART Mexican GP in November. The race will close the 2002 FedEx CART Championship Series. Story | El Norte Article

An interview with CART driver Mario Dominguez

Mario Dominguez is competing in his first season as a driver in the CART FedEx Championship Series following three seasons in Indy Lights. Although he's scored just two championship points through five races, that cannot be used as an indication of how his season has progressed thus far. He's been fast at virtually every track and would have better results were it not for a series of misfortunes.  Interview

Interview with Kenny Brack
 
by Julie Andre

Julie Andre and AutoRacing1.com bring you this interview with CART Target Chip Ganassi Lola/Toyota driver Kenny Brack, who talks about CART's new rules, his expanded 3-car team, CART's numerous caution flags, CART's oval track wing package, and much more.
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Pit Pass: Special guest Cristiano da Matta
 
by John Hammer

John Hammer and AutoRacing1.com bring you this weeks Pit Pass show with special guest CART Newman Haas Lola/Toyota driver Cristiano da Matta, who talks about his win last weekend at Laguna Seca, his recent F1 test and the prospects of CART returning to Brazil.
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Da Matta is Da Man at Laguna Seca

Cristiano da Matta had things all his way this weekend at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca and led a 1-2 finish for the Newman Haas team.  Christian Fittipaldi was 2nd and Target Chip Ganassi drivers Kenny Brack was a close third over teammate Bruno Junqueira.  The top four drivers were all Toyota powered. Scott Dixon finished 6th for a 3-4-6 finish for Chip Ganassi

Story & Results

Post-Race Press Conference

Interviews with Scott Dixon and Bruno Junqueira
 
by Julie Andre

Interviews with CART Target Chip Ganassi drivers drivers Scott Dixon and Bruno Junqueira on Saturday at Laguna Seca  Audio Page

Saturday Scenes from Laguna Seca
 
by Mike Veglia

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Cristiano da Matta wins pole at Laguna Seca

Toyota drivers swept the top-3 spots in qualifying for tomorrow's CART FedEx series race at Laguna Seca as Chevron Lola/Toyota driver Cristiano da Matta won the pole with a quick lap of 1:09.473 min lap.  2nd fastest was Kenny Brack at 1:09.676 min.    Story & Results

Scenes from Laguna Seca
 
by Motorola, Players, Mike Veglia, Team Green

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It's time for CART to define its own future
 
by Mark Cipolloni

If it's not obvious to CART, it's certainly obvious to everyone else, CART has been had.  For several years now CART has tried to get the sport of Indy Car racing back together, only to be rebuffed time and again by Tony George.  In its latest move, CART tried to adopt the same engine platform and a similar chassis, in the hopes that CART and the IRL would share a common platform and be able to come together, if not as a single entity, then at least two divisions (road and oval) under one roof (sanctioning body).  That was until Roger Penske and Tony George joined forces. Story

Scenes from Milwaukee
 by Mark Scheuern

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An interview with Paul Tracy and Michel Jourdain

Paul Tracy, winner of the CART race in Milwaukee last weekend, and Michel Jourdain, were guests on this weeks CART media teleconference.  Transcript

Allmendinger captures CART Stars of Tomorrow race

A.J. Allmendinger of Hollister, California bested of one of the most talented American shifter kart fields ever assembled to win the CART Stars of Tomorrow Buffalo Bill's Grand Prix in Primm, Nevada Sunday. With the win, A.J. banked a full $5,000 cash prize for winning the top-level ICC class. Allmendinger waged a race-long battle with karting standout Kyle Martin.  Story

An interview with Max Papis

Max Papis and Sigma Autosport have been one of the surprise stories of the 2002 CART season. Papis finished third at Milwaukee last weekend to score his second top-five of the season, and he is currently tied for third in the championship standings while driving for the small, one-car team. based out of Chicago, Sigma Autosport is contending for the championship despite having no backup car, and a limited amount of spares and technological resources.

