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70th Anniversary GP
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Berlin ePrix II
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NASCAR Cup
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Michigan
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WEC
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Bahrain
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Supercars
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Sébastien Bourdais
France
Driver

Sébastien Bourdais

1979-02-28 (age 41)
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Porsche: Bourdais had no right to complain about Makowiecki

Sebastien Bourdais had no right to complain about Frederic Makowiecki’s driving during their fight in the Le Mans 24 Hours, according to Porsche GT boss Dr. Frank-Steffen Walliser.

Tincknell on Ford vs. Porsche: “We couldn't have done any more"

Despite finishing only fourth in the 86th Le Mans 24 Hours, Harry Tincknell said he’s pleased with his and the Chip Ganassi Racing team’s performance that saw two of its cars reach the top four.

Bourdais furious at Makowiecki, Le Mans stewards

Ford driver Sebastien Bourdais says Porsche's Fred Makowiecki showed "very poor standards" in their late battle at the Le Mans 24 Hours and that it was "unacceptable" he escaped unpunished.

Bourdais: “Alonso almost had it too easy” at Indy 500

Dale Coyne Racing’s Sebastien Bourdais believes Fernando Alonso would find it much more difficult to be competitive in the Indy 500 with the new aero package.

Bourdais is a genuine title contender, says Dale Coyne

Dale Coyne believes his team can challenge for the Verizon IndyCar Series title this year, after Sebastien Bourdais consolidated third in the championship with another top-five finish in last Saturday’s IndyCar GP.

Bourdais: Staying out "not the right thing to do"

Sebastien Bourdais says that staying out on slick tyres in the increasingly wet IndyCar race at Barber in an attempt to defeat Josef Newgarden wasn’t “the right thing to do”.

Bourdais slams “idiot” rivals after Long Beach disaster

Sebastien Bourdais has been very critical of driving standards and IndyCar race control decisions, after finishing only 13th in the Toyota GP of Long Beach.

Bourdais on trusting his engineer – and not upsetting his wife

Phoenix polesitter and St. Petersburg winner Sebastien Bourdais says he has absolute faith in his Dale Coyne Racing race engineer Craig Hampson, and is “trying not to upset my wife” by hitting a wall.

Phoenix IndyCar: Bourdais beats Penske aces to pole position

Sebastien Bourdais scored the 34th pole position of his career and Dale Coyne Racing’s first since 2013 after beating compatriot and defending Phoenix winner Simon Pagenaud by 0.4mph.

Power tops IMS road course test, King stars, Telitz debuts

Will Power finished the Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course test on top, but Ed Carpenter Racing’s Jordan King continued to impress by preventing Team Penske domination.

Coyne on remarkable Bourdais win: “We didn’t have a top-three car”

Team owner Dale Coyne says his team’s latest triumph on the streets and runway at St. Petersburg was very different from the 2017 victory because this year Sebastien Bourdais’ car wasn’t even a podium contender.

Bourdais “heartbroken” for Wickens after inheriting St. Pete win

St. Petersburg Grand Prix winner Sebastien Bourdais admitted he was “kind of heartbroken” for rival Robert Wickens, after snatching victory from him in the very closing stages of the IndyCar Series opener.

St. Pete IndyCar: Bourdais steals win after Wickens and Rossi clash

Sebastien Bourdais scored the 37th win of his Indy car career and his second in a row at St. Petersburg, after Alexander Rossi took a huge chance on the final restart and wiped out long-time leader Robert Wickens.

IndyCar 2018 – a team-by-team guide

Who can we expect to see challenging Team Penske for the 2018 Verizon IndyCar Series championship, and what are the achievable targets for all the teams in a season of technical upheaval? David Malsher is your guide.

IndyCar stars set for St. Pete’s Kart4Kids race and charity auction

Ten IndyCar drivers will be part of the lineup for this year’s Kart4Kids event on Wednesday which will raise money for the Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital in St. Petersburg, Fla.

Kanaan reunites with Ganassi for Ford Le Mans ride

Despite losing his seat in Chip Ganassi Racing’s reduced IndyCar lineup, Tony Kanaan will race a CGR-run Ford in the 24 Hours of Le Mans for a second straight year.

Minimizing tire degradation is key to Phoenix, says Bourdais

Sebastien Bourdais says that the hugely reduced downforce levels of the new IndyCar aerokit has placed a huge emphasis on mastering tire usage at Phoenix’s ISM Raceway.

Vasser returns to IndyCar with Coyne partnership

One-time CART champion Jimmy Vasser will return to IndyCar in a co-owner role, having partnered with Dale Coyne Racing for 2018.

Bourdais: “I don’t think Danica will struggle at Indy”

Four-time Indy car champion Sebastien Bourdais believes Danica Patrick will readjust to the demands of the Indy 500, not only because of the nature of the new cars but also because her roots are in open-wheel racing.

Ganassi aims for win 200 at Rolex 24

Victory at this year’s Rolex 24 Hours at Daytona – an event Chip Ganassi Racing has won in both Prototype and GT Le Mans class – will mark the 200th win for the squad since it was founded in 1990.

Bourdais, Rahal hit back at Haas comments

IndyCar racer and ex-Formula 1 driver Sebastien Bourdais has hit back at claims by Haas team boss Gunther Steiner that there are no American drivers ready to compete in Formula 1 at the moment.

2018 IndyCar “very tricky,” says Bourdais after first test

Dale Coyne Racing’s Sebastien Bourdais, who got his initial test of the new spec Dallara aerokit yesterday at Sebring, says the car will be particularly difficult on street courses due to their increased ride height requirements.

Roar test #5: Nasr quickest as Alonso turns first night laps

Ex-F1 racer Felipe Nasr was quickest in the only dark session of the pre-Daytona 24 Hours ‘Roar before the Rolex 24’ test, as Fernando Alonso got his first taste of night-time prototype driving.

Bourdais on the mental and physical fightback after a 118G shunt Prime

Bourdais on the mental and physical fightback after a 118G shunt

IndyCar ace Sebastien Bourdais in his own words describes how he dealt with the after-effects of one of the most scary Indianapolis Motor Speedway shunts in recent memory.