Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing

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Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing is an auto racing team that currently races in the United SportsCar Championship, Global Rallycross Championship, and the IndyCar Series. Based in Hilliard, Ohio, it is co-owned by 1986 Indianapolis 500 winner Bobby Rahal, former television talk show host David Letterman, and businessman Mike Lanigan.

The team was established in 1991 as Rahal-Hogan Racing, became Team Rahal in 1994, and was known as Rahal Letterman Racing from May 2004 until December 2010.

CART IndyCar World Series (1991–2003)[edit]

Following the 1991 CART season, Bobby Rahal left the Galles-Kraco Racing team. Despite consistent top finishes, Rahal actually won only two races from 1989–1991.[citation needed] Likewise, Danny Sullivan left the Patrick Racing team, following a dismal season with the Alfa Romeo engine. The two drivers essentially swapped rides. Sullivan joined Galles, and Rahal joined Patrick. By the winter of 1991, however, Patrick Racing started to collapse due to financial and legal issues regarding the Alfa Romeo engine. Rumors had surfaced that Patrick had based parts of the Alfa-Romeo engine on the Chevrolet Indycar engine.

Around December 1991,[citation needed] Rahal and new partner Carl Hogan acquired the assets of Patrick Racing. A new team was formed, known as Rahal-Hogan Racing. In 1992, the team won the IndyCar World Series title on their first try, with owner-driver Bobby Rahal driving the "tried-and-true"[citation needed] Lola-Chevrolet IndyCar.

In late 1992, Rahal-Hogan absorbed the Truesports racing team,[citation needed] which Rahal had been a part of from 1982–1988. The team moved its headquarters from Indianapolis to Hilliard, into the old Truesports facility. Along with the acquisition, they attempted to take over the two-year-old Truesports all-American chassis program.[citation needed] Rahal began the season with an updated version of the Truesports chassis, with the intention of introducing a brand-new Rahal-Hogan (R/H) chassis later in the year.[citation needed] A second-place finish at Long Beach offered some promise. The success was short-lived however, as the chassis proved uncompetitive on superspeedways. After Rahal failed to qualify at Indianapolis, the team switched to a more conventional Lola, while team driver Mike Groff attempted to salvage a season out of the R/H.[citation needed] Eventually the team abandoned the chassis project.

Rahal CART car

In 1994, Rahal–Hogan introduced the Honda HRX Indy V-8 engine to the IndyCar World Series, but split with the manufacturer after Rahal finished a disappointing tenth place in the standings.[citation needed] At Indianapolis, the engine proved uncompetitive, and Rahal risked missing the race for the second year in a row. He borrowed two Penske-Ilmor machines, and finished third in the race. In 1996, Carl Hogan left the team, and started his own racing operation.[citation needed] As a result, the team changed its name to Team Rahal and Hogan started Hogan Racing.

In early 1996,[1] Rahal's longtime friend, and avid race fan, comedian David Letterman, purchased a small share of the team.

Over the next few years, the team would employ Bryan Herta, Max Papis, Kenny Bräck, Jimmy Vasser and Michel Jourdain, Jr., getting closest to another title in 2001,[citation needed] when Bräck finished 2nd in points. Rahal himself retired from driving at the end of 1998.[citation needed]

IndyCar Series[edit]

Full-time (2004–2008)[edit]

The team changed its name again to Rahal Letterman Racing in May 2004. For the 2005 season, RLR's three drivers were Buddy Rice, who won the 2004 Indianapolis 500 while driving for the team, Vitor Meira, who finished second in the 2005 & 2008 Indianapolis 500s, and Danica Patrick, who finished fourth in the 2005 Indianapolis 500, and had the highest finish of any female driver (3 previous) in the history of the Indianapolis 500. Also in the 2005 Indianapolis 500, former team member Kenny Bräck, who was replaced by Rice when he suffered a serious injury in 2003, replaced Rice when he was injured in pre-race practice. Rice was able to recover in time to race in the next IndyCar race.

