BRYAN HERTA RUMORS & GOSSIP

Bryan Herta Autosport signs Jack Hawksworth for 2014

Bryan Herta Autosport’s puzzle has come together as the team has signed Indy Lights standout Jack Hawksworth for the 2014 season driving the #98 Collection Auto Group/Castrol Honda powered car. He will join Russian Mikhail Aleshin and Columbian Carlos Munoz as a candidate for rookie of the year. “I am absolutely delighted to be racing for Bryan Herta Autosport in the 2014 IndyCar...
Via Formula 1 Blog
21 days ago  |  Discuss

The Collection Auto Group, Castrol to sponsor Bryan Herta Autosport

The Collection Auto Group, Ohio’s largest dealer of luxury vehicles will join Castrol as sponsors of #98 Bryan Herta Autosport entry for the 2014 IndyCar Series season. “The Collection Auto Group’s focus on speed and customer service blends perfectly with the speed and technology of Indycar,” said Bryan Herta in a team statement. “The CAG is a flagship partner under our...
Via Formula 1 Blog
25 days ago  |  Discuss

IndyCar: Alex Tagliani Nabs Sponsor for 2013 Season

Bryan Herta Autosport has secured funding again for the 2013 IZOD IndyCar Series season. Barracuda Networks will return as the primary sponsor of the No. 98 Honda for Alex Tagliani. That’s big as the team won’t have to stress about funding and can look for another primary sponsor for a potential second car. “Barracuda Networks has proven to be an ideal partner for Bryan Herta...
Via Race Review Online
January 12, 2013  |  Discuss

Bryan Herta Autosport chooses Honda as new engine

Bryan Herta Autosport will try to defend its Indianapolis 500 title with a Honda-powered engine. The two sides made the announcement Thursday -- the day Indianapolis Motor Speedway opened for rookie orientation and refresher courses. Practice begins Saturday. The move comes a little more than two weeks after Lotus released Herta's team and Dreyer & Reinbold Racing from...
Via Fox Sports
May 10, 2012  |  Discuss

INDYCAR: Herta—I’m Betting On Us

Bryan Herta tells SPEED.com why he backed away from his Lotus engine deal, and also took a gamble on his team and sponsors landing safely.
Via Speed Network
April 24, 2012  |  Discuss

Lotus hopes that less will mean more

Loss of DRR, Herta leaves just two teams on British manufacturer's rosterFor Lotus, it has been a trying start to its tenure as an IZOD IndyCar Series engine manufacturer. Multiple factors, including a lack of proper testing and a litany of reliability problems, have made their teams face overwhelming odds in the first three rounds of the campaign. Everyone knew that the manufacturer...
Via Indy Racing Revolution
April 24, 2012  |  Discuss

Lotus releases 2 teams from engine contracts

Struggling engine manufacturer Lotus released Bryan Herta Autosport and Dreyer & Reinbold Racing from its IndyCar engine contracts Tuesday. The release clears the two teams to cut new deals with powerhouse manufacturers Chevrolet and Honda, and leaves Lotus with just three cars spanning two teams. BHA had already said it would not take Alex Tagliani to Sunday's race at Brazil...
Via AP on Fox
April 24, 2012  |  Discuss

Report: DRR, Herta set to split from Lotus

Last week, it was confirmed that two of Lotus' current teams in the IZOD IndyCar Series had asked to go with another engine manufacturer. Now we know who those teams are.Dreyer and Reinbold Racing, with driver Oriol Servia, and Bryan Herta Autosport, with driver Alex Tagliani, are expected to officially split with the British manufacturer tomorrow according to a report from SPEEDTV...
Via Indy Racing Revolution
April 23, 2012  |  Discuss

Bryan Herta Autosport bows out of Sao Paulo round

A rough start to the 2012 campaign has gotten worse for Bryan Herta Autosport (aka Team Barracuda-BHA), as the reigning Indianapolis 500 champions have announced that they will not be involved in the Sao Paulo Indy 300 on April 29.The team broke the news Thursday night on its Twitter account (@bha). It's the latest setback to hit the Lotus-powered operation, which sits 24th in...
Via Indy Racing Revolution
April 20, 2012  |  Discuss

Bryan Herta Autosport pulls out of Brazil race

Bryan Herta Autosport says it will not travel to next week's IndyCar race in Brazil and will instead focus on preparing for the Indianapolis 500. The team made the announcement Thursday night on Twitter, and Herta confirmed the decision to The Associated Press. IndyCar will load the team's freight Friday morning and head to Brazil for the April 29 race. BHA has struggled...
Via Fox Sports
April 19, 2012  |  Discuss
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