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Belardi Auto Racing is an American racing team in the Indy Lights series.[4] The team is owned by Brian Belardi, who competed in SCCA.[2][3] Belardi was previously located in Illinois before moving to Brownsburg, Indiana.[1]

United States Belardi Auto Racing
BaseBrownsburg, Indiana[1]
Team principal(s)Brian Belardi[2][3]
Current seriesIndy Lights[4]
Former seriesU.S. F2000 National Championship[5]
Noted drivers4. Julien Falchero[6]
5. Lucas Kohl[6]
13. Zachary Claman DeMelo[6]
Drivers'
Championships
1: Indy Lights[7]

Contents

Indy LightsEdit

2011-2013Edit

Jorge Goncalvez, Anders Krohn, and Jacob Wilson drove for the team during the 2011 Indy Lights season.[3][8][9] Alon Day joined the team for the 2012 Indy Lights season and became the first racer from Israel in the United States.[10][11] Peter Dempsey joined the team during the 2012 Indy Lights season and remained with the team into the 2013 Indy Lights season[12][13] Belardi Auto Racing won its first race at the 2013 Firestone Freedom 100 with Peter Dempsey making a four wide pass at the finish line.[14][15] It was the closest oval configuration finish in Indianapolis Motor Speedway history.[16] The team was forced to let go of Peter Dempsey before the final two races of 2013 due to a lack of sponsorship.[15][17] Juan Pablo Garcia replaced Peter Dempsey, joining Jorge Goncalvez and Giancarlo Serenelli.[18]

2014Edit

For the 2014 Indy Lights season, Belardi hired drivers Alexandre Baron and Gabby Chaves.[2] Belardi won the 2014 Freedom 100 with driver Gabby Chaves.[19] Chase Austin fractured his wrist in an accident while driving for Belardi in the 2014 Freedom 100.[19][20] Chaves also won at the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach Long Beach 100, Barber Motorsports Park Legacy Indy Lights 100 race 2, and Pocono 100.[21][22][23][24] Alexandre Baron missed the Pocono race but won at Honda Indy Toronto.[25][26] Baron was replaced by Axcil Jefferies at the Mid-Ohio double-header and Ryan Phinny for Sonoma.[27][28] Gabby Chaves won the 2014 Indy Lights championship over Jack Harvey at Sonoma in a tiebreaker.[7][29]

2015Edit

For the 2015 Indy Lights season, Belardi hired drivers Juan Piedrahita and Felix Serralles.[30] Serralles won at Milwaukee with teammate Piedrahita finishing third.[31][32] Serralles finished seventh and Piedrahita eighth in the final standings.[33]

2016Edit

For the 2016 Indy Lights season, Belardi hired drivers Felix Rosenqvist and Zach Veach.[34] Both drivers suffered car issues during race one at the Indy Lights Grand Prix of St. Petersburg.[35][36][37] Rosenqvist won race two at the Indy Lights Grand Prix of St. Petersburg with teammate Veach finishing third.[35][38] He would miss both Road America and Iowa due to racing in Europe, and was replaced by James French at Road America.[39] Zach Veach won the pole and race one at Road America, leading all 20 laps.[40][41] Rosenqvist in his return would win both races at Toronto, and then left the team due to his Formula E obligations.[42][43][44][45] Veach would start from fifth, take the lead on the first lap, and win Watkins Glen.[46][47] Pre-race, Veach's car suffered from clutch and starter issues.[48] Veach would start from fourth, take the lead on the first lap, and also win at the Grand Prix of Monterey (Sunday), the final race of the season.[49][50]

2017Edit

For the 2017 Indy Lights season, Belardi expanded to three cars, along with hiring drivers Shelby Blackstock, 2016 Pro Mazda Championship winner Aaron Telitz, and Santiago Urrutia.[51][52][53] Telitz won the Saturday St. Petersburg race from the pole and Urrutia finished second on Sunday.[54][55][56] In April, Belardi and IndyCar Series team Schmidt Peterson Motorsports created a development program for Santiago Urrutia, with his car carrying the Arrow Electronics colors.[57][58] Chad Boat joined the team for races at Iowa and Gateway, but could not race at Iowa due to medical issues.[59][60] Urrutia won Mid-Ohio Race 1 from the pole and finished second in Race 2, with Blackstock finishing third in 2.[61][62] Urrutia won at Gateway, but Belardi drivers including Boat were in several accidents.[63][64] Telitz won the 2017 season finale at Watkins Glen in wet conditions.[65]

2018Edit

For the 2018 Indy Lights season, Belardi retained driver Aaron Telitz, who at signing had budget concerns.[66] Telitz won the pole for St. Petersburg Race 1, but severely damaged the car qualifying for Race 2, and did not start Race 1.[67][68][69] Due to having no backup, Belardi borrowed a car from Carlin, and Telitz wrecked in Race 2. Urrutia won St. Petersburg Race 2. Chris Windom was to race for the team in the Freedom 100, but wrecked his car in testing, and could not compete.[70][71][72] Urrutia started from the pole and won Toronto race 2 leading every lap.[73][74]