Scott Sharp in 2007
The Rahal Letterman car at Indianapolis in 2008

The Rahal Letterman team had high hopes for 2006. Meira had left the team after the 2005 season to join Panther Racing. He was replaced by Paul Dana who brought an Ethanol sponsorship.[2] The team placed three cars in the top eight for the Toyota Indy 300 during March 25, 2006, qualifying (Patrick third, Rice sixth, Dana ninth), and expected good things to come the next day for the race at Homestead-Miami Speedway. Unfortunately, tragedy took place during final practice Sunday morning. Vision Racing's Ed Carpenter crashed in turn two and the car slid down the 20-degree banking. Dana, who seemed to not receive the signal from the spotter,[citation needed] ran into the gearbox section of Carpenter's car, sending Dana's car flying on the backstretch. Dana died in the hospital later that afternoon, and the entire team, including Patrick and Rice, withdrew immediately.

Patrick and Rice raced together at St. Petersburg with the third car vacant out of respect, but effective the Bridgestone Indy Japan 300 at Motegi, Japan, Jeff Simmons was added as the team's third driver. In mid-2006 the team switched from Panoz to Dallara chassis. Rice finished 15th in points, Patrick finished 9th, and Simmons finished 16th.

Prior to the 2006 Monterey Sports Car Championships,[citation needed] Rahal Letterman Racing announced that the team would be fielding a Porsche 997 GT3-RSR in the American Le Mans Series in 2007.

For the 2007 IndyCar Series, RLR fielded two cars, one for Simmons and one for IndyCar veteran Scott Sharp. They were unable to find sponsorship to field a third car for 2004 Indianapolis 500 champion Buddy Rice, who moved to Dreyer & Reinbold Racing. However, after 11 races, released Simmons and picked up former Champ Car driver Ryan Hunter-Reay,[3] who earned a 7th-place finish at the Honda 200. Consistent finishes gave Ryan and the team the Rookie of the Year award despite making only six starts.

In the 2008 IndyCar Series season, RLR fielded just one car driven by Ryan Hunter-Reay. The team scored a win at the IndyCar Series event at Watkins Glen International and Hunter-Reay finished 8th in points. However at the end of the season the team's ethanol promotion council sponsorship left and it was unable to find full-time sponsorship for 2009.[4]

Part-time (2009–2011)[edit]

RLR did not participate full-time in the 2009 season due to a lack of sponsorship.[5] With the sponsorship of DAFCA they participated in the 2009 Indianapolis 500, where driver Oriol Servià, after starting on the ninth row, advanced to tenth place but completed only 98 laps before being forced to quit due to mechanical problems.[6]

In 2010, the team again failed to secure sponsorship for the full season. At the 2010 Indianapolis 500, the team arranged a one-race sponsorship entry for Graham Rahal.[7] Rahal ran in the top ten until a blocking penalty shuffled him back in the standings, and he finished 12th.[citation needed]

In December 2010, Mike Lanigan, former co-owner of Newman-Haas-Lanigan Racing with Carl Haas and actor Paul Newman, became co-owner of what was renamed Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing.[8]

The team signed Jay Howard to drive the #88 car with Service Central sponsorship for the 2011 Indy 500. Bertrand Baguette also joined the team at the 500. Howard finished 30th after losing a wheel following a pit stop on lap 61, while Baguette would lead 11 laps late in the race before needing to pit for fuel with 3 laps to go. He would finish 7th.[9]

Full-time return (2012–present)[edit]

The team returned to full-time IndyCar competition for 2012, running a single Dallara-Honda for Takuma Sato. Sato achieved two podium finishes at São Paulo and Edmonton. Michel Jourdain, Jr. returned to the team in a second car for the Indianapolis 500, where Sato came close to victory, crashing out on the final lap while attempting to pass Dario Franchitti for the lead.

On April 30, 2014, the team made history with Engage Mobile Solutions when four members of the RLL team including driver Graham Rahal and three members of the pit crew wore Google Glass to show an IndyCar Series from the unique perspective of each person on the racing team.[10]

After rotating through a series of drivers, including Jourdain, Jay Howard, and Mike Conway, Graham returned to RLL to contest the full 2013 season. Rahal struggled during the 2013 and 2014 seasons with only four top-5 finishes. He would have a breakout year in 2014, snapping a six-year winless streak at Auto Club Speedway and dueling Justin Wilson to win at his home track at Mid-Ohio. Rahal would end 2015 fourth in points after consecutive bad races at Pocono and Sonoma. For 2016, the team remained a single car team, but added Indy Lights champion Spencer Pigot to the lineup for three races. Rahal would take a win at Texas Motor Speedway by only .008 of a second.

