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Ben Hinc

Ben Hinc, managing The Apex as executive editor, has frequented media centers across North America since creating Next Gen Indy, one of The Apex's predecessors, in 2014. Hinc's multi-decade experience with technology's latest offerings have granted him the skills to keep The Apex working superbly behind the scenes.

Pagenaud Wins Sonoma, Falls Short of Second Title

Team Penske's Simon Pagenaud won the 2017 GoPro Grand Prix of Sonoma with a bold four-stop strategy while teammate Josef Newgarden secured the Verizon IndyCar Series championship.

GTS Champion Aschenbach Wins Sonoma Race 2

Pirelli World Challenge GTS champion Lawson Aschenbach capped off his 2017 season with a victory in Race 2 at Sonoma.

Rahal Fastest in Sonoma Warm-Up

Graham Rahal tasted the top of the timesheet in the final practice ahead of the season-ending 2017 GoPro Grand Prix of Sonoma.

Cooper Sweeps Weekend, Long Wins GT Sprint Title

Michael Cooper's Cadillac ATS-V.R was dominant at Sonoma Raceway while problems for Alvaro Parente in Race 2 handed the GT Sprint championship to Patrick Long.

James Wins First GTS Race From Pole

Ian James' Panoz Avezzano GT led every lap of the first of two 50-minute GTS races at Sonoma Raceway to take the victory.

Newgarden Demolishes Track Record, Earns First Pole With Penske

Josef Newgarden won his second career pole at Sonoma Raceway to earn an important bonus point heading into the championship-deciding race.

Cooper Dominates First Sonoma Race

Michael Cooper led every lap for Cadillac Racing while Patrick Long secured the Overall GT championship for Wright Motorsports.

Pagenaud Tops Practice 3 at Sonoma

Simon Pagenaud, Scott Dixon and Will Power were all under track-record pace in the third practice for the 2017 GoPro Grand Prix of Sonoma.

Penske Sweeps Second Sonoma Practice

Josef Newgarden led a Team Penske sweep of Practice 2 at Sonoma Raceway with a lap time quicker than the track record.

Group One Thousand One Backing Veach’s IndyCar Effort

Group One Thousand One, new to the Verizon IndyCar Series paddock, will back Zach Veach's No. 26 Andretti Autosport Honda in 2018.

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