Ryan Phinny

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Ryan Phinny (born October 31, 1989) is an American racing driver from Los Angeles, California.

After karting, Phinny made his Formula BMW USA debut in 2005 for Gelles Racing for two races and competed full-time in 2006 for Hearn Motorsports. He finished 9th in points with one podium finish. He also drove in the Formula BMW World Final for Gelles and finished 23rd. He was away from racing in 2007. In 2008 he made six starts in the Rolex Sports Car Series' GT class for Matt Connolly Motorsports in their Pontiac GTO.R and finished 22nd in points. In 2009 he made two starts for the same team. He also drove in the American Le Mans Series' 2009 Sports Car Challenge of St. Petersburg with Panoz Team PTG. In 2010 he only participated in karting races.[1] In 2011 he has made a surprise appearance in the Indy Lights driving for Brooks Associates Racing at the Long Beach Grand Prix.[2]

His father Pat Phinny was also a racing driver who competed in Formula Super Vee and made one Indy Lights start in 1987.

Indy Lights[edit]

Year Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Rank Points
2011 Brooks Associates Racing STP ALA LBH
16
INDY MIL IOW TOR EDM1 EDM2 TRO NHM BAL KTY LVS 30th 14
2014 Bryan Herta Autosport STP LBH ALA ALA IND IND INDY POC TOR
11
MDO
12
MDO
7
MIL 12th 91
Belardi Auto Racing SNM
10
SNM
6

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ryan Phinny - career detail, Driver Database, Retrieved 2011-04-15
  2. ^ Sribhen, Arni. Notes: Phinny fulfils dream of racing at Long Beach, IndyCar, April 15, 2011, Retrieved 2011-04-16

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