American Le Mans Series[edit]

2007 (Porsche)[edit]

In 2007, Rahal Letterman Racing fielded a Porsche 911 GT3 RSR for nine of the twelve races. The team's best results came as a second-place finish at Road America and a third-place finish at Petit Le Mans. The team finished 4th in the GT2 team championship with Tommy Milner and Ralf Kelleners 6th in the drivers championship.

2009–13 (BMW)[edit]

The team returned to the series in 2009 with factory support from BMW and thus holds dual nationality team license (Germany and USA).[11] The team fielded two E92 M3s, the #90 driven by Joey Hand and Bill Auberlen and the #92 driven by Tommy Milner and Dirk Müller. After a troubled season the #92 car finished second at the 2009 Petit Le Mans. The team finished 3rd in the team championship with Milner and Müller 4th in the drivers championship.[12][13]

In 2010 the team continued their relationship with BMW and the American Le Mans Series. Despite only winning one race at Road America, Rahal Letterman Racing won the team championship while Bill Auberlen and Tommy Milner 3rd in the drivers championship.[14][15]

2011 was an even more successful year for the team. After a one-two finish at the 2011 12 Hours of Sebring the RLL Racing team would win two more races. Despite fierce competition from Corvette, Ferrari and Porsche, Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing claimed the GT Teams and Manufacturers championships, While Joey Hand and Dirk Müller won the drivers championship.[16][17][18] This was the second team championship for the team with the M3.

In 2012, the team returned to the American Le Mans Series for their 4th year with the BMW M3. After winning their second 12 Hours of Sebring in a row, the team, lacking speed to the brand new Porsches and Corvettes, would win only one more race at Road America. Despite their deficit in pace, the team finished the season 2nd in the championship with driver Dirk Muller finished 4th, the highest of the BMW team drivers.[19][20]

Continuing their relationship with BMW Motorsport, the Rahal Letterman Lanigan team campaigned two brand new Z4 GTE cars, replacing the BMW M3's. Despite being their first season with the car, the team claimed several GT poles, a 1–2 victory at Long Beach and a win at Lime Rock Park. The team finished the season 2nd in the Teams' and Manufacturers' Championships behind Corvette Racing.

United SportsCar Championship[edit]

For 2014, the team continued with its Z4 GTE cars but under the newly formed Tudor United SportsCar Championship. The team would manage four second-place finishes at Daytona and Laguna Seca with the #55 car and Long Beach and Road America for the #56 car. Dirk Müller and teammate John Edwards would finish seventh in the GTLM Drivers' Championship with Bill Auberlen and teammate Andy Priaulx eighth.

For 2015 the team would stick with its lineup, this time with ALMS champion Lucas Luhr replacing Müller in the No. 24, and Auberlen being teamed with Dirk Werner in the No. 25. Both teams would take wins during the season, with Edwards/Luhr winning at Laguna Seca, and Auberlen/Werner taking two wins at Long Beach and Austin. Auberlen/Werner would finish second in points to Porsche factory driver Patrick Pilet. For 2016, the No. 24 team was assigned the Number 100 in celebration of BMW's 100th anniversary.

CART/Champ Car drivers[edit]

Year Driver(s)
1992 United States Bobby Rahal
1993 United States Bobby Rahal United States Mike Groff
1994
1995 Brazil Raul Boesel
1996 United States Bryan Herta
1997
1998
1999 Italy Max Papis
2000 Sweden Kenny Bräck
2001
2002 United States Jimmy Vasser Mexico Michel Jourdain, Jr.
2003 Mexico Michel Jourdain, Jr.

