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Firestone Freedom 100
Freedom 100
Indianapolis Oval.svg
Indy Lights
VenueIndianapolis Motor Speedway
First race2003
First Lights race2019
Distance100 miles (160 km)
Laps40
Previous namesFirestone Freedom 100 (2008-2013)
Futaba Freedom 100 (2004-2005)
Most wins (driver)Wade Cunningham (3)
Most wins (team)Sam Schmidt Motorsports (7)

The Freedom 100 was an automobile race held annually at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Speedway, Indiana, as part of the Indy Lights Presented by Cooper Tires. The event was a support race for the IndyCar Series Indianapolis 500, and since 2005, it was held on the Friday preceding the Indianapolis 500, the day known as "Carb Day".

The Freedom 100 was the second race annually at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, the other being the Grand Prix on the combined road course.

Race history

2019 Freedom 100

The Freedom 100 has its origins in both USAC's Mini Indy series and CART's ARS/Indy Lights series. None of those support series ever raced at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Typically the support series would take the month of May off while the top-level Indy cars were at the Indianapolis 500. In 1979, USAC's Mini-Indy series scheduled a support race on the oval at nearby Indianapolis Raceway Park, but it was held only once.[1]

When the IRL started the Indy Pro Series in 2002, officials began exploring the possibility of holding a support race at Indianapolis in the days leading up to the Indianapolis 500. It was an attempt to fill an otherwise slow part of the month, and an opportunity for exposure for up-and-coming drivers and teams. The race was added to the calendar for 2003.

For the first two years, the race was held during the second weekend of Indianapolis 500 time trials, scheduled for Saturday which was at the time, used only for Indy 500 practice. The date proved to be unpopular and drew small crowds. In 2005, Carb Day, the traditional final day of practice for the Indy 500, was moved from Thursday before the Indy 500 to Friday. Series officials moved the Freedom 100 to Carb Day, immediately following the final Indy 500 practice session. The move proved popular with fans and competitors.

In 2008, in the wake of the merger between IRL and Champ Car, the series was renamed from Indy Pro Series to the Firestone Indy Lights Series, taking the name of Champ Car's former development series which had ceased in 2001. The new sponsorship extended to this race, renaming it the Firestone Freedom 100.[2]

In the first nine runnings, the race was won six times from the pole and three times from second starting position. Therefore, the race had always been won from the front row until Esteban Guerrieri won in 2012 from the 18th starting position.[3] In 2013, Peter Dempsey, who started third, won the Freedom 100 in what was then the closest finish in Speedway history (0.0026 secs) in a four-wide finish over Gabby Chaves, Sage Karam, and Carlos Muñoz. Dempsey went from fourth to first on the final straightaway.[4]

In 2016, the field lined up in order of points, as qualifying has been rained out. Pole sitter and series point leader, Carlin's Ed Jones, traded the lead with Andretti Autosport's Dean Stoneman until a caution on lap 36 slowed the field. The green flag flew with one lap to go and Stoneman pulled alongside Jones going into Turn Three. The pair held their positions through the North Short Chute and into Turn Four; as they crossed the line, Stoneman held the lead by the slimmest possible margin, winning by 0.0024 seconds - a new Indianapolis Motor Speedway Record.[5]

Carlin's Matheus Leist took the race victory from pole position in 2017, while Colton Herta earned the win in 2018. Herta's Freedom 100 victory made it a clean sweep of the month of May for the young second-generation driver, who won both Indy Lights races on the road course at the INDYCAR Grand Prix.

In 2019, Andretti Autosport's Oliver Askew took the race win in typically dramatic fashion, passing teammate Ryan Norman at the line by a mere 0.0067 seconds - the fourth closest finish in the history of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. There were 12 official lead changes at the start/finish line, but nearly 100 passes for position throughout the 40-lap race. The race starting order was altered post-qualifying when five cars failed post-qualifying technical inspection and were relegated to the back of the field, though this number did not include pole sitter Robert Megennis.

