Bringing their NTT INDYCAR SERIES and Indy Lights Presented by Cooper Tires programs together again, HMD Motorsports with Dale Coyne Racing is heading south to the Music City this weekend to race through the Streets of Nashville, Tennessee, and Nissan Stadium. After a successful inaugural event for the NTT INDYCAR SERIES in 2021, Indy Lights has now been added to the schedule for the Music City Grand Prix.
As a brand-new addition to the Indy Lights schedule, drivers will utilize every minute of track time to learn the curves and bumps of the 11-turn street circuit that winds its way through parking lots, the Korean War Veterans Memorial Bridge and into the streets of downtown Nashville. Utilizing the relationship between HMD Motorsports and Dale Coyne Racing, drivers have been able to prepare for the event with the 2021 footage and data from Dale Coyne Racing.
Yesterday, the team announced the addition of James Roes to the HMD Motorsports crew in the #11 entry alongside Linus Lundqvist, Danial Frost, Christian Bogle, Benjamin Pedersen (Global Racing Group with HMD) and Kyffin Simpson.
While street races can pose a challenging task for many drivers, the HMD Motorsports team of drivers have all found success in street races this season with five of the six drivers earning or matching their career-best Indy Lights results on one of the three previous street races this season.
In the NTT INDYCAR SERIES, David Malukas and Dale Coyne Racing struggled in the first two street races in St. Petersburg and Long Beach. As the season has progressed however, Malukas has been able to put his rookie mistakes behind him and finished eleventh at the Detroit Grand Prix street circuit. Now with a continually developing confidence, Malukas is ready to become a challenging contender in the Streets of Nashville this weekend.
In a city known for music, food and good times, the Music City Grand Prix will set the scene for a weekend-long festival with HMD Motorsports hitting the track nine times over the tree-day event.
Nashville’s Music City Grand Prix Weekend Schedule *all times ET
Friday, August 5
3:00pm – 3:50pm Practice 1 Indy Lights
4:15pm – 5:30pm Practice 1 INDYCAR
Saturday, August 6
11:15am – 11:55am Practice 2 Indy Lights
12:15pm – 1:15pm Practice 2 INDYCAR
3:40pm – 4:00pm Qualifying Indy Lights
4:30pm – 5:45pm Qualifying INDYCAR
Sunday, August 7
10:15am – 10:45am Warmup INDYCAR
1:00pm – 2:05 pm Race Indy Lights
3:00pm – 6:00pm Race INDYCAR
How To Watch – Indy Lights Presented by Cooper Tires
All 2022 Indy Lights races will be available on Peacock Premium in the United States, REV TV in Canada and ESPN – Star+ in Latin America and Brazil. For fans outside of those areas, Indy Lights races will be available through the new INDYCAR Live! streaming platform. INDYCAR Live! will also feature every practice and qualifying session worldwide. The award-winning INDYCAR Radio Network also will provide coverage of all Indy Lights sessions alongside the INDYCAR App Powered by NTT DATA.
INDYCAR Live! – Indy Lights https://www.indycar.com/IndyLights/OTT/IL-stream
How To Watch – NTT INDYCAR SERIES
All practice and qualifying sessions for the NTT INDYCAR SERIES are available for streaming on Peacock Premium and INDYCAR Live! Watch the Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix live on Peacock Premium and NBC. For all sessions, tune in to the INDYCAR Radio Network. For more information on international broadcasts, visit https://www.indycar.com/ways-to-watch/international.
INDCYAR Live! – NTT INDYCAR SERIES https://www.indycar.com/ways-to-watch/stream
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