Mueller: News and Notes from Today in IndyCar

The following is directly taken from the IndyCar Media website.  Reigning Indianapolis 500 winner Tony Kanaan has been immersed in the Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course reconfiguration project since its inception seven months ago, and even maintains a Downtown Indianapolis apartment for his frequent visits. But ahead of the Verizon IndyCar Series Open Test on … Continue reading Mueller: News and Notes from Today in IndyCar

Mueller: News and Notes From Refresher Test Tuesday at Indy

INDIANAPOLIS (Tuesday, April 29, 2014) – “Go out and have fun,” Andretti Autosport engineer Craig Hampson told Kurt Busch as he headed out on another run around the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The former NASCAR champion heeded the advice on the 2.5-mile oval during a refresher program arranged in conjunction with his schedule that will get … Continue reading Mueller: News and Notes From Refresher Test Tuesday at Indy

Feature: April Fab 5

Topic 1:IndyCar race control has said that they will not be issuing as many penalties this season and will allow drivers to handle racing issues. We saw this on display at Long Beach. What do you think of this approach and will it cause drivers to retaliate against each other? TonyD: Let em have it! … Continue reading Feature: April Fab 5

Mueller: Barber Preview

Two weeks ago in Long Beach, the Andretti Autosport Honda’s of Ryan Hunter-Reay and James Hinchcliffe dominated until about 25 laps to go when they both crashed out along with then leader Josef Newgarden of Sarah Fisher Hartman Racing. This crash blocked the whole track in turn 4/5 which took out many cars such as … Continue reading Mueller: Barber Preview