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Pit Pass: Special guest Christian Fittipaldi
 
by John Hammer

John Hammer and AutoRacing1.com bring you this weeks Pit Pass show with special guest CART Newman Haas Lola/Toyota driver Christian Fittipaldi, who talks about Laguna Seca, Miami, NASCAR and much more.
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Paul Tracy wins Miller Lite 250 at Milwaukee Mile
 by Mark Cipolloni

Robbed of almost a sure win at last weekends Indy 500 by an untimely late-race caution, Paul Tracy drove a flawless race today to win the Milwaukee Miller Lite 250 by 0.747 sec. over a hard charging pole sitter Adrian Fernandez and Max Papis.  Christian Fittipaldi was fourth and Michel Jourdain rounded out the top five. 
Story & Results | Press Conference

Saturday Scenes from Milwaukee

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Adrian Fernandez wins pole for Miller Lite 250

Adrian Fernandez driving the Tecate Lola/Honda has won the pole position for Sunday's Miller Lite 250 at The Milwaukee Mile.  Fernandez, fastest all weekend,  turned a lap of 22.176 sec, 167.532 MPH to knock Paul Tracy off the pole.  Tracy's time of 22.205 sec. was just fast enough to bump Patrick Carpentier back to 3rd.  Scott Dixon and Bruno Junqueira round out the top five.  Results | Story | Press

Chris Pook Press Conference highlights
 by Mark Cipolloni

Chris Pook took time out of his busy schedule to meet with the media here in Milwaukee to address many of the issues facing CART.  We have the entire transcript and the highlights:  Story | Transcript | Full Audio (33 minutes)

Friday Scenes from Milwaukee
 by Bob Kozel

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Fernandez fastest at Milwaukee Mile for Miller Lite 250

Adrian Fernandez set the fastest time to pace Friday practice for Sunday's Miller Lite 250.  Fernandez had a top time of 22.021 seconds, good for an average speed of 168.712 miles per hour around The Milwaukee Mile. Cristiano da Matta was second fastest for the day in the Havoline Toyota/Lola and Kenny Brack, who paced the morning practice, was third fastest in the Target Toyota/Lola. Story | Press

Skip Barber and CART scholarship extends to Canada

Today young Canadians can stay home, or at least a little closer, as Skip Barber Racing School has begun operations under the watchful eyes of Richard Spénard at Le Circuit Mont Tremblant in Quebec and will offer the same scholarship program.  Story

Interview with CART driver Michel Jourdain

Michel Jourdain, Jr. is currently enjoying the best start of his champ car career with three consecutive top-five finishes propelling him to second in the championship with 32 points. Heading into Milwaukee this weekend for just his fourth race with team Rahal, Jourdain's relationship with the team and the confidence they have shown in his abilities have helped Jourdain to his impressive start.

 Transcript

CART Teleconference with Alex Zanardi

Former CART champion Alex Zanardi was this weeks guest on CART's weekly teleconference.  Alex came to the CART Series like a breath of fresh air in 1996 after competing on the Formula One circuit.  Live from his home in Monte Carlo, Zanardi was his usual jovial self and sounds like he has really come to terms with his situation, and is moving on with life.  He was shall we say, his usual breath of fresh air, even today.  Transcript

Real construction begins on Mexican GP track

Now that the new definitive date for the Mexican Grand Prix has been set –November 17th, 2000- work started this week at the Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez in México City in order to prepare the track for the 2002 race which will end the FedEx CART Championship Series outside the USA for the first time in history.  Story

Key upgrades at Road America
 
by Mark Cipolloni

Under the leadership of George Bruggenthies, the track President, America's greatest road racing facility just keeps on getting better.  Already the most popular circuit with drivers and fans, Road America recently completed a number of important behind-the-scenes improvements. Story

Pit Pass: News, rumors and opinions
 
by John Hammer

John Hammer and AutoRacing1.com bring you this weeks Pit Pass show with rumors, news and opinions from the track. Audio Page (2:43 min. Real Player)

