According to Curt Cavin, He recieved an E-mail from E.J. Viso confirming that he will stay with HVM in 2009. He also wrote that he is expecting to have a teamate next season, and the teamate will be Robert Doornbos. But the team has not confirmed either for rides for 09′.
Archive for November, 2008
With only 29 shopping days until Christmas, who isn’t looking for a gift for that huge Indycar fan in your family? Sam Schmidt is selling 2009 Wall Calendars, with proceeds benefiting the Sam Schmidt Paralysis foundation. They sell for just $12.99 + 3.00 S&H up until November 30th, and for just $13.99 + 3.00 S&H from December on. They are scheduled to ship mid December, in time for the Holiday season.
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The season finale of Trackside with Cavin & Kevin can be heard Thursday night from 8-10pm in Central Indiana on 1070 AM or through out the world on 1070thefan.com. Brian Barnhart, President of competiton for the IRL is scheduled to be on, along with anybody else that wants to call in or e-mail. You can e-mail Kevin at email@example.com or call in live (317-239-1070) Questions for Brian need to be e-mailed by 1pm Thursday afternoon since his interview will not be live.
I posted a week ago when Arie Jr. got into trouble, so it’s only fair that I post again when he’s doing something good. Arie Luyendk Jr., son of 2 time 500 champ Arie Luyendyk Sr., is set to visit U.S. troops across the pond.
- Firestone Indy Lights driver Arie Luyendyk Jr. will join NASCAR drivers Geoffrey Bodine and Scott Wimmer and NHRA drag racer Hillary Will on a tour of United States military bases as part of the Racing Heroes 2008 Goodwill Tour.
The tour, which begins on Dec. 9 and concludes on Dec. 20, will include visits to U.S. military bases in Iraq and Kuwait. The program focuses on raising spirits and providing inspiration to servicemen and women serving abroad.
“The drivers visit will have a tremendous impact on the troops,” said David Chavez, president of Pro Sports MVP, which organized the tour. “We are certain that the tour will be very entertaining and a welcome and needed break from the routine.”
The participants will attend autograph/photograph sessions, lead clinics and demonstrations, hold meet and greets, and visit hospital patients and staff.
“I’m looking forward to going over there and meeting the troops,” said Luyendyk, who finished fourth in Firestone Indy Lights points in 2008 with a win at Chicagoland Speedway. -Indycar.com