Sunday, July 29, 2007 Team Minardi USA Post-Race Notes: San Jose Grand Prix Robert Doornbos #14 Team Minardi USA Cosworth/DP01/Bridgestone (Qualified 15th/Finished 1st) – “It's a great way to feel after such a difficult weekend. Also in Edmonton we struggled a lot last week.
Sunday, July 29, 2007 Bittersweet Result in San Jose for Walker Racing Walker Racing drivers Simona De Silvestro (#5 Miauton) and Ryan Lewis (#15 NCPI Solutions).managed to conquer the infamous turn one chaos, but it was the events that took place afterwards for the team that resulted in a bittersweet day for the duo.
Sunday, July 29, 2007 Jani Finishes Second in San Jose Grand Prix; Gommendy Places Eighth Round #9 – 2007 Champ Car World Series season – Red Bull Gulfstream PKV Racing driver Neel Jani finished second today in the San Jose Grand Prix at Redback Raceway on the tricky and challenging 1.5-mile, 7-turn downtown temporary street circuit. Teammate Tristan Gommendy placed eighth.
Sunday, July 29, 2007 Doornbos Crashes and Passes His Way to Second Career Win Some had said the most important part of the San Jose Grand Prix at Redback Raceway was Saturday qualifying, as the tight street circuit in the “Capital of Silicon Valley” had produced races with few passing opportunities.
Saturday, July 28, 2007 Wickens Third, Edwards Sixth in San Jose Atlantic Final Qualifying The Red Bull cars were flying on the 1.443-mile street circuit in downtown San Jose today as Toronto’s Robert Wickens and Little Rock’s John Edwards charged to the sharp end of the grid for Sunday’s Grand Prix of San Jose at Redback Raceway Atlantic Race.
Saturday, July 28, 2007 Servia Qualifies Fourth at San Jose Oriol Servia qualified his #7 INDECK Champ Car in the fourth position for the San Jose Grand Prix at Redback Raceway in one of the closest qualifying sessions that the Champ Car World Series has seen in years.
Saturday, July 28, 2007 Jumbled Day in San Jose for Walker Racing It was a jumbled day of qualifying for Walker Racing drivers, Ryan Lewis (#15 NCPI Solutions/InSport) and Simona De Silvestro (#5 Miauton) who qualified thirteenth and fourteenth for tomorrow’s Grand Prix of San Jose.
Friday, July 27, 2007 Gommendy Cleared to Compete in San José Grand Prix Champ Car Director of Medical Affairs Chris Pinderski, in consultation with Dr. Terry Trammell, has cleared PKV Racing driver Tristan Gommendy to drive the #22 Pay By Touch MegaSpirea PKV Racing Cosworth/DP01/Bridgestone car at this weekend’s San José Grand Prix at Redback Raceway on the streets of downtown San José, California.
Friday, July 27, 2007 Bremer Returns to Brooks Associates Racing for San Jose Ronnie Bremer, former Champ Car driver and Champ Car Atlantic Championship driver for Brooks Associates Racing and Polestar Racing Group, will pilot the #10 Wyndham Mazda-Cosworth/Swift/Cooper of Brooks Associates Racing for San Jose.
Thursday, July 26, 2007 Power Determined to Begin Comeback in San Jose Team Australia Champ Car star Will Power is determined to bounce back from a disastrous round last weekend in Edmonton, Canada at the San Jose Grand Prix in San Jose, California this weekend.
Thursday, July 26, 2007 Back in the USA Minardi Team USA drivers ‘Speedy’ Dan Clarke and Robert Doornbos are back in the U.S. after a three-race stint in Canada and looking forward to hitting the streets of downtown San Jose.
Sunday, July 30, 2006 Championship Auto Racing Teams News from San José Grand Prix Circuit The 2006 edition of the Champ Car Atlantic Championship was expected to be a titanic battle as many of the best drivers, teams, mechanics and engineers in the world came to Long Beach in April to begin a season-long quest for glory, but few could have predicted just how competitive the revamped series would become.
Sunday, July 30, 2006 Championship Auto Racing Teams News from San José Grand Prix Circuit It was a little bit street party, a little bit street fight and a whole lot of Sebastien Bourdais (#1 McDonald’s Ford-Cosworth/Lola/Bridgestone) on a sunny Sunday in San Jose as the Bridgestone Presents The Champ Car World Series Powered by Ford hit the 1.443-mile downtown street circuit in the heart of Silicon Valley.