The 2020 edition of the race was cancelled after the Indy Lights season was also cancelled.[6] The race was axed from Lights' 2021 calendar. IndyCar took responsibility for the move, claiming it was to ensure for a smooth Indianapolis 500 weekend.[7]

Race results

Year Date Day Winning Driver Race Distance Time of Race Winning Speed Starting
Cars
Lead
Changes
Miles Laps
2003 May 17-18 a Sat.-Sun. United States Ed Carpenter 100 40 55:02.1661 109.019 mph (175.449 km/h) 19 2
2004 May 22 Saturday Brazil Thiago Medeiros 100 40 42:16.4388 141.931 mph (228.416 km/h) 17 2
2005 May 27 Friday Brazil Jaime Camara 100 40 40:52.6390 146.780 mph (236.220 km/h) 18 7
2006 May 26 Friday New Zealand Wade Cunningham 100 40 32:29.3233 184.679 mph (297.212 km/h) 19 0
2007 May 25 Friday United Kingdom Alex Lloyd 100 40 46:39.6029 128.590 mph (206.946 km/h) 24 0
2008 May 24 b Saturday United Kingdom Dillon Battistini 100 40 39:46.9495 150.820 mph (242.721 km/h) 27 4
2009 May 22 Friday New Zealand Wade Cunningham 100 40 50:42.2548 118.333 mph (190.439 km/h) 22 9
2010 May 28 Friday New Zealand Wade Cunningham 100 40 39:55.4552 150.285 mph (241.860 km/h) 16 4
2011 May 27 Friday United States Josef Newgarden 100 40 55:38.9881 107.817 mph (173.515 km/h) 18 6
2012 May 25 Friday Argentina Esteban Guerrieri 100 40 40:09.1965 149.427 mph (240.479 km/h) 19 c 3
2013 May 24 Friday Republic of Ireland Peter Dempsey 100 40 36:48.6540 162.995 mph (262.315 km/h) 11 2
2014 May 23 Friday Colombia Gabby Chaves 100 40 41:46.9680 143.600 mph (231.102 km/h) 11 9
2015 May 22 Friday United Kingdom Jack Harvey 100 40 33:21.2712 179.886 mph (289.498 km/h) 11 6
2016 May 27 Friday United Kingdom Dean Stoneman 100 40 41:08.6299 145.830 mph (234.691 km/h) 16 3
2017 May 26 Friday Brazil Matheus Leist 100 40 36:36.6934 163.883 mph (263.744 km/h) 14 0
2018 May 25 Friday United States Colton Herta 100 40 31:20.6650 191.422 mph (308.064 km/h) 8 20
2019 May 24 Friday United States Oliver Askew 100 40 42:02.6912 142.705 mph (229.661 km/h) 11 12
a In 2003 the race started on Saturday May 17, but was halted by rain. It was completed the following day.
b The 2008 race was scheduled for Friday May 23 but postponed one day due to rain.
c In 2012, Anders Krohn qualified for the race, but was unable to start due to mechanical problems. He was credited with the 19th-place finish. Therefore, only 18 cars took the green flag.

