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Continuing to push the driver coaching, management and simulator side of motorsports, iAdvance Motorsports completed a very busy and successful month of May. With two Road to Indy events located only a few miles from the shop, teams and drivers took advantage of simulator time as well as coaching services offered by former IndyCar driver and Formula One test driver Darren Manning.

“It was a busy month,” explained Manning. “We were able to assist drivers on all three levels of the Road to Indy including the USF2000 Championship, the Indy Pro 2000 Championship and Indy Lights in both trackside and sim programs. We were also able to assist competitors in the Mexican F4 series as well as the Lucas Oil Racing School. Claiming race wins, podium results and preparing drivers for their next challenges, we feel May was one of our best months yet, and we can’t wait to push forward for the remainder of the 2019 season.”

Working with drivers across multiple series, iAdvance Motorsports worked with Dalton Kellett in Indy Lights, Jak Crawford in USF2000 and Mexican F4, Jackson Lee and Michael Myers in the Lucas Oil School of Racing as well as Hunter McElrea, Phillippe Denes and Charles Finelli on the simulator to prepare for their events at Lucas Oil Raceway.

Manning continued, “We have had a lot of interest in our simulator programs as our competitors are on pace early and often each race weekend. We have simulator time available as well as trackside coaching opportunities for events throughout North America and the world. We have the capabilities to ensure you receive the highest level coaching possible and the training that you need to be successful.”

Continuing to ramp up their promotional programs, iAdvance Motorsports are offering special programs for drivers looking to take advantage of multiple services that are offered by Indy’s best simulator company.

With simulator time and coaching services available, interested teams and drivers are asked to contact iAdvance Motorsports by phone at 317.332.6309, via email to or by visiting them online at

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