Conor Daly and his No. 18 Jonathan Byrd’s Hospitality Honda felt poised for a good weekend in Toronto, but pit lane issues left Daly frustrated with series officials. “The race was going well – we got the lead, but just (issues in) the pitlane,” a frustrated Daly told OnPitRoad.com after the race. “What we predicted what would happen, did happen. It was a total cluster...
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11 days ago
Conor Daly, driver of the No. 18 Jonathan Byrd’s Hospitality Honda, qualified in his best position thus far this season – but didn’t get the finish he wanted. Once the green flag dropped, the Noblesville, Indiana native ran somewhere between sixth and tenth in the beginning of the race. He looked to be headed for another solid run until with 11 laps to go when the American...
Jaren Jackson Jr. had 20 points on Saturday afternoon to lead Spiece Indy Heat to a 92-85 win over Team Final during a two-dayfirst two days of the Nike EYBL event at Jonathan Byrd’s Fieldhouse.
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April 23, 2016
Conor Daly has been trying for three years to make it into Indy Car, trying anything to get a ride with a team. Finally, all that hard work has paid off and Daly will be driving full time for Dale Coyne Racing. “It’s not going to be easy at all,” Daly said. “Yeah, it’s a culmination of many years of gaining experience and working towards this, kind of all the pieces...
For the casual golf fan, or even a fairly well-versed fan for that matter, Ben Martin’s win at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open on Oct. 19 likely appears as nothing more than a blip on the radar. Will a PGA Tour win finally lead to Ben Martin’s picture getting fixed on Google? In a lot of ways, it is. From September through January, often known as the “Silly Season...
Today’s IndyCar Series and Mazda Road to Indy headlines: Win at Belle Isle was turning point for Pagenaud in breakout season KVSH Racing, Jonathan Byrd’s Racing partner for 2015 Indy 500 Of note 1. Win at Belle Isle was turning point for Pagenaud in breakout season: Simon Pagenaud recalls the final two laps of the 2013 Chevrolet Indy...
PGA Tour golfer Jonathan Byrd, who was the 2002 Rookie of the Year and has notched five victories in his professional career, hasn’t forgotten where he came from. Byrd, a 2000 Clemson grad, will be supporting the Tigers with every round of golf he plays moving forward, sporting a custom “Go Clemson” putter made by Odyssey Golf. Check it out: Custom @odysseygolf “Go Clemson”...
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