Qualification results

Year Date Day Pole Sitter /
Fast Qualifier
Pole 2-Lap
Qualifying Time
Pole Speed Number of
Qualifiers
Slow Qualifier Speed Mean Qualifying Speed
2003 May 16 Friday United States Ed Carpenter 1:35.4958 188.490 mph (303.345 km/h) 18 179.550 mph (288.958 km/h) 184.460 mph (296.860 km/h)
2004 May 21 Friday Brazil Thiago Medeiros 1:35.1000 189.274 mph (304.607 km/h) 17 178.100 mph (286.624 km/h) 186.302 mph (299.824 km/h)
2005 May 26 Thursday Brazil Jaime Camara 1:34.8018 189.870 mph (305.566 km/h) 17 168.816 mph (271.683 km/h) 184.892 mph (297.555 km/h)
2006 May 25 Thursday New Zealand Wade Cunningham 1:36.5546 186.423 mph (300.019 km/h) 18 171.844 mph (276.556 km/h) 181.753 mph (292.503 km/h)
2007 May 24 Thursday Canada Ken Losch 1:35.6271 188.231 mph (302.928 km/h) 24 183.436 mph (295.212 km/h) 186.052 mph (299.422 km/h)
2008 May 22 Thursday United Kingdom Dillon Battistini 1:35.5430 188.397 mph (303.196 km/h) 27 178.497 mph (287.263 km/h) 186.196 mph (299.653 km/h)
2009 May 21 Thursday New Zealand Wade Cunningham 1:34.6485 190.177 mph (306.060 km/h) 22 185.269 mph (298.162 km/h) 187.749 mph (302.153 km/h)
2010 May 27 Thursday United Kingdom Pippa Mann 1:35.7505 187.989 mph (302.539 km/h) 15 183.479 mph (295.281 km/h) 185.988 mph (299.319 km/h)
2011 May 26 Thursday United States Bryan Clauson Grid set by entrant points due to rain.
2012 May 24 Thursday Colombia Gustavo Yacamán 1:35.9913 187.517 mph (301.779 km/h) 19 184.494 mph (296.914 km/h) 185.828 mph (299.061 km/h)
2013 May 23 Thursday United States Sage Karam 1:35.1160 189.243 mph (304.557 km/h) 11 185.967 mph (299.285 km/h) 187.412 mph (301.610 km/h)
2014 May 22 Thursday Brazil Luiz Razia 1:35.8926 187.710 mph (302.090 km/h) 11 182.697 mph (294.022 km/h) 185.056 mph (297.819 km/h)
2015 May 21 Thursday United States Ethan Ringel 1:31.0545 197.684 mph (318.142 km/h) 12 194.404 mph (312.863 km/h) 195.909 mph (315.285 km/h)
2016 May 26 Thursday United Arab Emirates Ed Jones Grid set by entrant points due to rain.
2017 May 25 Thursday Brazil Matheus Leist 1:30.3625 199.198 mph (320.578 km/h) 14 195.445 mph (314.538 km/h) 196.984 mph (317.015 km/h)
2018 May 24 Thursday Canada Dalton Kellett 1:32.2947 195.027 mph (313.866 km/h) 8 193.269 mph (311.036 km/h) 194.054 mph (312.300 km/h)
2019 May 23 Thursday United States Robert Megennis 1:32.6851 194.206 mph (312.544 km/h) 11 191.304 mph (307.874 km/h) 192.462 mph (309.738 km/h)1
  1. ^ Five cars in the field had their qualifying runs disallowed for failing technical inspection, leaving only six official times.

Event records

Year Driver Time Speed Distance Laps
Fastest race 2018 United States Colton Herta 31:20.6650 191.422 mph (308.064 km/h) 100 mi (160 km) 40
Fastest qualification run 2017 Brazil Matheus Leist 01:30.3625 199.198 mph (320.578 km/h) 5 mi (8.0 km) 2
Fastest qualifying lap 2017 Brazil Matheus Leist 00:45.1654 199.268 mph (320.691 km/h) 2.5 mi (4.0 km) 1
Fastest race lap 2017 Uruguay Santiago Urrutia 00:45.4307 198.104 mph (318.817 km/h) 2.5 mi (4.0 km) 1
Most wins by a driver 2006; 2009; 2010 New Zealand Wade Cunningham 3 Wins
Most starts by a driver 2005 - 2010 New Zealand Wade Cunningham 6 Starts
Most participants 2008 27 Starting Drivers

Drivers

In the first seventeen years that this race has been contested, 166 drivers have participated:

drivers who went on to race in the Indianapolis 500, after first participating in the Freedom 100.
drivers who had already driven in the Indianapolis 500, before participating in the Freedom 100.
drivers who attempted unsuccessfully to race in the Indianapolis 500
Driver Nation Starts First Latest Best
Finishing Position
Best
Finish Year
Laps led
Mishael Abbott  USA 2 2005 2006 11 2005 0
Neil Alberico  USA 2 2016 2017 4 2017 0
Cyndie Allemann   Switzerland 1 2008 2008 26 2008 0
Scott Anderson  USA 2 2014 2015 3 2015 0
Jarett Andretti  USA 1 2019 2019 6 2019 0
Marco Andretti  USA 1 2005 2005 16 2005 0
Richard Antinucci  USA 1 2008 2008 2 2008 0
Oliver Askew  USA 1 2019 2019 1 2019 3
Chase Austin  USA 4 2011 2014 8 2013 0
Rodrigo Barbosa  Brazil 2 2009 2010 12 2010 0
Alexandre Baron  France 1 2014 2014 7 2014 0
Dillon Battistini  United Kingdom 1 2008 2008 1 2008 38
Matt Beardsley  USA 2 2003 2004 8 2004 0
Ana Beatriz Figueiredo  Brazil 2 2008 2009 5 2008 0
Shelby Blackstock  USA 3 2015 2017 4 2016 0
Matthew Brabham  USA 1 2014 2014 2 2014 28
Jon Brownson  USA 2 2007 2008 9 2007 0
Nick Bussell  USA 2 2006 2006 10 2006 0
Jaime Camara  Brazil 3 2005 2007 1 2005 33
Adrian Campos, Jr.  Spain 1 2010 2010 10 2010 0
Victor Carbone  Brazil 2 2011 2012 6 2012 25
Tyce Carlson  USA 1 2006 2006 15 2006 0
Ed Carpenter  USA 1 2003 2003 1 2003 39
Cole Carter  USA 1 2005 2005 18 2005 0
Gabby Chaves  Colombia 2 2013 2014 1 2014 6
James Chesson  USA 1 2006 2006 18 2006 0
Heamin Choi  South Korea 1 2016 2016 12 2016 0
Marco Cioci  Italy 1 2003 2003 9 2003 0
Dan Clarke  United Kingdom 1 2010 2010 4 2010 0
Bryan Clauson  USA 1 2011 2011 5 2011 0
Wade Cunningham  New Zealand 6 2005 2010 1 2006; 2009; 2010 99
Paul Dana  USA 2 2003 2004 7 2003 0
Nicolas Dapero  Argentina 1 2017 2017 12 2017 0
James Davison  Australia 2 2008 2009 6 2009 1
Alon Day  Israel 1 2012 2012 8 2012 0
Zachary Claman DeMelo  Canada 2 2016 2017 6 2017 0
Peter Dempsey  Ireland 3 2011 2013 1 2013 1
Geoff Dodge  USA 1 2006 2006 8 2006 0
Craig Dollansky  USA 1 2003 2003 17 2003 0
Pablo Donoso  Chile 2 2008 2009 9 2009 0
Jay Drake  USA 2 2004 2005 3 2005 0
Armaan Ebrahim  India 1 2012 2012 13 2012 0
R. C. Enerson  USA 2 2015 2016 4 2015 0
Brandon Erwin  USA 1 2003 2003 11 2003 0
Duarte Ferreira  Angola 1 2011 2011 13 2011 0
Chris Festa  USA 4 2005 2008 2 2007 0
Aaron Fike  USA 1 2003 2003 6 2003 0
Taylor Fletcher  USA 2 2004 2005 9 2005 0
Victor Franzoni  Brazil 1 2018 2018 8 2018 2
Juan Pablo Garcia  Mexico 4 2011 2014 6 2014 0
Victor Garcia  Spain 1 2011 2011 3 2011 0
Phil Giebler  USA 2 2004 2006 5 2004 0
Micky Gilbert  USA 2 2007 2008 15 2007 0
Logan Gomez  USA 2 2007 2008 7 2008 0
Jorge Goncalvez  Venezuela 3 2011 2013 6 2013 0
Travis Gregg  USA 1 2005 2005 6 2005 0
Mikael Grenier  Canada 1 2011 2011 10 2011 0
Esteban Guerrieri  Argentina 2 2011 2012 1 2012 5
Sean Guthrie  USA 3 2006 2008 11 2006 0
Davey Hamilton Jr.  USA 1 2018 2018 7 2018 0
Matthew Hamilton  New Zealand 1 2006 2006 13 2006 0
Scott Hargrove  Canada 1 2016 2016 5 2016 0
Scott Harrington  USA 1 2003 2003 12 2003 0
Jack Harvey  United Kingdom 2 2014 2015 1 2015 10
Jack Hawksworth  United Kingdom 1 2013 2013 10 2013 0
Jon Herb  USA 3 2004 2006 13 2005 1
Daniel Herrington  USA 1 2009 2009 7 2009 0
Colton Herta  USA 2 2017 2018 1 2018 10
J.R. Hildebrand  USA 2 2008 2009 2 2009 23
James Hinchcliffe  Canada 2 2009 2010 3 2010 0
João Victor Horto  Brazil 1 2012 2012 7 2012 0
Jay Howard  United Kingdom 2 2006 2009 2 2006 0
Imran Husain  India 1 2005 2005 14 2005 0
Alistair Jackson  United Kingdom 1 2009 2009 19 2009 0
Brad Jaeger  USA 1 2007 2007 21 2007 0
Nico Jamin  France 1 2017 2017 10 2017 0
Shane Jantzi  Canada 1 2007 2007 18 2007 0
Matt Jaskol  USA 1 2007 2007 7 2007 0
Ronnie Johncox  USA 1 2003 2003 8 2003 0
