#19 Boy Scouts of America Honda
Born: July 31, 1978 – Sheffield, England
Resides: Longmont, CO
Status: Married with 2 children
Justin Wilson inherited his father's passion for racing, though his father's amateur racing career was ended by injuries before his son was born. Wilson showed he had a talent for racing, winning titles in karting, formula cars and eventually progressing to Formula One, were he sold shares of stock of himself to 900 investors as a means of funding his racing career. Joining the IndyCar Series in 2008, he won three races (two with Dale Coyne Racing), with his last win coming on the 2.5-mile oval at Texas Motor Speedway on June 9, 2012. Wilson lives in Colorado and enjoys mountain biking, which is part of his workout regimen.
Born: August 19, 1983 – Bromley, England
Resides: Sevenoaks, England
Getting to the IZOD IndyCar Series actually started at age of 8 for Mike Conway when he raced at Rye House in Hertfordshire, England.
Since that time, Conway's racing path has taken him to the Formula A British Karting Champion, the Formula Renault Champion (2004) and the top British driver in the British Formula 3 Series, where he was third in 2005 with Fortec Motorsport. After making stops in 2006 in the British F3 International Series, where he dominated the championship and won the title with three races left in the season.
Conway claimed victory in the Dual in Detroit Race #1 on June 1, 2013 and finished 3rd in Race #2 on June 2, 2013 for Dale Coyne Racing. He also gave the team its first Pole by winning the Pole for the Dual in Detroit Race #2.
#18 Ipiranga Honda
Born: March 18, 1985 – Sao Paulo, Brazil
Resides: Indianapolis, IN
Ana Beatriz, whose given name is Ana Beatriz Caselato Gomes de Figueiredo, has the nickname Bia. She is the first Brazilian woman to compete in a top international series. Bia Competed fullt time in the IZOD IndyCar Series in 2011 and is the first female driver to win a race at Iowa Speedway (Firestone Indy Lights Series in 2009). She was voted Most Popular Driver in the Firestone Indy Lights Series in 2009 and became the first female winner in the Firestone Indy Lights history when she took the checkered flag at Nashville in 2008. Bia finished third in the 2008 Firestone Indy Lights Championship Point Standings. The Brazilian is the only female race winner in the Formula Renault series, where she finished third in the points in 2005. Beatriz enjoys watching and playing football (soccer) and tennis. She lists Ayrton Senna as her racing hero.
Born: August 11, 1983 – London, England
Resides: Indianapolis, IN
Pippa Mann began her racing career in Europe, before moving to the States in 2009 to compete in the Firestone Indy Lights Series. Pippa became the first female in history to win a pole at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway – one of three poles she scored during the 2010 season, alongside a dominant race victory that made her only the second woman ever to win an Indy Lights race. In 2011, Pippa became the eighth woman in history to qualify for and race in the Indianapolis 500, and the first British female to do so. Only a handful of drivers in the modern era have made the Indy 500 their first ever Indycar race, and Pippa is one of them. In 2013 Pippa made her return to the Indianapolis 500 field, running in the No.63 Cyclops Gear car with Dale Coyne Racing. She started 30th and finished 30th after contact on lap 46.