For each Verizon IndyCar Series event this year, with the exception of the Indianapolis 500-mile race, the team with the shortest amount of accumulated time on pit lane will be awarded $10,000.
Of note: The No. 67 Sarah Fisher Hartman Racing entry will sport a red, white and blue chrome livery with primary sponsorship of Strike, a leading single-source North American energy services provider, for the Firestone 600 and Shell and Pennzoil Grand Prix of Houston presented by the Greater Houston Honda Dealers doubleheader June 28-29…Tim White is the new chief mechanic for the No. 11 KVSH Racing car driven by Sebastien Bourdais…USF2000 competitors Austin Cindric and Colton Herta are taking advantage of a break in the schedule to do some racing in Texas. Both are competing in the GRC Lites event in Austin, Texas this weekend.