2019Edit

For the 2019 Indy Lights season, Belardi hired drivers Zachary Claman DeMelo, Julien Falchero, and Lucas Kohl.[75][76][77] Claman DeMelo started from the pole and won St. Petersburg Race 1.[78] Chris Windom joined the team for the Freedom 100, in partnership with Jonathan Byrd's Racing.[79] Claman DeMelo's season ended before the Freedom 100 due to budget problems.[80]

IndyCarEdit

2018Edit

Belardi joined with A. J. Foyt Enterprises, Hollinger MotorSport (Brad Hollinger), and Jonathan Byrd's Racing to enter driver James Davison in the 2018 Indianapolis 500.[81][82][83] Davison wrecked on Fast Friday, but the team repaired the car for Saturday qualifying, and almost didn't make the race. They would qualify 19th for race, but finish 33rd after wrecking in turns 3 and 4 on lap 47 due to car issues.[84][85][86]

2019Edit

Belardi joined with Dale Coyne Racing, Hollinger MotorSport (Brad Hollinger), and Jonathan Byrd's Racing to enter driver James Davison in the 2019 Indianapolis 500.[87][88] Belardi stated during 2019 that he has set 2022 as the year to transition to IndyCar full-time.[89]

Complete Racing ResultsEdit

Indy LightsEdit

(key)

Year Chassis Engine Drivers No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Points Position
2011 STP ALA LBH INDY MIL IOW TOR EDM EDM TRO NHA BAL KTY LSV D.C. T.C. D.C. T.C.
Dallara Nissan VRH   Jorge Goncalvez (R) 4 11 4 10 11 3 6 6 7 12 9 2 16 3 3 371 5th
  Anders Krohn (R) 9 5 9 8 12 9 11 5 13 6 6 11 6 13 7 328 7th
  Jacob Wilson (R) 19 9 4 54 22nd
2012 STP ALA LBH INDY DET MIL IOW TOR EDM TRO BAL FON D.C. T.C. D.C. T.C.
Dallara Nissan VRH   Jorge Goncalvez 4 11 10 9 12 DNS 9 6 9 11 7 7 13 247 10th
  Alon Day (R) 9 12 6 11 8 8 7 DNS 147 12th
  Peter Dempsey 4 5 11 5 12 164 11th
  Mike Larrison (R) 19 9 13 11 9 80 14th
2013 STP ALA LBH INDY MIL IOW POC MDO BAL HOU FON D.C. T.C. D.C. T.C.
Dallara Nissan VRH   Jorge Goncalvez 4 6 5 4 6 7 5 8 8 9 5 4 5 336 6th
  Peter Dempsey 5 2 6 10 1 6 4 7 2 2 4 360 5th
  Juan Pablo García 8 6 312 8th
  Giancarlo Serenelli (R) 6 11 7 7 7 97 10th
2014 STP LBH ALA IMS INDY POC TOR MDO MIL SNM D.C. T.C. D.C. T.C.
Dallara Nissan VRH   Chase Austin (R) 0 11 1 357 17th 3rd
  Alexandre Baron (R) 4 10 6 5 2 5 3 7 1* 261 10th
  Axcil Jefferies (R) 6 4 60 14th
  Ryan Phinny (R) 11 12 7 10 6 91 12th
  Gabby Chaves 5 2 1* 6 1* 11 8 1 1* 2 2 3 3 2 2 547 1st
2015 STP LBH ALA IMS INDY TOR MIL IOW MDO LAG D.C. T.C. D.C. T.C.
Dallara IL-15 Mazda-AER MZR-R 2.0 Turbo I4   Félix Serrallés (R) 4 13 8 3 6 4 9 11 11 DSQ 7 1 10 10 5 13 8 225 202 7th 4th
  Juan Piedrahita 5 6 9 8 7 8 11 7 7 10 4 3 7 6 12 7 7 223 8th
2016 STP PHX ALA IMS INDY ROA IOW TOR MDO WGL LAG D.C. T.C. D.C. T.C.
Dallara IL-15 Mazda-AER MZR-R 2.0 Turbo I4   Zach Veach (R) 5 16* 3 8 3 10 5 10 10 1* 3 2* 9 6 5 4 1* 3 1* 332 322 4th 3rd
  Felix Rosenqvist (R) 14 7 1* 15 14 8 4 6 9 1* 1* 185 12th
  James French (R) 45 8 8 26 20th
2017 STP ALA IMS INDY ROA IOW TOR MDO GAT LAG D.C. T.C. D.C. T.C.
Dallara IL-15 Mazda-AER MZR-R 2.0 Turbo I4   Santiago Urrutia 5 13 2 15 13 7 2 5 2 11 2 3 11 1* 2 1 2 310 393 2nd 1st
  Aaron Telitz (R) 9 1* 5 13 5 6 13 2 11 5 9 5 2 8 5 15 1* 271 6th
  Shelby Blackstock 51 4 6 7 8 9 14 11 8 6 13 11 13 4 3 9 12 207 10th
  Chad Boat (R) 84 14 7 16th
2018 STP ALA IMS INDY ROA IOW TOR MDO GAT POR D.C. T.C. D.C. T.C.
Dallara IL-15 Mazda-AER MZR-R 2.0 Turbo I4   Santiago Urrutia 5 2 1 3 5 94* 97* 2nd* 2nd*
  Aaron Telitz 9 DNS 9 8 4 51* 7th*

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