If you weren’t aware, it was hot in Indianapolis this past weekend. Temperatures hit the 90s (I know this both from the fourteen thousand times they mentioned it during the race coverage and from working on my COVID-19 Project of rebuilding my screen porch). That was a big concern going into this race. Additionally, there … Continue reading GMR Review: Good, Bad, Ugly,…and the Heat
It was a weekend to remember. We saw the spirit of Indy start in qualifications weekend and end with one of the most perfect drivers becoming the 2019 Indianapolis 500 champion.
Long Beach, a temporary street circuit on the shores of the Pacific Ocean. It’s one of the most celebrated races on the current schedule. Besides being beautifully located on the water, the track offers two strong areas of passing (T1 and T9). Areas of tight turns (the Fountain Turn and T11). As well as a … Continue reading Just Crusin’ (Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach)
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)
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
2018 was the first year that Rahal Letterman Lanigan ran two cars full time with drivers Graham Rahal and Takuma Sato. It feels like there have been growing pains with the additional driver. I never know how to feel about Graham as a driver. It’s like he’s the Cheerios of drivers. He’s generally okay, … Continue reading RLL – What Happened?
Quite honestly, I don’t want to write about another race, I would like to relive the Indianapolis 500 please.
Simply put – this is what we asked for. This is not what we wanted, but what we demanded.
But will Steak-n-Shake still be involved!?