IndyCar drivers[edit]

Year Full season driver(s) Indy 500 driver(s)
2002 United States Jimmy Vasser (also Fontana in 2002)
2003 Sweden Kenny Bräck
2004 United States Buddy Rice
Brazil Vitor Meira
Japan/United States Roger Yasukawa (also Motegi)
2005 United States Buddy Rice (sat out Indy 500 due to injury)
Brazil Vitor Meira
United States Danica Patrick
Sweden Kenny Bräck (replaced injured Rice)
2006 United States Buddy Rice
United States Danica Patrick
United States Paul Dana (died, see below)
United States Jeff Simmons
2007 United States Scott Sharp
United States Jeff Simmons (released July 17)
United States Ryan Hunter-Reay (signed July 17)
2008 United States Ryan Hunter-Reay United Kingdom Alex Lloyd
2009 Spain Oriol Servià
2010 United States Graham Rahal
2011 Belgium Bertrand Baguette
2012 Japan Takuma Sato Mexico Michel Jourdain, Jr.
2013 United States Graham Rahal
United Kingdom James Jakes
Mexico Michel Jourdain, Jr. (Failed to qualify)
2014 United States Graham Rahal Spain Oriol Servià (also Alabama, Long Beach, and Indy GP in 2014)
2015
2016 United States Spencer Pigot (also St. Petersburg & Indianapolis GP)
2017 Spain Oriol Servià (also Detroit)

Racing results[edit]

CART FedEx Championship Series results[edit]

(key) (results in bold indicate pole position) (results in italics indicate fastest lap)

