Well if we thought everything had changed before the AMR Grand Prix last weekend, this weekend proved once again the only constant in INDYCAR is change. This was, as far as anyone can remember, the first double-header at Road America. The weekend included two days of the Road to Indy, and two days of INDYCAR, … Continue reading A Tale of Two Races and One Weekend (REV Group Grand Prix 2020 Review)
Moment of honesty? I spent practice, qualification, and the race texting with Abby and Juliana (our driver analyst). We were all nervous going into the race. Texas Motor Speedway is not for the faint of heart, and there was one practice before qualifications and then right into the race. I’m pleased the nagging dread we … Continue reading Bump Up the Grip (Texas Review)
Unlike last blog, I am now certain when the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg is - turns out I need a vacation a lot more than I realized. The Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg. It’s opportunity. It’s a fresh start. It’s the one time no one can make fun of how the last … Continue reading 2020 St. Petersburg Preview
#ThisIsMay a month of excitement. A month of speed. A month to be remembered.
We’ve had four races, numerous controversies, and a fan base that is already stirred up. Yes. The 2019 INDYCAR Season is already on the move. Looking at the season, back in March (which you can read HERE), I had five things I was excited about. We’re not yet halfway through the season, and yes I’m … Continue reading 2019 – Incredible INDYCAR Season So Far
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.
Listen Here We’re joined by Twitter all-star @FauxWillPower (he also reveals another twitter account he runs…if you listen closely). It’s the State of the Series episode so we run down every driver in the paddock giving our opinions on them, their future, and the teams they’re on. Following drivers, we all say what track we’re … Continue reading S2E57 – State of the Series 2019
I think Rosenqvist may challenge Dixon.
2018 is over. Good-bye. Hello 2019. The racing season is approaching. By the end of this month I’ll be at a racetrack in Florida watching cars for twenty-four straight hours. I’m ready for this season to start; there are so many things to get excited about.