A Long Course, a Long Weekend, and Fans (REV Group Grand Prix Preview)

It has been the strangest four months. There’s been iRacing, and two races without fans. However this weekend the final missing piece - we the fans will be on site for the race. Yes there is still a global pandemic and yes if you will be there PLEASE wear your mask and practice the recommendations … Continue reading A Long Course, a Long Weekend, and Fans (REV Group Grand Prix Preview)

It’s the GMR Grand Prix, but It’s Not May (A Preview)

When preparing for the GMR Grand Prix (formerly the INDYCAR Grand Prix) I get nostalgic for the pre-COVID-19 world. Since the race’s beginnings in 2014, it served as the opening weekend for May. The race provides a State fair like atmosphere with families and friends spread out over mounds among the road course at the … Continue reading It’s the GMR Grand Prix, but It’s Not May (A Preview)

Bump Up the Grip (Texas 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)

I See Race Cars in Texas

I’ve found myself repeating “cars will be on track Saturday” when I wanted to smack my head against my desk this week. I’m sure I’m not the only person who has found this as a mantra. We should have had eight races by now, instead we’ve had nearly twelve-weeks of waiting. There are a lot … Continue reading I See Race Cars in Texas

2020 St. Petersburg Preview

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

INDYCAR 2020 Bringing Changes

There have been no shortages of discussion and changes in the INDYCAR off season. In four short days, when the season officially kicks off with practice at St. Petersburg, it will be a completely different paddock and series then it was when the 2019 season wrapped up at Laguna Seca. There have been changes in … Continue reading INDYCAR 2020 Bringing Changes

S3E54 – A Chat with Team Sweden (CGR’s Felix Rosenqvist and Marcus Ericsson)

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-xv2rs-d58be3 We had a fantastic time with Chip Ganassi Racing's Felix Rosenqvist and Marcus Ericsson (or as we like to call them "Team Sweden") discussing the upcoming 2020 season, reflecting on the 2019 season, and some really fantastic insights into these two drivers. Our big thanks to the guys for joining us. We can't wait … Continue reading S3E54 – A Chat with Team Sweden (CGR’s Felix Rosenqvist and Marcus Ericsson)

S3E52 – Reunited and it feels like May

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-bi6qy-d432da What happens when you're supposed to discuss Open-Wheel Unification but start talking INDYCAR and the Indianapolis 500 and don't stop? This amazing episode! Big thank you to Mike Knapp for joining us to discuss all of the new announcements around this year's Indianapolis 500, and other fun INDYCAR news and opinions. You can find … Continue reading S3E52 – Reunited and it feels like May

Can You Sense It?

These past few months, we’ve been spoiled. True, we’ve not had an INDYCAR race since September 22nd (142 days if you were counting). Instead we’ve had a Silly Season that just won’t quit, and we’ve had the aeroscreen testing wetting our appetite. These past few days have been a tantalizing view of what is to … Continue reading Can You Sense It?