Ed Jones  UAE 2 2015 2016 2 2016 10
Ryan Justice  USA 1 2007 2007 13 2007 0
Kyle Kaiser  USA 3 2015 2017 5 2015 0
Sage Karam  USA 1 2013 2013 3 2013 12
Dalton Kellett  Canada 4 2016 2019 3 2016; 2017; 2018 17
Charlie Kimball  USA 2 2009 2010 2 2010 2
Jonathan Klein  USA 2 2006 2007 6 2006 0
Lucas Kohl  Brazil 1 2019 2019 7 2019 0
Anders Krohn  Norway 2 2011 2012 12 2011 7
Mike Larrison  USA 1 2012 2012 9 2012 0
Matheus Leist  Brazil 1 2017 2017 1 2017 40
Alex Lloyd  United Kingdom 2 2006 2007 1 2007 40
Ken Losch  Canada 1 2007 2007 24 2007 0
Arie Luyendyk Jr.  Netherlands 4 2003 2010 3 2004 0
Leonardo Maia  Brazil 1 2004 2004 6 2004 0
Philip Major  Canada 1 2010 2010 6 2010 0
David Malukas  USA 1 2019 2019 11 2019 0
Pippa Mann  United Kingdom 2 2009 2010 16 2010 0
Jesse Mason  Canada 2 2004 2009 8 2009 0
Raphael Matos  Brazil 1 2008 2008 10 2008 0
Thiago Medeiros  Brazil 2 2003 2004 1 2004 35
Robert Megennis  USA 1 2019 2019 8 2019 2
Zack Meyer  Canada 1 2014 2014 10 2014 0
Rusty Mitchell  USA 1 2011 2011 7 2011 0
Rocky Moran Jr.  USA 1 2005 2005 17 2005 0
Carlos Muñoz  Colombia 2 2012 2013 2 2012 27
Hideki Mutoh  Japan 1 2007 2007 5 2007 0
André Negrão  Brazil 1 2016 2016 15 2016 0
Josef Newgarden  USA 1 2011 2011 1 2011 30
Emerson Newton-John  USA 1 2012 2012 17 2012 0
Ryan Norman  USA 3 2017 2019 2 2019 29
Kyle O'Gara  USA 1 2013 2013 11 2013 0
Patricio O'Ward  Mexico 1 2018 2018 2 2018 3
Mark Olson  USA 1 2008 2008 25 2008 0
David Ostella  Canada 2 2011 2012 8 2011 0
Robbie Pecorari  USA 2 2007 2008 4 2008 0
Gary Peterson  USA 2 2003 2004 13 2004 0
Juan Piedrahita  Colombia 4 2014 2017 7 2015 0
Spencer Pigot  USA 1 2015 2015 9 2015 0
Martin Plowman  United Kingdom 2 2009 2010 5 2010 0
Brad Pollard  USA 1 2004 2004 11 2004 0
Mike Potekhen  USA 3 2007 2009 6 2007 0
Andrew Prendeville  USA 3 2007 2009 4 2007 0
Rolando Quintanilla  Mexico 2 2003 2004 10 2003 0
German Quiroga  Mexico 1 2005 2005 10 2005 0
Sean Rayhall  USA 1 2015 2015 6 2015 0
Luiz Razia  Brazil 1 2014 2014 4 2014 5
Jonny Reid  New Zealand 1 2008 2008 20 2008 0
Garth Rickards  USA 1 2017 2017 7 2017 0
Ethan Ringel  USA 1 2015 2015 2 2015 30
Billy Roe  USA 2 2003 2004 9 2004 0
Mario Romancini  Brazil 1 2009 2009 3 2009 0
Felix Rosenqvist  Sweden 1 2016 2016 9 2016 0
Marty Roth  Canada 2 2004 2005 5 2005 0
Sebastián Saavedra  Colombia 3 2009 2012 5 2009; 2012 3
Joey Scarallo  Australia 1 2007 2007 20 2007 0
Félix Serrallés  Puerto Rico 2 2015 2016 6 2016 0
Brent Sherman  USA 1 2008 2008 16 2008 0
Jeff Simmons  USA 5 2003 2010 2 2004 5
Jimmy Simpson  USA 1 2013 2013 7 2013 0
Stephen Simpson  South Africa 1 2007 2007 14 2007 0
Jake Slotten  USA 1 2008 2008 23 2008 0
Toby Sowery  United Kingdom 1 2019 2019 4 2019 0
Dean Stoneman  United Kingdom 1 2016 2016 1 2016 30
Junior Strous  Netherlands 1 2009 2009 10 2009 0
Jonathan Summerton  USA 1 2009 2009 12 2009 0
Mark Taylor  United Kingdom 1 2003 2003 3 2003 1
Aaron Telitz  USA 3 2017 2019 2 2017 0
Al Unser III  USA 3 2005 2008 4 2005 0
Jonathan Urlin  USA 1 2003 2003 5 2003 0
Santiago Urrutia  Uruguay 3 2016 2018 4 2018 8
Brett Van Blankers  Canada 1 2006 2006 14 2006 0
Tristan Vautier  France 1 2012 2012 3 2012 11
Zach Veach  USA 3 2013 2016 3 2014 1
Rinus VeeKay  Netherlands 1 2019 2019 3 2019 6
Jean-Karl Vernay  France 1 2010 2010 13 2010 0
Brandon Wagner  USA 4 2009 2012 8 2010 0
Oliver Webb  United Kingdom 1 2012 2012 15 2012 0
Tom Wieringa  USA 3 2006 2008 12 2006 0
Marc Williams  New Zealand 2 2007 2008 15 2008 0
Bobby Wilson  USA 3 2006 2008 6 2008 0
Stefan Wilson  United Kingdom 2 2010 2011 4 2011 1
Chris Windom  USA 1 2019 2019 10 2019 0
James Winslow  United Kingdom 1 2011 2011 17 2011 0
Cory Witherill  USA 2 2003 2004 2 2003 0
Tom Wood  Canada 3 2003 2006 9 2006 0
Gustavo Yacaman  Colombia 4 2009 2012 4 2012 1