Year Chassis Engine Drivers No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 Pts Pos Pos
Rahal-Hogan Racing
1992 SFR PHX LBH INDY DET POR MIL NHA TOR MCH CLE ROA VAN MDO NAZ LAG
Lola T92/00 Chevrolet 265A V8t United States Bobby Rahal 12 3 1* 2 6 1 14 2 1* 2 11 4 3 22 24 1 3 1st 196
1993 SFR PHX LBH INDY MIL DET POR CLE TOR MCH NHA ROA VAN MDO NAZ LAG
RH-001 Chevrolet 265C V8t United States Bobby Rahal 1 6 22 2 DNQ 4th 133
Lola T93/00 4 5 4 28 4 9 7 3 2* 6 6 7
RH-001 United States Mike Groff DNQ 23rd 8
26 19 11 9 11
Lola T93/00 18 22
1994 SFR PHX LBH INDY MIL DET POR CLE TOR MCH MDO NHA VAN ROA NAZ LAG
Lola T94/00 Honda HRX V8t United States Bobby Rahal 4 26 14 30 7 6 12 28 2 28 27 9 7 9 14 29 10th 59
Penske PC-22 Ilmor 265D V8t 3
Lola T94/00 Honda HRX V8t United States Mike Groff 10 8 6 27 19 27 11 19 22 27 26 25 14 20 11 15 20th 17
Penske PC-22 Ilmor 265C V8t 31
1995 MIA SFR PHX LBH NAZ INDY MIL DET POR ROA TOR CLE MCH MDO NHA VAN LAG
Lola T95/00 Mercedes-Benz IC108B V8t United States Bobby Rahal 9 3 2 21 21 6 3 13 24 3 5 2 4 8 26 10 5 7 3rd 128
Brazil Raul Boesel 11 6 8 6 16 10 20 11 DNS 5 22 6 20 24 20 18 10 12 16th 48
Team Rahal
1996 MIA RIO SFR LBH NAZ 500 MIL DET POR CLE TOR MCH MDO ROA VAN LAG
Reynard 96i Mercedes-Benz IC108C V8t United States Bobby Rahal 18 5 6 20 14 6 19 7 21 6 15 3 24 5 2 2 7 7th 102
United States Bryan Herta 28 10 13 17 12 11 15 14 13 26 5 6 2 4 5 6 2 8th 86
1997 MIA SFR LBH NAZ RIO GAT MIL DET POR CLE TOR MCH MDO ROA VAN LAG FON
Reynard 97i Ford XD V8t United States Bobby Rahal 7 16 10 10 6 10* 20 11 9 24 5 9 17 3 6 24 19 5 12th 70
United States Bryan Herta 8 10 22 6 7 6 22 15 7 21 3 17 5 24 11 8 6 21 11th 72
1998 MIA MOT LBH NAZ RIO GAT MIL DET POR CLE TOR MCH MDO ROA VAN LAG HOU SFR FON
Reynard 98i Ford XD V8t United States Bobby Rahal 7 19 17 17 6 8 8 5 11 6 8 4 7 3 8 25 16 23 25 11 10th 82
United States Bryan Herta 8 8 28 3 8 4 23 11 21 3 13 5 10 25 23 22 1* 8 10 15 8th 97
1999 MIA MOT LBH NAZ RIO GAT MIL POR CLE ROA TOR MCH DET MDO CHI VAN LAG HOU SRF FON
Reynard 99i Ford XD V8t Italy Max Papis 7 5 16 9 13 4 5 13 8 16 5 5 7* 26 5 4 23 3 4 2 2* 5th 150
United States Bryan Herta 8 12 23 3 22 13 23 25 6 6 15 15 20 9 21 8 24 1* 5 4 14 12th 84
2000 MIA LBH RIO MOT NAZ MIL DET POR CLE TOR MCH CHI MDO ROA VAN LAG GAT HOU SRF FON
Reynard 2Ki Ford XF V8t Italy Max Papis 7 1 20 16 8 22 7 2 25 18 8 9 24 4 7 8 16 6 24 16 12 14th 88
Sweden Kenny Bräck 8 18 17 10 5 3 4 24 6 2 10 22 4 5 3 9 5 11 15 2 13* 4th 135
United States Casey Mears (R) 91 4 23rd 12
2001 MTY LBH TXS NAZ MOT MIL DET POR CLE TOR MCH CHI MDO ROA VAN LAU ROC HOU LAG SRF FON
Lola B01/00 Ford XF V8t Italy Max Papis 7 12 17 C1 24 6 8 11 1* 18 8 16* 13 24 16 22 2 11 9 1 9 2* 6th 107
Sweden Kenny Bräck 8 5 25 C1 2* 1 1* 9 11 6 20 17 1 20 14 8 1* 2 7 25 5 26 2nd 163
2002 MTY LBH MOT MIL LAG POR CHI TOR CLE VAN MDO ROA MTL DEN ROC MIA SFR FON MEX
Lola B02/00 Ford XF V8t United States Jimmy Vasser 8 20 2 20 9 8 16 17 6 6 17 8 5 5 10 7 3 12 1* 11 7th 114
Mexico Michel Jourdain, Jr. 9 4 4 5 5 9 6 10 12 9 4 11 9 6 9 11 6 10 13 13 10th 105
2003 STP MTY LBH BRH LAU MIL LAG POR CLE TOR VAN ROA MDO MTL DEN MIA MEX SFR
Lola B02/00 Ford XFE V8t Mexico Michel Jourdain, Jr. 9 2 2 15* 6 3 1* 4 12 7 2 4 16 4 1 6 7 4 4 3rd 195

IndyCar Series results[edit]

(key)

