Steve Arpin1983-12-16 (age 36)
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Scott Speed, Tanner Foust, and Steve Arpin enter this year’s event with a chance at the Supercar title
Under sunny skies from the Racing Capital of the World,GRC cars made their Indianapolis debut at Lucas Oil Raceway for Day 1 of Red Bull Global Rallycross Round 7 racing
Arpin’s victory came in the series’ first-ever Canadian round at the Canada Aviation and Space Museum in Ottawa
With weather as wild as the racing at Red Bull Global Rallycross Round 2 in Louisville, Honda Red Bull Olsbergs MSE driver Sebastian Eriksson took the victory by just .071 seconds
Volkswagen Andretti's reigning GRC champion Scott Speed scored a first and a second in the Port of Los Angeles at the weekend to retain his crown, while on Sunday, Brian Deegan scooped his first race victory for Chip Ganassi Racing.
Three drivers will make their Supercar debuts this weekend in Los Angeles
Tanner Foust regain the championship lead from teammate Scott Speed
Despite intense battles under a heavy rain, Scott Speed swept qualifying, his heats, and the main event.
Arpin took the first Supercar victory for both himself and the team, adding to Ganassi’s Rolex 24 at Daytona and Daytona 500 victories.
New manufacturer Honda took the first podium of its foray into rallycross in only its second race.
Tanner Foust kicked off the 2016 season with a statement victory at Red Bull GRC Phoenix
Speed held off Steve Arpin and Sebastian Eriksson for the medal.
Following the path of Andretti, CGR now has a foothold in the GRC.
Wiman takes the season title by just five points.
Scott Speed and Rhys Millen are the only two drivers to have won multiple Red Bull GRC Supercar events this season.
Speed is the series' only multiple winner in the Supercar class this year.