HVM Racing is a team of the IndyCar Series, now part Keith Wiggins.
The team was founded in 1982 as Bettenhausen Motorsports Tony Bettenhausen Jr.. When he was killed in a plane crash in early 2000, co-owner Keith Wiggins took over the team, which now as Herdez Competition, named after the Mexican sponsor, was driving. After the 2005 season ended that relationship, so that the team was now called HVW Racing. In the course of this season was at times Cedric the Entertainer co-owner of the team, which led to the name HVM Racing CTE. For the 2007 season, the former Minardi team boss Paul Stoddart bought into the team and the whole was Minardi Team USA called. During this time, two races were of the top drivers Robert Doornbos won and scored a further six podium finishes. The second driver Dan Clarke, however, had rather bad luck, a second place was his best result.
After the end of the Champ Car series, Wiggins and Stoddart parted again, so the team now travels with only one car, driven by Simona de Silvestro in the IndyCar Series. Only at Champ - bye in Long Beach it was once again under the name Minardi at the start; here also drove two cars with Roberto Moreno and Nelson Philippe.