Rinus “VeeKay” van Kalmthout has achieved one of his goals for his debut season in the NTT IndyCar Series. The 20-year old Hoofddorper was allowed to make it to the podium in the IndyCar Series on Friday-evening (Dutch time)..
The first time Rinus “VeeKay” van Kalmthout contested at the Indy 500 has become one that the 19-year-old Dutchman will not forget anytime soon. Starting from fourth on the grid, the youngster managed to get involved in the battle for the top positions in the early stages of the legendary race. However, a failed pit stop threw a spanner in the works..
Rinus “VeeKay” van Kalmthout left a good impression during the last training moment for the Indianapolis 500 next Sunday. The 19-year-old rookie from Hoofddorp was not looking for a lightning-fast lap time at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, but focused on..
In the Fast Nine shoot out, the second part of qualifying for the Indianapolis 500, Dutch driver Rinus ‘VeeKay’ van Kalmthout captured fourth place. The 19 year old NTT IndyCar Series driver therefore starts his first Indianapolis 500 on the inside of the second row..
Colton Herta finished fourth in the No. 88 Gleaners Food Bank of Indiana Honda, while Rinus VeeKay bounced back from a tough debut last month at Texas to become the top-finishing rookie in the race, with a fifth-place result..
Trackside Legends contributor Jeroen Demmendaal spoke exclusively with Rinus VeeKay about an intense testing week in the Lone Star State. For Rinus “VeeKay” van Kalmthout, last week was one of firsts.
A helmet in screaming orange, a bright orange overall and a car white like the milk at Indianapolis: Rinus “VeeKay” van Kalmthout and his brand new team Ed Carpenter Racing have started the 2020 NTT IndyCar Series season in style.
Only 19 years, 6 months and 4 days old when he starts his first IndyCar race at the street circuit of St. Petersburg, FL, Rinus VeeKay will enter the history books as one of the youngest IndyCar racers of all time. VeeKay signed with the Ed Carpenter Racing..
Being a marshal is often looked at as an underrated job, which is done mainly by many volunteers. But if they are not around the track, not one race could be run as the marshals are essential for many different reasons and not just for waving a flag or recover a car. I got in touch..
It is a big day for Rinus Veekay today, as the Dutch youngster is about to run his first ever IndyCar test at Portland International Raceway. To celebrate the occasion, we now republish a text on young Rinus, written by our contributor Jeroen Demmendaal back in 2017 when the talented Dutchman had only just started…