WEXFORD, Pa. (KDKA) - Police are looking for the people responsible for breaking into a luxury auto dealership in Wexford and stealing three vehicles.The GPS and license plates from the Mercedes-Benz that were stolen from Bobby Rahal in Wexford were found in Riverview Park on the North Side. Not long after, detectives found the vehicles and learned their suspects could be tied to several other crimes.Thieves were caught on camera during a luxury car heist. Northern Regional Police Chief John Sicilia said they pried open a rear door at the Bobby Rahal Mercedes-Benz dealership in Wexford Friday morning between 3 and...
Bobby Rahal has been dealing with some serious health issues recently. The former CART driver and owner disclosed to reporter Jenna Fryer Sunday that he had some scares. Doctors told Rahal at a May 5 routine physical that he had suffered a heart attack. Rahal underwent triple bypass surgery on June 6. The 69-year-old attended Sunday’s IndyCar race at Iowa Speedway, marking just the second race he attended since his surgery.
“I, like so many people worldwide, was saddened to learn of Vic Elford's passing earlier this week. Vic, perhaps alone amongst his peers, took on any challenge, from Formula 1 to Can-Am; from sports cars to rallying, from Trans-Am to NASCAR!. "The RRDC had the honor and privilege to award...
Bobby Rahal and Wayne Taylor they've won Daytona’s 24 endurance race as a driver, an owner, and as a father watching their own sons win. Rahal won the race in 1981 driving a Porsche for Garretson Racing and twice in the GTLM class as a co-owner at Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing in 2019 and 2020.
Racing legend Bobby Rahal talks about his love affair with BMW and BMW Motorsport. Rahal takes us back to the beginnings of his racing career and all the way through his first time racing a BMW-powered racing car. He won three championships, including the 1986 Indianapolis 500. Rahal continued as a racing driver until 1998, and in 1992 formed Team Rahal, renamed later to Rahal Letterman Racing after talk show host David Letterman joined as a minority owner.
"All of us at the RRDC are so sad to hear of the passing of our friend, T.E McHale. I first met T.E. when he worked at the Mansfield (Ohio) News Journal, following the racing at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course for many years. His professionalism, knowledge of the sport and integrity in telling the many stories of our sport were unquestioned.
Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on LinkedinShare via EmailShare via Shortlink. Former race car driver and Glen Ellyn native Bobby Rahal sold his 7,000-square-foot mansion in Lincoln Park for just under $4 million. The 68-year-old winner of the 1986 Indianapolis 500 now co-owns the Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing team with...
Bobby Rahal was taken aback by stiff penalties to his team's cars for what IndyCar deemed “improper conduct” during an Indy 500 practice session.