About the Indy Pro Series and This Site
This site is not an official Indy Pro Series anymore since the last races took place in 2007. First season happened in 2002 and it was called Infiniti Pro Series. It took a few seasons before the race were renamed to Indy Pro Series. It was called Indy Pro Series from 2006 to 2007.
Infiniti Pro Series does not exist anymore. Now it is called Indycar Series.
This site was created just as a tribute for this awesome event. In my opinion, it is one of the most exciting race car events of this century. It had everything - speed, adrenaline and required professional skills from drivers. I hope the information gathered and published here will be engaging. Good reading and checking!
P.S. Check videos section too. There are some footage from some races. It's nice to remember.
More about the race
Why it is called Infiniti Pro Series? The answer is very simple. The race cars used Infiniti engines. Chasis was from Dallara. Infiniti was highly involved in racing cars before Infiniti Pro Series and Infiniti was provider of engines for Indy Racing League.
The future also showed that Infiniti stayed involved in racing for many more years and even participated in Formula One. Regarding to some sources, Infiniti engines were powerful and strong. It had great results.
Stats and Details
2002 Final Stadings:
These are the standings at the end of the season 2002. Just for the clarification - the season took its part from July 7 to September 14. You can click on the name of a driver to get into the Wikipedia page with in-depth details about the driver.
|1||A.J. Foyt IV||A. J. Foyt Enterprises||290|
|2||Arie Luyendyk Jr.||Luyendyk Racing||236|
|3||Ed Carpenter||Sinden Racing Service||226|
|4||Cory Witherill||Hemelgarn 91/Johnson Motorsports||213|
|5||Aaron Fike||Hemelgarn 91/Johnson Motorsports||186|
|6||Ronnie Johncox||REV 1 Racing||180|
|7||Gary Peterson||Automatic Fire Sprinklers||163|
|8||G.J. Mennen||Sam Schmidt Motorsports||161|
|9||Ryan Hampton||Conti-Genoa-Frost Racing||147|
|10||Marty Roth||Brian Stewart Racing||138|
|11||Rolando Quintanilla||Roquin Motorsports||137|
|12||Mike Koss||Bowes Seal Fast Racing||123|
|13||Matt Beardsley||Beardsley Motorsports||107|
|14||Jason Priestley||Kelley Racing||99|
|15||Tom Wood||Sam Schmidt Motorsports||83|
|16||Tony Turco||Bowes Seal Fast Racing||57|
|17||Matthew Halliday||Bowes Seal Fast Racing||44|
|18||Curtis Francois||Sam Schmidt Motorsports||30|
|19||David Steele||Bowes Seal Fast Racing||24|
|20||Jeff Tillman||Sam Schmidt Motorsports||18|
Schedule, Tracks and Winners:
Here is the table of the tracks where the events happened. Also, with the dates of when the event took place. Finally, we provide the winners of the race.
|July 7||Kansas Speedway||A. J. Foyt IV|
|July 20||Nashville Superspeedway||Rohnie Johncox|
|July 28||Michigan International Speedway||Arie Luyendyk Jr.|
|August 11||Kentucky Speedway||A. J. Foyt IV|
|August 25||Gateway International Raceway||Ryan Hampton|
|September 8||Chicagoland Speedway||A. J. Foyt IV|
|September 14||Texas Motor Speedway||A. J. Foyt IV|
Videos of Indy/Infiniti Pro Series
Sadly, there are not many videos available to this day. However, there are some history made public. Some of the videos are bad quality, however, it is enough to see the results and remember the races.