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 am excited there is racing. Well…”racing” because it’s not the same atmosphere as being at a live event, and not the same atmosphere as even watching it on television. Some of that may be due to social distancing (tend to watch races I’m not at in a group), but I think a lot of … Continue reading iRacing Watkins Glen
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.
Track activity - but in the sky! #SmokeOn
Overall amazing - but still some growing pains.
That is what IndyCar racing will look like as teams and drivers continue to get more comfortable with this car.