INDYCAR: Sebastien Bourdais undergo surgery after 230 mph qualifying crash

Sebastien Bourdais’ quest for Indy 500 glory abruptly ended after a violent crash exiting turn one. Bourdais will undergo surgery after being diagnosed with a fractured pelvis and right hip (via IndyCar). Fighting for the fastest four-lap average at Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Speedway, Indiana became an afterthought Saturday after Dale Coyne Racing driver Sebastien …

Moving On Up: The Bourdais-Coyne partnership resumes with a strategic victory

Sebastien Bourdais wins IndyCar season opener at St. Petersburg after starting from the rear of the field Through excellent pit strategy, the reunion of Sebastien Bourdais and car owner Dale Coyne exceeded expectations by winning the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg Sunday in St. Petersburg, Florida. Bourdais started last in 21st after crashing in …