Scenes from Indy 500 and the day after
 by Earl Ma/BRG

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Indy 500 finish ruling - Tracy appeal denied, Helio wins

The Indy Racing League has denied Paul Tracy's appeal of the outcome of Sunday's Indianapolis 500 won by Helio Castroneves. "Team Green did not present anything that was conclusive enough in any way, shape or form to change our mind," said IRL vice president of operations Brian Barnhart. CART team owner Barry Green contended that Tracy passed Castroneves before the yellow caution light came on on the 199th lap of the 200-lap race.  Both Barry Green and IRL team owner Roger Penske attended the appeal meeting this morning before Barnhart issued his ruling.  Tracy and team owner Barry Green have five days to appeal the result of the protest, which would put the final decision in the hands of IRL CEO Tony George. IRL rules call for a hearing to be held within 30 days of the filing of the appeal, unless Green and George agree to a delay.

Team Green files protest of Indy 500 finish

Team Green principals filed an official protest May 26 of the 86th Indianapolis 500 results. The hearing is scheduled for noon (EST) May 27 at the Indy Racing League corporate office in Indianapolis.  It is clear on ESPN video that Paul Tracy made the pass before the yellow light flashed.  More...

CART drivers dominate Indy 500 field

There's no hiding the fact, that the IRL looks more and more like CART everyday.  With the addition of Toyota and Honda, a race in Japan, talk of a road race or two, and a preponderance of foreign drivers, the IRL is slowly transforming into another CART.  Not only did grossly outnumbered CART drivers make a mockery of the last two Indy 500's, when the green flag drops on the 86th running of the Indianapolis 500 Sunday, 22 of the 33 cars passing under the flag stand will be driven either by competitors that regularly participate in the 2002 CART FedEx Championship Series, or by drivers who have competed previously in CART Champ Car competition.  Story

More scenes from Team Kool Green announcement


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Split for Tracy & Franchitti at Team Kool Green

After five consecutive years as teammates on the Barry Green-lead Team KOOL Green (TKG) Champ Car team, drivers Paul Tracy and Dario Franchitti are splitting up. While the longest pairing of drivers in the CART FedEx Championship will both continue to compete as members of TKG, they will no longer look the same.  Story

Day 2 from Open Wheel Motorsports Forum
 by John Hammer

John Hammer files two reports from Day 2 of the Open Wheel Summit held in Indianapolis this week.  Part 1 talks about using motorsports to market your product and Part 2 includes audio from Chip Ganassi, Derek Daly and ABC's Howard Katz.  Audio Page

We talk to Tony George at Open-Wheel Summit in Indy
 
by John Hammer

John Hammer and AutoRacing1.com bring you this special segment from the first annual Smith and Street's Open-Wheel summit being held in Indianapolis.  John talks exclusively to IRL President Tony George, and CART's John Lopes, and gives us an overview of the day's happenings.  Hear what Tony and John have to say about some of the key issues facing both series.  Audio Page

Interview with Dario Franchitti & AJ Allmendinger

On this week's CART media teleconference we were joined by Dario Franchitti of Team KOOL Green, the current FedEx Championship Series points leader. A little later in the teleconference we were joined by AJ Allmendinger who currently leads the competitive Barber Dodge Pro Series points standings.  Transcript

Pit Pass: Special with Max Papis talking about Indy 500
 
by John Hammer

John Hammer and AutoRacing1.com bring you this weeks Pit Pass show with CART Sigma team driver Max Papis talking about how he landed his first ride for the Indy 500 with Eddie Cheever and the Red Bull Racing team.  Max also talks about what it's like to drive at Indy, and who he thinks will be his strongest competition come race day.
 Audio Page (4:58 min. Real Player)

