After winning the championship in 2012, Ryan Hunter-Reay came out in 2013 and had a solid season with a pair of wins and six podiums, though would only finish seventh in points. Heading into the 2014 season, Hunter-Reay is looking to have a strong season and possibly score his second championship.
“I think we had a great season, but didn’t put the whole thing together, had some...
FORT WORTH, Texas Ryan Hunter-Reay found a bright spot when looking back on his 21st-place finish at last year's Firestone 550.
That finish, which was caused by a mechanical failure, would be the last lowlight on the season for the American drive in the IndyCar Series.
Hunter-Reay followed up that disappointing run at Texas Motor Speedway with three consecutive victories in...
Reigning IZOD IndyCar Series champion Ryan Hunter-Reay has been named the third co-driver alongside 2013 full-time teammates Max Angelelli and Jordan Taylor when the newly christened No. 10 Velocity Worldwide Corvette Dallara DP for Wayne Taylor Racing takes to the Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway road course for the 51st running of the GRAND-AM Rolex Sports Car Series season...
IndyCar champion Ryan Hunter-Reay will be honored in his hometown of Fort Lauderdale with a public celebration next Wednesday.
The three-hour street party will be highlighted with a proclamation from Mayor Jack Seiler.
It's part of a busy three days for Hunter-Reay, who will open next week with a visit to DHL headquarters in Plantation on Monday to celebrate his championship...
Ryan Hunter-Reay opened the IndyCar season determined to take his career to another level.
He had a chance to race for the season-opening win at St. Pete, where a victory would have given him a nice little bump to start things. But when fuel became an issue, and his crew implored him to save gas over the closing laps, he backed off and settled for a third-place finish.
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September 16, 2012
There might come a day when Ryan Hunter-Reay forgives Alex Tagliani for running into him at Sonoma.
It probably won't be anytime soon. Hunter-Reay is too busy trying to salvage the IndyCar championship.
Contact with Tagliani ruined a podium finish for Hunter-Reay at Sonoma on Sunday, and it dramatically hurt his chances to chase down Will Power for the series title. The incident...
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August 29, 2012
Ryan Hunter-Reay was fastest on a wet track in the last practice before Sunday's Sao Paulo 300, which will likely be affected by rain for the third straight year.
Hunter-Reay set the pace in the morning warmup as drivers struggled to stay on track in wet conditions on the streets of South America's biggest city. Pole winner Will Power was third and Dario Franchitti, starting...
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April 28, 2012