Hopefully the news has settled in, and everyone has come to some sort of acceptance that May of 2020 won’t be the May we’ve come to know and love. In fact, everything around INDYCAR this year was thrown into upheaval. Races have been canceled or moved. We’re ending the season in St. Petersburg after we tried … Continue reading The Times the Indy 500 Was Canceled and Three Rain Moves
It seems harder now, looking back, to say that this particular announcement was the most shocking one in the 2019/2020 INDYCAR Silly Season. While many of us had hope that Arrow McLaren SP switching from Honda to Chevrolet engines would mean James Hinchcliffe would have a ride, deep down everyone knew it was a long … Continue reading Hinch On Track and Off Track (You’re Welcome for the Pun)
What do we know? What have we learned? What does it mean!?
I’m weirdly nostalgic when it comes to the end of the year. I think I weight the new year more heavily than I do a birthday. Perhaps something about the planet as a whole doing a full revolution together, or my birthday was always right at the start of school and so it wasn’t fun. … Continue reading 2019 – What a Year
Listen HERE Warm Up the Tires News Woman of the week - Robyn Gordon (16:40) Toronto Race Preview (19:45) Shit We Didn't Make Up: All-American Girl Racing (56:25) News Just a little bit of INDYCAR news. First we’re excited that Sage Karem will be driving for Carlin Racing in Toronto. It’s a pretty sweet livery and … Continue reading S3E21 – It Depends
The 1992 Indianapolis 500 holds as one of my earliest memories of listening to the race on the radio while my father filled out the grid on the back page of the Indianapolis Star. That year there was but one woman in the race, and as a staunch girl-power third-grader I was cheering for Lyn … Continue reading The First for Me (Lyn St. James)
It's hard to describe Fisher's career except with the word: expansive.
May doesn't disappoint. Neither does Indianapolis Motor Speedway. It was a May of winners, losers, and things to remember. Winners The obvious winner of May is Simon Pagenaud. If Will Power swept last year’s May, Simon swept and mopped the month! Starting with the INDYCAR Grand Prix, Simon put on a fantastic show the final … Continue reading May Doesn’t Disappoint
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.
In Speedway Indiana, you either grow up loving car races or you hate it. There is no in between. I spent some formative years of my childhood in the city of speed. I have strong memories of watching balloons float into the sky from the front yard. I recall sitting on metal benches and eating … Continue reading This Girl’s Guide to the Indy 500 – 2019