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!?
It’s been a pretty traumatic silly season. We’ve had teams completely reform, dropping their flagship drivers. It is a similar refrain of each silly season: good drivers don’t have rides and any deal made can be crumpled up and thrown away. It was over a year ago that James Hinchcliffe made the very unexpected public … Continue reading Unionization – A Primer and Players
Listen Here News It’s been quite the season for announcements, and we’ve not even hit two-months since the season ended! Some news we’d been hoping for finally has came through - Meyer Shank Racing will be entering the 2020 INDYCAR season as a full-time team. They committed to 2020 and 2021 for the full season. … Continue reading S3E39 – Full Timers and INDYCAR Moms
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
A great race capping off a great weekend of both on and off track activity.
It’s hard to write about another race while in the midst of Indy-pression (though, this year I’m not as depressed because I’m looking forward to a lot more races in person). But unlike the drivers, I too can’t take a weekend off and so onward to the Motor City, the Dual in Detroit, Penske’s Playground, … Continue reading Detroit – Land of Rock n’ Surprises (Detroit Grand Prix 2019)