Year Chassis Engine Drivers No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 Pts Pos Pos
Team Rahal
2002 HMS PHX FON NAZ INDY TXS PPIR RIR KAN NSH MCH KTY GAT CHI TXS
Dallara IR-02 Chevrolet Indy V8 United States Jimmy Vasser 19 9 30 40th 23
2003 HMS PHX MOT INDY TXS PPIR RIR KAN NSH MCH GAT KTY NAZ CHI FON TXS
Dallara IR-03 Honda HI3R V8 Sweden Kenny Bräck 15 11 5 2 16 4 7 7 5 6 18 19 19 5 21 20 16 9th 342
United States Jimmy Vasser 19 26 36th 4
Rahal Letterman Racing
2004 HMS PHX MOT INDY TXS RIR KAN NSH MIL MCH KTY PPIR NAZ CHI FON TXS
G-Force GF09B Honda HI4R V8 United States Buddy Rice 15 7 9 6 1* 15 6 1* 6 2 1 2 22 4 14 5 20 3rd 485
United States Roger Yasukawa 16 11 10 26th 39
Brazil Vítor Meira 17 17 6 6 2 2 12* 5 5 7 7 10 5 21 4 8th 376
2005 HMS PHX STP MOT INDY TXS RIR KAN NSH MIL MCH KTY PPIR SNM CHI WGL FON
Panoz GF09C Honda HI5R V8 United States Buddy Rice 15 19 22 7 3 21 11 10 18 17 22 14 11 2 13 19 12 15th 295
Sweden Kenny Bräck 26 34th 10
United States Danica Patrick (R) 16 15 15 12 4 4 13 10 9 7 19 20 16 8 20 6 16 18 12th 325
Brazil Vítor Meira 17 4 11 5 15 2 9 20 3 16 9 14 2 5 9 7 18 3 7th 422
2006 HMS STP MOT INDY WGL TXS RIR KAN NSH MIL MCH KTY SNM CHI
Panoz GF09C
Dallara IR-05
Honda HI6R V8 United States Buddy Rice 15 DNS 13 5 26 4 18 13 17 16 11 13 15 15 13 15th 234
United States Danica Patrick 16 DNS 6 8 8 8 12 15 11 4 4 17 8 8 12 9th 302
United States Paul Dana (R) 17 DNS 40th 6
United States Jeff Simmons (R) 18 23 19 15 19 10 7 9 10 14 7 8 16th 217
2007 HMS STP MOT KAN INDY MIL TXS IOW RIR WGL NSH MDO MCH KTY SNM DET CHI
Dallara IR-05 Honda HI7R V8 United States Scott Sharp 8 12 11 6 13 6 6 7 3 8 14 7 11 3 6 14 11 5 8th 412
United States Jeff Simmons 17 17 14 8 10 11 10 6 17 18 10 14 18th 201
United States Ryan Hunter-Reay (R) 7 6 15 18 18 7 19th 119
2008 HMS STP MOT LBH KAN INDY MIL TXS IOW RIR WGL NSH MDO EDM KTY SNM DET CHI SRF1
Dallara IR-05 Honda HI8 R V8 United Kingdom Alex Lloyd (R) 16 25 38th 10
United States Ryan Hunter-Reay 17 7 17 7 18 6 15 20 8 16 1 19 10 8 9 18 6 9 3 8th 360
2009 STP LBH KAN INDY MIL TXS IOW RIR WGL TOR EDM KTY MDO SNM CHI MOT HMS
Dallara IR-05 Honda HI9R V8 Spain Oriol Servià 17 26 21st 115
2010 SAO STP ALA LBH KAN INDY TXS IOW WGL TOR EDM MDO SNM CHI KTY MOT HMS
Dallara IR-05 Honda HI10R V8 United States Graham Rahal 30 12 20th 235
Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing
2011 STP ALA LBH SAO INDY TXS MIL IOW TOR EDM MDO NHM SNM BAL MOT KTY LSV
Dallara IR-05 Honda HI11R V8 United Kingdom Jay Howard 15 C2 40th 27
Belgium Bertrand Baguette 30 7 39th 30
United Kingdom Pippa Mann (R) DNS 22 C2 38th 32
2012 STP ALA LBH SAO INDY DET TEX MIL IOW TOR EDM MDO SNM BAL FON
Dallara DW12 Honda HI12RT V6t Japan Takuma Sato 15 22 24 8 3 17 20 22 20 12 9 2 13 27 21 7 14th 281
Mexico Michel Jourdain, Jr. 30 19 32nd 16
2013 STP ALA LBH SAO INDY DET TXS MIL IOW POC TOR MDO SNM BAL HOU FON
Dallara DW12 Honda HI13RT V6t United States Graham Rahal 15 13 21 2 22 25 9 9 21 16 5 18 20 13 18 11 17 7 18 15 18th 319
United Kingdom James Jakes 16 15 23 12 17 20 10 2 12 18 18 12 12 23 13 25 23 6 17 22 19th 294
United Kingdom Mike Conway 17 25 23rd 185
Mexico Michel Jourdain, Jr. DNQ NC
2014 STP LBH ALA IMS INDY DET TXS HOU POC IOW TOR MDO MIL SNM FON
Dallara DW12 Honda HI14TT V6t United States Graham Rahal 15 14 13 17 21 33 2 21 12 11 16 19 7 6 20 5 14 20 18 19th 345
Spain Oriol Servià 16 7 20 12 11 24th 88
Italy Luca Filippi 21 15 22 16 28th 46
2015 STP NOL LBH ALA IMS INDY DET TXS TOR FON MIL IOW MDO POC SNM
Dallara DW12 Honda HI15TT V6t United States Graham Rahal 15 11 8 11 2 2 5 23 3 15 9 1 3 4 1* 20 18 4th 490
Spain Oriol Servià 32 29 32nd 46
2016 STP PHX LBH ALA IMS INDY DET ROA IOW TOR MDO POC TXS WGL SNM
Dallara DW12 Honda HI16TT V6t United States Graham Rahal 15 16 5 15 2 4 14 4 11 3 16 13 4 11 1 21 2 5th 484
United States Spencer Pigot (R) 16 14 11 25 21st 165
2017 STP LBH ALA PHX IMS INDY DET TEX ROA IOW TOR MDO POC GAT WGL SNM
Dallara DW12 Honda HI17TT V6t Canada Zachary Claman DeMelo (R) 13 17 31st 26
United States Graham Rahal 15 17 10 13 21 6 12 1* 1* 4 8 5 9 3 9 12 5 6 6th 522
Spain Oriol Servià 16 21 20 19 27th 61
  1. ^ Paul Dana was killed during the final practice session of the 2006 Toyota Indy 300.
  2. ^ Non-points-paying, exhibition race.
  3. ^ The final race at Las Vegas was canceled due to Dan Wheldon's death.