Team Green gets all 3 qualified on last day at Indy

‘Bump Day’ for the 86th Indianapolis 500 proved to be exciting for Team Green 7-Eleven and drivers Dario Franchitti and Paul Tracy. Tracy was the eighth car to attempt to qualify and ran a four lap average speed of 228.006 while Franchitti, who celebrates his 29th birthday today, followed Tracy as the tenth qualifier and had a four-lap average speed of 228.177-mph. Michael Andretti’s # 39 qualified car was removed from the field and replaced with the #39T backup car which he qualified at an average speed of 228.713 mph, placing him on the inside of row nine. Story

Scenes from Indy
 by Earl Ma

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Interview with Bruno Junqueira and Mike Hull
 
Polesitter for the Indy 500

We were joined today by Bruno Junqueira of Target Chip Ganassi Racing, the polesitter for the 86th Indianapolis 500 scheduled to be run on Sunday, May 26th. We also heard today from Mike Hull, managing director of Target Chip Ganassi Racing who helped with Saturday's pole winning effort, and a man who also knows a little bit about bringing home a win at Indianapolis.   Transcript

CART driver Bruno Junqueira wins Indy pole  

CART driver Bruno Junqueira has won the MBNA Pole for the 86th Indianapolis 500 this afternoon at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Junqueira's four-lap average was 231.342 mph in the No. 33 Target Chip Ganassi Racing G Force/Chevrolet/Firestone. Robbie Buhl nearly stole the Pole from Bruno Junqueira but fell just short with a four-lap average speed of 231.033 mph. Story | Press Conference

'Back-Breaking' work
 
by Steven N. Levinson

After the smashing and crashing of the IRL's "Spring Crash-a-thon" tour from Homestead to Nazareth, with brief stops at Phoenix and Fontana before a total, of perhaps 40,000 actual paid spectators, the IRL was looking forward to the PR coup of the three weeks of May at Indy. What they got instead was a PR nightmare.  Story

Pit Pass: Special with Speed Channel's Griff Allen
 
by John Hammer

John Hammer and AutoRacing1.com bring you this weeks Pit Pass show with Speed Channel's Griff Allen talking about the hot import car scene
 Audio Page (5:20 min. Real Player)

The rebirth of CART
 by Mark Cipolloni

CART detractors have predicted its demise every year for the last seven years.  Ever since Tony George split the sport in half by creating the IRL, those detractors said CART would never survive without the Indy 500 in its fold.  And every year CART has survived.  However, at the end of 2001 the cries became even louder.  '2002 is CART's last year,' came the predictions.  But in stepped Pook, and with him the rebirth of CART began. Story

First successful F3 oval test at Eurospeedway
 CART and DMSB promote the oval ambitions as co-operation partners

On May 6th and 7th, teams of the International German Formula 3 performed initial oval tests at the EuroSpeedway Lausitz. CART officials in co-operation with DMSB, tested F3 drivers and cars under high-speed conditions for the first time on the 2-mile superspeedway.  A possible oval race in  2003 is now an alternative to the road course.  Story

Will karting finally be unified?
 CART Stars of Tomorrow/eRacingvision - Initiating talks with SKUSA

Go-karting has been fragmented for years, causing confusion for young aspiring race drivers as to which series to join.  With this deal, a move may finally be afoot to bring top-level go-kart series together, which can only help the sport.  Bryan Herta stated, "I have had several discussions with Bobby Rahal and (SKUSA CEO) Jim Murley on this matter. Unification is a compelling goal, and we are interested in these possibilities.  Story

Pre-Indy 500 quotes from CART & IRL rivals

Opening Day practice for the 86th Indy 500 is Sunday, May 5.  In terms of sheer numbers, the CART drivers are outnumbered 3  to 1 (25 IRL drivers to 8 CART drivers).  Can they overcome such odds again to win the 500 a 3rd straight year and keep their perfect record in tact, or will the IRL drivers prevail now?  Quotes

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The greatest Long Beach GP of all-time.

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Warren Hughes - A name to remember

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