Freedom 100 and Indianapolis 500 "Double"

Since the Freedom 100 began in 2003, four different drivers have competed both in this race and in the Indianapolis 500, during the same month.

Year Driver Freedom 100
Finish
Indianapolis 500
finish
2004 Canada Marty Roth 16 24
2004 United States Jeff Simmons 2 16
2005 Canada Marty Roth 5 31
2008 United States Jeff Simmons 8 28
2010 ColombiaSebastián Saavedra 9 23
2012 ColombiaSebastián Saavedra 5 26
2013 ColombiaCarlos Muñoz 4 2

Sources

References

  1. ^ 1979 Mini-Indy Series IRP at ChampCarStats.com
  2. ^ "Firestone Freedom 100 To Feature Firestone Indy Lights May 23 At IMS". name. 2008-03-26. Archived from the original on 2008-04-02. Retrieved .
  3. ^ "Guerrieri charges from back to win Freedom 100". name. 2012-05-25. Retrieved .
  4. ^ Marot, Michael. Indianapolis Motor Speedway With Historic Final Lap, Huffington Post, May 24, 2013, Retrieved 2013-05-24
  5. ^ "Stoneman Wins Thrilling Freedom 100 in Closest-Ever Indianapolis Finish". www.indylights.com. Retrieved .
  6. ^ Ryan, Nate (June 1, 2020). "Indy Lights announces cancellation of 2020 season; will return in 2021". NBC Sports. Retrieved 2020.
  7. ^ Brown, Nathan (October 22, 2020). "Indy Lights loses 2021 Freedom 100 due to fears of lingering pandemic effects around the Indy 500". Indianapolis Star. Gannett. Retrieved 2020.

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