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Rains Rules Race Two, Mike Conway takes the checkered

In a race inundated by rain, cars slipping and sliding under yellow and red flags, Mike Conway took a timed, rain shorten race in the streets of Toronto Sunday afternoon. Conway started 11th under clear skies, navigated the ever-changing course and beat out Will Power and Tony Kanaan, giving Ed Carpenter Racing the victory. Mike Conway takes the rain drenched checkered flags at the...
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Juan Pablo Montoya calls driver a douchebag after crash at Saturday’s Iowa Corn Indy 300

Juan Pablo Montoya attempted to make an inside move on Ed Carpenter in Turn 3 during in Saturday’s Iowa Corn Indy 300, Carpenter appeared to move down. Montoya calls him a douchebag and promises 'some action later.'Follow us on Twitter for exclusive stories, Subscribe by Email, or Return Home
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IndyCar: “Amateur Moves” Cost Ed Carpenter a Chance at Indy 500

IndyCar Media Site INDIANAPOLIS- For most of today’s race, it looked like pole sitter Ed Carpenter had the car to beat. Last Sunday, he won his second straight pole for the Indianapolis 500 in dramatic fashion. Today, he was up front for nearly the entire race before he was taken out in just as a dramatic of a moment. Carpenter, had to pit off sequence just past the midway point...
Via Race Review Online
May 25, 2014  |  Discuss

Conway to drive for Ed Carpenter Racing on road courses in 2014, Carpenter remains on ovals

Mike Conway has been hired by Ed Carpenter Racing to drive the #20 Fuzzy’s Ultra Premium Vodka Chevrolet powered car on the road and street circuits in the 2014 season. Team owner/driver Ed Carpenter will still drive the #20 car on the ovals. “We couldn’t be happier to welcome Mike Conway to the Ed Carpenter Racing family,” said Carpenter, the only owner/driver in the IndyCar...
Via Formula 1 Blog
November 15, 2013  |  Discuss

IndyCar: Let's not forget about Ed Carpenter’s gigantic win on Saturday night

Ed Carpenter's win Saturday night is the biggest win no one will remember. Unfortunately for him, the championship battle was so fierce with so much action going on around the track that no one paid much attention to the American winning his second career IndyCar race. Carpenter's first series win was a thrilling one in that he just beat eventual series champion Dario Franchitti...
Via Race Review Online
September 17, 2012  |  Discuss

Carpenter makes it an American sweep for IndyCar

It was deja vu for Ed Carpenter. Carpenter picked up the second IndyCar victory of his career, and again had to beat Dario Franchitti to the checkered flag. Carpenter's first win came a year ago in a dramatic wheel-to-wheel battle to the finish line with the four-time champion. The second victory was Saturday night at Auto Club Speedway, where Carpenter slipped past Franchitti...
Via AP on Fox
September 16, 2012  |  Discuss

Carpenter qualifies for Indy 500

Ed Carpenter has become the 33rd driver to qualify for the Indianapolis 500, assuring race officials they will have a full field for the May 27 race. Minutes later, Charlie Kimball became the fourth driver to crash on the 2.5-mile oval in two days. When Kimball's car got below the white line going through the first turn on the hot, slick track, the back end of the car spun...
Via AP on Fox
May 20, 2012  |  Discuss

Ed Carpenter signs with Chevrolet for 2012 season

Ed Carpenter Racing has signed with Chevrolet as its engine provider deal for the upcoming IndyCar season. Carpenter confirmed the deal with Chevrolet to The Associated Press on Monday morning, hours ahead of IndyCar's planned State of the Sport presentation. He'll be officially introduced as a Chevy driver during the evening events. Chevrolet is making its return to IndyCar...
Via AP on Fox
February 13, 2012  |  Discuss

IndyCar puts Carpenter, Penske in Leaders Circle

One car each from Ed Carpenter Racing and Jay Penske's Lotus Dragon Racing team have been selected as the final two members of the IndyCar Leaders Circle program. Eighteen of the 20 cars finished in the top 22 in entrants points last season, and on Friday series officials exercised their option to award money to two additional teams planning to run full-time schedules in 2012...
Via AP on Fox
February 10, 2012  |  Discuss

VIDEO: Ed Carpenter, Tony Stewart talk team ownership

Ed Carpenter is fielding his own IZOD IndyCar Series squad in 2012, serving as the owner/driver for Ed Carpenter Racing. By all accounts, he's kept a even keel about the challenge. But with undertaking any new project, it never hurts to have a little advice on what to expect.Especially if that advice is coming from Tony Stewart, who recently claimed his third NASCAR championship...
Via Indy Racing Revolution
December 13, 2011  |  Discuss
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