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)
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)
#ThisIsMay a month of excitement. A month of speed. A month to be remembered.
We’ve had four races, numerous controversies, and a fan base that is already stirred up. Yes. The 2019 INDYCAR Season is already on the move. Looking at the season, back in March (which you can read HERE), I had five things I was excited about. We’re not yet halfway through the season, and yes I’m … Continue reading 2019 – Incredible INDYCAR Season So Far
At the end of the day – the weekend belongs to young Colton Herta. The rookie took the race. He made a climb through the field, battling with the more senior drivers.
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.
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
There is perfect. Then there is “Penske Perfect”.
Some had good seasons. Some had bad seasons. Some were Rossi and Dixon.