Rahal-Hogan racing team was formed by Bobby Rahal and Carl Hogan in 1992 and competed as Rahal-Hogan until 1995. In 1996, Rahal and Hogan split and Hogan formed Hogan Racing and Rahal led Team Rahal. Bobby launched two-car Reynard – Ford stable partnering with Bryan Herta, the duo Rahal – Herta raced for Team Rahal in 1996 – 1998. Herta’s car was sponsored traditionally by Shell, while Rahal raced with the blue-white livery of Miller Lite beer. In the 1998 CART season Herta scored two 3rd place finishes and finally won at Laguna Seca, his favorite Indycar venue. He finished the season 8th with 97 points. Bobby Rahal’s best finish was 3rd at Mid Ohio, and he was 10th in the championship with 82 points.
|1998||CART FedEx Championship|
|Bobby Rahal||7||Team Rahal|
|Reynard 98I||Ford||Miller Lite|