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The Latest: Tough night in Texas for A.J. Foyt’s team

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Fort Worth, Texas (AP) - The latest in indicator racing at Texas Motor Speedway (Indy Local Bar):

8:20 p.m.

A difficult night for AJ, Fayette's IndyCar team in his home state.

The number 4 car driven by rookie Mathews Leight set fire to seven laps in a Texas race on Saturday night.

After about 20 intervals, something broke in the suspension behind the number 14 driven by Tony Kanan.

Kanan contacted the outside wall but said on the radio that something was broken before that.

Therefore, in the first session of the Fort team, there will be an unquestionable run for the champion of 2004

series Fort and Kanan.

The 59th Kanan race was the last of his 17 victories at the conclusion of the 2014 season in Texas. Foyet did not

have a driver on Vijay Lane since 2013.


7:55 p.m.

The pilot of the tower of Indicator, Matthew Leist, removed his car number 4 in the apron and immediately left the

cabin because the fire left behind only seven returns in a race of Saturday in Texas.

When it was slow and went off the track, the list left the column. After this, the flame was visible soon. When the car

stopped, the list came out of the car that was surrounded by safety equipment.

The driver of 19 years was approved by the doctors and was fine.

There was no clear contact with any other car before the fire.

7:20 p.m.

"Two tolls" to indicate?

When the second year of the Indicator driver, Ed Jones, was presented before the Saturday night race in Texas, a

Dallas cowboy with the same name came out on the legendary stage.

After that, the driver followed soon.

Ed "Too Tall" Jones was part of the 1977 Cowboy Super Bowl Championship three times during the Pro Bowl

defensive end and during his NFL career (1974-78, 1980-89). He was a professional boxer between his cowboy

seasons, who was advancing with a 5-pound knockout like a 6-0 heavyweight.

During his time, the longest player in the NFL grew up in the form of a Jones of 6 feet and 9 inches, a NASA in

Tennessee and a boxing fan like his father. This is their first Indic race, although in NASCAR they have done NASCAR

Driving School at TMS and have reached 160 miles per hour.

"Like most men, I have speed," he said. "Unfortunately for me, when I was old enough to put up with one of those

muscle cars, it was too long."

Ed "Too Fast" Jones was Indicator's best stop in the last season. When a young broker was growing up in Dubai and

his parents were working to establish a website, "toll" will always be in his discoveries.

Some American drivers who run against him in Europe called it "too long". Jones then did not know the context, and

they asked him to understand it.

Now two jones have been found.


6:10 p.m.

Tim Penske will start in the first three places for the IndyCar Series race at Texas Motor Speedway.

For the last time, Penske eliminated the top three qualifying positions for the race, which was the final of 2017

season at Sonoma Raceway, when the team won 1-2-3 in the race.

The. defending series champion of the Indicate Series, Joseph Newgarden, is on Dhruv in Texas, Simon Pigeon will

also be driven on Saturday night. Indianapolis 500 winner Will Power, who last won in Texas last year, starts third.

In Sonoma, Pagan made won last September. Newgarden was the second and third power.

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