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Double-Fried (Genesys 300 and XPEL 375 Preview)

Deep in the heart of Texas (do Texans consider Dallas/Ft. Worth the heart of Texas) is Texas Motor Speedway. A 1.5 mile oval with twenty-degree banking on Turns 1 and 2 and twenty-four-degree banking on Turns 3 and 4. In 2018 the race (DXC Technology 600 at that time) showed that with the new aero … Continue reading Double-Fried (Genesys 300 and XPEL 375 Preview)

Drive Like It’s Stolen (2021 St. Pete Review)

Two years in a row now, St. Petersburg has not disappointed. Admittedly the best way to kick off any NTT INDYCAR Series is in sunny Florida, but even servicing as the second race on the series calendar: it keeps the excitement level high. Similar to last year, it also left us with some head scratchers. … Continue reading Drive Like It’s Stolen (2021 St. Pete Review)

S4E47 – A Chat with Jason Rittenberry (Music City Grand Prix)

Jason Rittenberry is the COO of the Music City Grand Prix, the newest street race happening in Nashville August 8th. The race is all ready hyping us up, the track uses the Korean War Veterans Memorial Bridge and they are anticipating high speeds in 200 mph.  The race was officially announced in September of 2020 … Continue reading S4E47 – A Chat with Jason Rittenberry (Music City Grand Prix)

An INDYCAR Silly Season Primer

The 2020/2021 Silly Season started before the checkered flag dropped on the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg. It started back with announcement that Zach Veach would no longer be driving for Andretti Autosport. However, tradition calls for me to not even start worrying about the Silly Season until the season is over. For those … Continue reading An INDYCAR Silly Season Primer

How iRacing Saved INDYCAR, and Their One Mistake

By the time my plane touched down in St. Petersburg on March 12, 2020, nearly every major sporting organization had pushed or canceled their season. INDYCAR had yet to announce any changes to the Firestone Grand Prix being held that weekend. It was hopeless optimism that pushed us through the evening, those of us who … Continue reading How iRacing Saved INDYCAR, and Their One Mistake