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)
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
#ThisIsMay a month of excitement. A month of speed. A month to be remembered.