Sébastien Bourdais1979-02-28 (age 41)
Team Penske-Chevrolet scored 10 victories in the 17-race 2017 Verizon IndyCar Series schedule, but remarkably there were still 10 different race winners and the finale featured four realistic title contenders. David Malsher assesses the elite.
Sebastien Bourdais edged polesitter Alexander Rossi for the fastest time at a wet Watkins Glen, as the track started with a dry line but got wetter as the session went on.
Andretti Autosport driver Alexander Rossi scored his first-ever pole position in the IndyCar Series
Sebastien Bourdais has willed himself back into the Dale Coyne Racing-Honda with a rare determination and dedication to his physical rebuild. But the next rehab stage begins tonight as he makes his first race start since May.
Sebastien Bourdais says he’s been cleared by doctors to return to racing, although it’s not yet been confirmed when he’ll make his first IndyCar start since his monster Indy crash.
If IndyCar is to continue offering the greatest track diversity in motorsport, it needs to make oval racing a success – compelling action that is also a true test of driver talent. The 2018 car offers that chance, as Rick Mears tells David Malsher.
Nine races down, eight to go, and the usual suspects are starting to assert themselves in the 2017 Verizon IndyCar Series after a very open start to the season. But certain statistical anomalies could have far-reaching effects, says David Malsher.
Injured Ford driver Sebastien Bourdais has expressed his frustration at what he perceives to be a dumbing down of Le Mans’ GTE Pro class to level the playing field for Aston Martin.
Sebastien Bourdais, currently recuperating from a broken pelvis after his 118G shunt in qualifying for the Indy 500, says he is frustrated by not enough people admitting that the racing at Texas Motor Speedway was too risky.
IndyCar rookie Ed Jones says he is ready to lead the Dale Coyne Racing team for the rest of the season while Sebastien Bourdais recuperates following his huge Indy 500 qualifying crash.
Team owner Dale Coyne says his injured ace Sebastien Bourdais is already talking about returning to IndyCar, but that he's looking for substitutes in the #18 Dale Coyne Racing-Honda.
Team owner Dale Coyne says Sebastien Bourdais’ surgery last night at Methodist Hospital was successful, but that he will miss the remainder of the season, and he's not yet chosen either a short- or long-term replacement.
Sebastien Bourdais had a front three-quarter shunt with the wall at Indianapolis Motor Speedway’s exiting Turn 2, that sent his car tumbling upside down the short chute.
Sebastien Bourdais led a Honda 1-2-3-4 on ‘Fast Friday’ of Indianapolis 500 practice, as cars ran with full-on qualifying setups for the first time.