Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing (RLL) announced today that the team will enter a second car for veteran Oriol Servia in select races of the 2014 IndyCar Series season with the intent of adding more as sponsorship details are finalized. Current plans call for Servia to compete in the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach, the Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama, the Grand Prix of Indianapolis and the Indianapolis 500.
enough to merit international travel to the sport’s most important events. Cullinan’s turn to mountain biking came in 1990, when Craig “Stikman” Glaspell, who raced cross country and worked at the Bicycle Center in Redondo Beach, California, suggested that he give it a try.
Christian Brothers Racing may have been competing 800-miles apart, but they were able to tally the same results - wins on two different race circuits on two completely different stages. It was an off-weekend for the snocross National circuit so Logan Christian and Dave Joanis split up - Joanis went home to Canada to race snocross in Timmins, Ontario, and Logan Christian joined CBR cross-country rider Zach Herfindahl at the USXC Warroad 100 in Warroad, Minnesota.
SRAM, in partnership with Troy Lee Designs, announced today the formation of its own mountain-bike team for the 2014 season. The Chicago-based bicycle component manufacturer has had a longstanding tradition of supporting racing, from grass-roots contests through the World Cup level, and currently provides product sponsorship and technical assistance to 27 teams and 100 professional athletes around the globe. Now, the company will also fly its own colors in local, national and World Cup competition.
What started as a late night of sampling some of V12's finest wines and brainstorming a hand drawn label concept has evolved into a collaboration between 1996 IndyCar Champion, Jimmy Vasser Jr., and Troy Lee Designs namesake, Troy Lee.