We as fans received the opportunity to watch INDYCAR in person. We got a weekend with two completely different races at the same racetrack. Worldwide Technology Raceway Park asked us to socially distance and to wear masks. I’ll say that as far as compliance goes, it was great. I’d put it at only 5% of … Continue reading A Tale of Two Races (Bommarito 500 Review)
Well if we thought everything had changed before the AMR Grand Prix last weekend, this weekend proved once again the only constant in INDYCAR is change. This was, as far as anyone can remember, the first double-header at Road America. The weekend included two days of the Road to Indy, and two days of INDYCAR, … Continue reading A Tale of Two Races and One Weekend (REV Group Grand Prix 2020 Review)
If you weren’t aware, it was hot in Indianapolis this past weekend. Temperatures hit the 90s (I know this both from the fourteen thousand times they mentioned it during the race coverage and from working on my COVID-19 Project of rebuilding my screen porch). That was a big concern going into this race. Additionally, there … Continue reading GMR Review: Good, Bad, Ugly,…and the Heat
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)
Listen HERE Warm Up the Tires News and Discussion Le Mans – 30:50 Shit We Didn’t Make Up: Licensure for Drivers – 36:52 Women of the Week: Ladies in 2019 Le Mans – 48:25 Rev Group Grand Prix Preview – 52:04 News and Discussion Our first non-race recap since before May and we run down some of the … Continue reading S3E18 – Campsite Diplomacy, Le Mans, and Cheese
A great race capping off a great weekend of both on and off track activity.
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
Listen Here We’re joined by Twitter all-star @FauxWillPower (he also reveals another twitter account he runs…if you listen closely). It’s the State of the Series episode so we run down every driver in the paddock giving our opinions on them, their future, and the teams they’re on. Following drivers, we all say what track we’re … Continue reading S2E57 – State of the Series 2019
I think Rosenqvist may challenge Dixon.
Feels at times like you shouldn’t be privy to what you’re seeing, and yet you are.