Latest news on DragonSpeed
DragonSpeed owner Elton Julian has committed to readying his team for the Indianapolis 500, while also continuing in the reduced-schedule IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship and European Le Mans Series.
DragonSpeed Racing team has posted on social media its colorscheme for Ben Hanley’s Dallara-Chevrolet in next weekend’s NTT IndyCar Series season-opener.
Ben Hanley will start the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg for DragonSpeed, as the team seeks to extend its participation in the 2020 NTT IndyCar Series, but the team may change drivers during its part-time season.
Ben Hanley says that Elton Julian’s DragonSpeed-Chevrolet team is aiming to be at the IndyCar season finale at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca, and the team hopes to compete in 10 rounds in 2020.
Elton Julian’s DragonSpeed team will not compete in this weekend’s Honda Indy 200 at Mid-Ohio as his team has encountered issues with visas.
Elton Julian, team principal at DragonSpeed, has announced that next month’s 24 Hours of Le Mans will see the team entering LMP1 for the final time, as he seeks to extend his NTT IndyCar Series campaign in 2020.
Pastor Maldonado's late surge to LMP2 victory in last weekend's Spa FIA World Endurance Championship race was the ex-Formula 1 driver's "second-best" ever drive, says DragonSpeed teammate Anthony Davidson.
DragonSpeed will not be merely aiming to "make up the numbers" with its part-time 2019 NTT IndyCar Series entry, says driver Ben Hanley.
Pastor Maldonado has hailed his “special” first win as a sportscar driver following his LMP2 class triumph with DragonSpeed in last weekend’s Rolex 24 at Daytona.
DragonSpeed has confirmed a part-time 2019 IndyCar programme with the intention of going full-time the following year.
Renger van der Zande drove the Wayne Taylor Racing Cadillac DPi-V.R to the top of the times at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca, as Nick Tandy and Patrick Long put Porsche on top in the two GT classes.
The DragonSpeed LMP1 car behaved like a "wild horse" throughout a "fantastically bad" FIA World Endurance Championship weekend at Silverstone, according to Renger van der Zande.