Complete Global Rallycross Championship results[edit]

(key)

Supercar[edit]

Year Entrant Car No. Driver 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 GRC Points
2017 Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing Ford Fiesta ST 14 United States Austin Dyne MEM
LOU
6
THO1
5
THO2
7
OTT1
OTT2
INDY
AC1
AC2
SEA
LA1
LA2
9th* 156*

* Season still in progress.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Graves, Gary (May 29, 2004). "Racing hits full throttle on TV". USA Today. Retrieved 2011-10-16. 
  2. ^ Remy to Sponsor Paul Dana in the Ethanol Hemelgarn Indy Racing League Entry, PRNewswire, February 24, 2005
  3. ^ Indycar's Simmons Replaced, Hartford Courant July 20, 2007, Retrieved 2011-1-17
  4. ^ Tuttle, Tim. Hunter-Reay finds stability in second season with Andretti, Sports Illustrated, January 13, 2011, Retrieved 2011-1-17
  5. ^ In troubled economy, IndyCar racing searches for right road, a May 2009 Indianapolis Star article published in USA Today
  6. ^ Servia Charge Too Good To Be True, a May 24, 2009 team report from paddocktalk.com
  7. ^ "SkiddMark joins Team BMW Rahal Letterman at the Sebring 12Hrs". SkiddMark.com. Fitch Media Limited. Retrieved 2011-10-16. 
  8. ^ IndyCar: Lanigan joins Rahal-Letterman team, a December 17, 2010 article from AutoWeek
  9. ^ Dan Wheldon gets stunning Indy win, a May 30, 2011 article from the "Associated Press"
  10. ^ "Google Glass view of IndyCar pit stop". Racer. Racer Magazine. Retrieved June 2, 2014. 
  11. ^ BMW, M3 Returning To American Le Mans Series With Rahal Letterman, IMSA Press Release, February 6, 2008
  12. ^ 2009 Team Championship Results
  13. ^ 2009 Drivers Championship Results
  14. ^ 2010 ALMS Teams' Championship Results 2010
  15. ^ 2010 ALMS Drivers' Championship Results 2010
  16. ^ 2011 ALMS Teams Championship Results 2011
  17. ^ 2011 ALMS Drivers Championship Results 2011
  18. ^ 2011 ALMS Manufacturers Championship Results 2011
  19. ^ 2012 ALMS Teams Championship Results 2012
  20. ^ 2012 ALMS Drivers Championship Results 2012

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