Juncos Racing returned to the podium this past weekend with American Kyle Kaiser picking up a third place finish in Round 7 of the Indy Lights Championship Presented by Cooper Tires in the Mazda Grand Prix of Indianapolis.
Juncos Racing showed great pace in the first practice session on the 2.3 mile, 17-Turn road course with Kyle Kaiser (Santa Clara, California) finishing second and Zach Claman De Melo (Montreal, Canada) fifth. The next day Claman De Melo qualified second for Round 4, however was unfortunately disqualified in the technical inspection and moved to the back of the 16 car field.
“Benik Racing and Carlin join forces in junior formula team to race in the USA” BENIK Kart, a leader in the karting industry, is pleased to announce that they will be partnering with Carlin, a U.K.-based car racing team, to start a U.S. Formula 4 team for the 2016 season and beyond. “We see […]