I cannot even begin to write about the Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama without thinking “last year was weird”. The Grand-Pee (which I will never find not-funny) got red flagged over a spring storm, only to resume twenty-four hours later. It’s a beautiful facility and 2019 is my first year at the facility. Fourteen … Continue reading Trees and Gravel (Honda Indy Grand Prix)
At the end of the day – the weekend belongs to young Colton Herta. The rookie took the race. He made a climb through the field, battling with the more senior drivers.
Listen Here Joined by the St. Petersburg travelling contingent of the Pain Tour we breakdown the 2019 Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg. Topics Include RHR’s engine abuse, Bourdais’ amazing pull off was due to knowing St. Pete streets, and A.J. Foyt Racing. We also end by discussing what this race means as we look … Continue reading S3E2 – Race Report: Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg
The race started with twenty-four cars. That right there is an amazing statistic and speaks towards the growth of the sport. The race ended with eighteen cars still running, and eleven on the lead lap.
Track activity - but in the sky! #SmokeOn
Someone’s winning a race, someone is winning a championship - I hope it’s the same person!
#KeepINDYCARWeird (we’re all here for our sport)
Overall amazing - but still some growing pains.
If you drive from Indianapolis, Indiana to Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin, you either drive through Chicago or you spend hours and hours on back roads. We left with plenty of time on Thursday, leaving Indianapolis at approximately 12:45pm, which meant we would arrive in the Chicago traffic zone sometime around 2pm (their time). As soon as … Continue reading Kohler Grand Prix: Worth the Traffic